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Ultraviolet Voodoo

by Radius Funk

Ultraviolet Voodoo is a mysterious combination of Rock riffs, Funk feel and Jazz writing with deep melodic and harmonic structure. It will appeal to very smart, creative people with multiple interests and influences. Each song mixes genres inside itself.
Genre: Rock: Funk Rock
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1. Booze Mop
3:39 album only
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2. Mystic Train
4:58 album only
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3. Ultraviolet Voodoo
4:28 album only
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4. Hula Girl
3:12 album only
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5. Luck of the Night
5:48 album only
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6. Distant Shores
3:49 album only
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7. Bliss Rider
4:16 album only
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8. Suspended Animation
5:00 album only
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9. Groove Monkey
4:08 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Our goal with this second album was to double down on the diversity of beats and key signatures; almost every song has two or three different types of drum beats; different types of time signatures, key changes and they’re all in different keys. We wanted that so that there is a reason to listen to the whole album and that overall impact would somehow make sense at some very high level of abstraction.

Not having a vocalist creates certain opportunities and constraints. Memorable hooks would be much easier with vocals, because we remember sung melodies and the lyrics much easier than instrumental melodies. We tried to create several separate but interesting melodic passages in each song. Some are traditional, some are really abstract.

Additionally we tried to really make the feel of the choruses and the bridges in the song structure different than the starting and ending parts of the song. We wanted to explore "abstraction spaces" that don’t really sound like they’re in a key and don’t really sound like they’re from a specific genre you will hear that especially in the song "Mystic Train" where there this is bridge and outro sections that are abstract. Very spacey. Literally and figuratively. Follow the Radius from our first album "Cinematic".

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