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Idol Instrumental

by Sharron-Idol

Awesome tracks minus lyrics = awesome instrumentals: Great backing tracks taken from previous songs by this artist that make easy listening, from reggae to rock - with something new thrown in for good measure.
Genre: Easy Listening: Instrumental Pop
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1. Rain Spell Reggae (Instrumental)
14:39 album only
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2. At the Fair (Instrumental)
4:14 $0.99
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3. News Brony (Instrumental)
4:28 album only
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4. Aria (Instrumental)
3:34 $0.99
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5. Facebook Games (Instrumental)
3:53 $0.99
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6. Candle for Christmas (Instrumental)
4:24 $0.99
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7. Iworship@the_altar_of_sound (Instrumental)
5:29 album only
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8. Why Don't You..? (Instrumental)
5:38 $0.99
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9. Wrath of Thor (Instrumental)
5:31 $0.99
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10. Twenty-Teen-Queen (Instrumental)
5:53 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Idol Instrumental - release Notes
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Strangely, having recorded and submitted this album for publication, I began to look upon it as a sleep-maker with built-in alarm clock for light-sleepers: The pleasing light melodies and rhythms at the front-end of the album give way, as the tracks are played consecutively, to a rather raucous banging beat; particularly in the case of the last two tracks. Please don't count on it though: Don't rely on it to wake you from any imposed sleep. - If you set the bass frequencies on your graphic equaliser to a high-intensity however you may well be awoken by significant vibrations which may also dislodge items from shelves too if the speakers are powerful enough.

Let's take a look at the tracks included on this album, and some of their history in lyricised form: -

1 Rain Spell Reggae (Instrumental)

This first track was originally published as track#11 on my album *On With the Show - The Album*. It was published as an environmentalist-type new-age-y, new wave-y track; about Planet Earth and her sorrow at the activities of her resident Humans living on her crust. There wasn't any reggae at all in the original release, but there was in the original pre-published composition, mixed with effects and electronica. I threw out the reggae and published only the long intro, complete with the lyrics that I wrote for it.

When I found the recording of the original composition of nearly 16 minutes I realised that I liked it better in its entirety; so I've finally released it as a whole piece for your enjoyment in this first track. As on the original it starts off rather quietly and builds by way of announcements to a rhythm - which suddenly breaks into a reggae beat later on. It's relaxing in instrumental form, you might say repetitive over the rather extended time-frame encompassed by the piece; but listen for the subtle addition of sounds and instruments over time.
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2 At the Fair (Instrumental)

Originally track#6 from my initial album from 2013, *On With the Show - The Album*. The lyrics, now removed, tell of the loneliness encountered when visiting a fairground after a separation, and then a reconciliation after a chance meeting at a nearby spot.

The tune, as you may expect from a track with such a title, says "fairground" all the way through; but later on you might notice the interjection to the harmonics of some bars from my songs *Hometown* and *Deejay (Remix)* - Both of which are on the same album.

The track ends with a low-fidelity recording of an original fairground barrel-organ, just to enhance the effect.

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At this point I feel that I should mention that I wrote all the notes for the next three tracks but didn't save them. ( -Plonker!- ) - So that means I'll have to write them all again, and I hope that I can do as well second time as I did first time.

Here we go...

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3 News Brony (Instrumental)

During 2014 I was privileged to be a guest on the NewsGuy Show on spreaker.com no less than 3 times. Later that year I was listening to a particular instalment which was rather humorous. I realised that I could chop the piece up into soundbytes and add it to music to create a rather titillating compilation. The music I created was rather good; so herein I've stripped the soundbytes and only the relaxing tune remains.

This recording in its original form including the lyrics was never released professionally but was linked to from my website.

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4 Aria (Instrumental)

Towards the latter part of 2013 I discovered a brand new talent from Australia by the name of Aria Taylor. She had just released her first single *Friday Feeling*. On listening to it I was quite surprised at the similarity in sounding to Kesha's recordings. When I subsequently learned that this talented artist was in fact still at school and creating music in her spare time I was even more surprised!

I befriended Aria Taylor and her producer father on Facebook; and I have to say I was so in awe of this young lady's talent that I created the song *Aria* as a tribute to her and in honour of her career.

I originally released this number with lyrics as track#1 on my mini-album *Tributes* in September of 2014. The tune itself was written and composed in April 2014 and recording including lyrics was completed in May of that year; at which point the finished item was sent to and listened to by Aria Taylor herself for her approval. She loved it.

With the lyrics missing it's not quite the same, although I have left the vocal intro and outtro in for good measure.

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5 Facebook Games (Instrumental)

Facebook Games are one of my pet hates, and I think it's fair to say that I detest them as much or more than Jeremy Clarkson hates the environment. - As such I had no choice as a singer/songwriter but to write a song about it.

Originally published with lyrics on my October 2014 EP *Divine Social*, this tune - in keeping with its theme - has smatterings of early Atari-sounding notes in a multiple-beat which is procured with subtlety.

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6 Candle for Christmas (Instrumental)

If you bought my Christmas 2014 EP *Light Up A Candle For Christmas* you'll be aware that a very similar instrumental version of this number is included on said EP. - However this is for those who didn't buy the EP and haven't heard it.

The tune all by itself without the lyrics in all honesty doesn't sound all that "Christmassy" to me; which is possibly a good thing for the sake of this album. - I' intending for this to be listened to at any point all year round, not just at Christmas.

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7 Iworship@the_altar_of_sound (Instrumental)

If you're a huge fan of me and have bought/listened to all my previous music then on hearing this number you'll become confused and say "I don't remember that tune.".

- And you would, in fact, be totally correct: This never-before-heard instrumental tune is created especially for this album. That's all I'm saying on that note. Enjoy

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8 Why Don't You..? (Instrumental)

*Why Don't You..?* was one of my early singles from September 2013. The following year I released a remix of the number on my album *I'm A Person, Not A Genre'* This instrumental is a cut-down music-only version of the remix.

A clubland-themed recording; I'd expected it to chart at around No #30 when it was originally released; but due to poor promotion and lack of resources for that purpose that unfortunately never happened.

The stripped-out lyrical content was a lament by a jilted lover to her ex-partner, who had treated her diabolically.

Due to the extremely lax promotion at the time the single-version never really even sold, although the remix on the album has generated more interest.

You may notice during the playing interspersions of the tune of my early singles *Hometown* and *Deejay (Remix)*. This isn't a speciality on this particular track only; it occurs in both the lyricised album remix and the single-version too.

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9 Wrath of Thor (Instrumental)

This number with lyrics was originally written with the group Inkubus Sukkubus in mind, actually in the hope that they'd use it. I never even offered it to them in the end. The original was a rock-ballad which was never released. The track released, the music of which appears on this album, was rewritten musically to incorporate a touch of DnB electric guitar fused with DnB beat along with a punk-rock rhythm. This is another example of my created genre that I call "Glam-Rock".

Littered throughout with the sounds of multiple wailing electric guitars playing chords in A flat, C, and C sharp; this Gothic fusion of rock and DnB is sure to set the ears of connoisseurs alight.

The lyricised version was released on my October 2014 EP *Divine Social* as track #1, along with others such as *Facebook Games* - which also appears in instrumental form on this album, and *Twitter*, which doesn't.

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10 Twenty-Teen-Queen (Instrumental)

This is another track in the glam punk genre'. - Twenty-Teen-Queen was first released on my September 2014 mini-album *Tributes*, and was written and composed as a tribute to Becky Hill. - Another totally awesome artist and who's career I've been following since her appearance on BBCs The Voice (UK) 2012.

Again incorporating screaming electric guitar riffs in A and C sharp, the long intro breaks into a sound akin to the 1970s glam rock sound.

Overlaid chords fill the air as the wailing guitars excrete a multitudinous symposium of sound; culminating in a single A and then breaking into a raucous outtro where the band basically take over the act.

That tune rounds off this over-55-minute-long 10-track album of instrumental elegance. I hope you've enjoyed the instrumental vibrations and variations of Sharron-Idol. Thank you for listening. :)

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