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Scarletta

by Scarletta

Female-fronted hook-laden guitar-driven rock, think Garbage meets Rush.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. The Boys Club
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2. Say Another Prayer
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3. Might Have Seen
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4. Watching Over Me
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5. Superstar
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6. Lullaby
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7. Believe In You
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8. Smoke & Mirrors
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9. Premonition
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10. You Should Be Mine
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Album Notes
Find three past Scarletta cd's for sale at http://www.ScarlettaRocks.com

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SCARLETTA REVIEWS *additional reviews at our website

"SCARLETTA - a band from Seattle, self titled album (their web site is www.scarlettarocks.com):
Ok, I really liked what i heard from this band. I played the clips on their web site and it is definately on my list of what to buy. It sort of reminds me of - well - that is the problem - it is sort of original and that is what i like in a band. It has female vocals and lots of guitars - but there is spirit and passion here and the songs address everything from deep feelings to pop sentiment. The lead singer sounds like PJ Harvey or Pat Benitar sometimes, Gwen Stefani - but the music is definately indie rock - with bits of electronic, bursts of guitar and sometimes just jammin. I am adding it to my wish list." Rated: 4.5 stars --Dabby, Feb05
www.RateYourMusic.com

"Check out this rockin American band...I saw their site on CD Baby (where you can hear the tracks) and it rocks. The music has hard guitars and the lead girl singer reminds me of ...um? i don't know - but she can belt it out and can ACTUALLY sing. I was not bored. Good tunes. Fav track 'Might Have Seen'. Interesting new stuff. They are an alternative rock band and sound like i've heard them before on the radio." Rated: 5 stars --horse, Oct04
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"The first thing that came to my mind when I put this cd on was this was the kind of really cool band that was on some movie that sucked but you were like I have to get this bands cd they're amazing. That's meant as a compliment as I was blown away by the vocals and musically ability of the band. This is an amazing cd where every song is different that will apeal to many people of diverse backgrounds and ages. There was something vagely familiar about the sound but I couldn't place it. As I was listening to the cd five different people walked in and were like "what's that it's really good!" I love the energy in "Watching Over Me". This cd has what it takes to make listeners want to get up and do something which I assume serves them well live. My favorite track is probably "Smoke and Mirrors". This is the fifth release for Scarletta (formerly Electra) and I can't wait to hear more. If every band put the effort and care into their work as this band seems to, Seattle would be back on top." --Elizabeth Benavidez, Oct04
www.ArtsyNoise.com

"This band was formerly known as Electra and then underwent a name change to Scarletta. They come out of Seattle. I like this CD. I like the moody lyrics and the passionate singing. The musicianship on this CD is very good. I can't really think of one song on here that I don't enjoy listening to. Nice to see another female fronted band rocking out there." --Dec04
www.RockNetWebzine.com

"I absolutely love that CD." --Angela Monger, editor, Dec04
www.RockNetWebzine.com

"Scarletta is the band formally known as Electra, now recording their fifth album under the new name. Yes, like the band's press releases state, it does rock, but what is probably most outstanding is the first track. Not because it's first, but because Scarletta's seems the most in sync on it. "The Boys Club" is Scarletta at its best. Strong lead vocals and intense electric guitar. Other tracks like "You Should Be Mine" stand out but "The Boys Club" is a track that can easily appear on any soundtrack." --Maria Spanadoris, Nov04
www.TheCelebrityCafe.com

"Scarletta DOES rock! ***** FIVE STARS:
Really liked the music...i listened first on CD Baby and then on their web site (www.scarlettarocks.com). Some good well crafted tunes from yet another talented Seattle band. Keep up the good work! Fresh sounding agressive indie rock." --Jonas W. (USA), Oct04
www.Amazon.com

"I liked this band because they don't sound like everyone else. Their music is attention getting and the combinations fascinating. It is well produced. I give it a great rating." --Andreas, Oct04
www.Indie-Music.com

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SCARLETTA BIOGRAPHY *additional info at our website

Scarletta will rock and mesmerize you with moody, passionate lyrics and melodies. Out of Seattle, Scarletta are a tight-knit group of musicians who have developed their finely tuned alternative rock sound over the last six years. Until 2004, Scarletta was named "Electra". By virtue of the band's hooking and provocative songwriting, the female-fronted quartet offers a collage of musical styles with aggressive rock to heavy and dark ballads to unashamed pop.

Scarletta released a new album with their strongest songs yet October, 2004. The CD "Scarletta" is the group's fifth self-production, including four under the former band name.

Originally formed as a songwriting duo in 1996, Corinne Balisky (vocals, lyrics) and Scott Piteo (guitar, synths) recorded their first CD in 1998 and then decided they wanted to turn the project into a full-blown band. Jon Caples (drums) and Curt Udy (bass guitar) were soon enlisted, and the group began performing live in 2000. The band officially became Scarletta in April 2004, after they thought up a band name they found to be unique around the world.

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Cherie Everson

I like your sound!
Nice to hear a rock band with a girl who can sing! I like the music - it is intense - and keeps you interested!
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musiczine pilgrim

let's hear more from this cool Seattle band...like the variety, the sound, the v
Great sounding clips from some music masters that deserve to be heard. It is a little gem on the map of new CD's and bands that should be on the indie scene radio alot more. Like your stuff guys. Great work.
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Jake

cool music, liked the tracks, you guys rock
liked this vibe cuz it is different and like the female vocals. they kick ass. the sound is stormy rock and roll with lightening.
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