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Fear For Sale

by Ross

Soul folk alt-art-rock reflections of a U.S. Air Force Officer in the midst of the war in Iraq. The new America. The new World. The new War.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. The Department of Moonland FEAR
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2. Sunday
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3. ...floating...
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4. Sunny's Chance
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5. Coming Back
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6. Do you Realize?
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7. A New Device
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8. Why I Try to Fly High
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9. Landing
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10. My Own World
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11. .... -- Epilouge -- Wheel
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Album Notes
Fear for Sale. While deployed to the Southwest Asia Area of Operations as an officer serving in the US Military during the height of Iraq War II in 2003, Ross wrote and recorded these songs to capture the feelings and emotions of all of life’s experiences regarding the war. The new world age… the threat of terrorism… freedom verses security… love and fear… hope and death… the media bringing the war into the home of each and every economically-sound world citizen via television -- the humanity and reaction of war is captured on this disc… There is no greater music or art than that from experience. This is Ross’s story of Love and Fear.

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