Red Ed and the Undead | Forgotten Song

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Forgotten Song

by Red Ed and the Undead

A gleeful amalgamation of the rock/pop acts that so inspired us to pick up instruments and make new songs.
Genre: Pop: Britpop
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Misplaced Compassion
4:51 album only
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2. Forgotten Song
4:00 album only
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3. Believing in Love
4:13 album only
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4. Is It Enough
6:18 album only
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5. Computer, Computer
3:36 album only
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6. Tony Please
3:36 album only
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7. 451
4:59 album only
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8. Amy
5:24 album only
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9. Chameleon Phenomenon
4:27 album only
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10. I'm Not
4:34 album only
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11. You Saw You
4:30 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Red Ed and the Undead return with their second CD "Forgotten Song".

Seeking to outdo their self-titled debut CD, this album represents growth and evolution in their style and creative process. Forgotten Song features elaborate vocal harmonies, melodic guitar driven pop elements and lyrics that range from playful to darkly introspective.

Red Ed and the Undead is the pop/rock brainchild of composer/front-man Ed Able. Ed is assisted this go round by:

Bill Reed; bass and guitar
Austin Andrews; drums
Steve Gouette; guitar, photography
Steve Marchena; guitar
George Dussault; guitar, organ, vocals and mastering
Bryan Mack; art design and production

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