Red Blemish | 87a

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87a

by Red Blemish

At the behest of fans, this project is the live sound of the band doing some of their "more commercial, less busy" material including but not limited to such popular combinations as the "Three Piece Power Trio," and the "Two Drummer Band."
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Built With Seeds
4:01 album only
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2. Spots B 4 i's
3:58 album only
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3. Empathico
3:58 album only
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4. J Phonic
4:37 album only
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5. 87a
3:59 album only
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6. Human ID
3:20 album only
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7. Feeling Strange
2:56 album only
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8. Missal
3:43 album only
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9. Nerd Gs
4:03 album only
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10. What Were You Saying?
2:16 album only
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11. .The Answer
5:03 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The following data was extracted (at great cost) from a member of the band...............:

BLUE is originally from North Carolina and has lived and played in New York, Minnesota, Florida, Georgia, Washington, California, Texas, New Mexico and Oregon.

Blues' first instrument was the trumpet and from there he moved on to the guitar, keys and anything else he could get his hands on.

His forte is in developing some of the craziest fills and solos ever perpetrated on the record buying public and never missing a party.

Blue has made Portland, Oregon his home base for the past several years and can be occasionally found filling in with bands on the west coast.

His current work with the Red Blemish band can be heard on the projects "Something Wrong Somewhere," "Stress Relief" and "Red's Xmas, all released in 2001 and on the current 2002 release, "87a."


GREEN's bio, based on a true story, will fill your hearts and souls with wet warm understanding and the need to know more.

Of how he was forced to practice the guitar and made to listen to accordian music will move you to a new understanding of the triumph of the human spirit and how people can overcome any odds to obtain justice and membership in a commercial band. (Well, a somewhat commercial band.)

You will be made angry when discovering Green's relatives forced him to play the tambourine and sing harmony in his families traveling Broadway show.

You will shout with joy when you learn how Green broke free of his bonds, tied up his family and forced them to listen to sight read Metallica solo's.

Green's story is an inspiration to us all and will be hailed as the musical success story of the century.

For more data about the aphoristic Red Blemish anomaly please visit their web site at http://www.redblemish.com.

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** Red Blemish and his agents deny any responsibility for
the accuracy of this information. **


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