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The Red Album

by Silence

Rock and roll with strong vocal harmonies and catchy hooks.
Genre: Rock: 80's Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Sign Of A Time
2:40 album only
2. Sad Eyes
4:35 album only
3. M.S.O.M.
3:26 album only
4. Believe
3:43 album only
5. Outta Smokes
4:02 album only
6. Let It Love
3:53 album only
7. Life Goes On
6:29 album only
8. Crazy Little Thing Called Love
7:11 album only


Album Notes
Hard Rock never died, it was just brewing in Denver, Co.! Silence formed in 1990, and have been building a strong fan base in their home state, as well as throughout the Midwest. Robert Case, the bands manager and mentor, has cleverly marketed the band with in-store performances in the Media Play stores in Colorado. When you listen to 'Sad Eyes," imagine the acoustic rock of Alice in Chains and the funk/blues of Blues Traveler.

Virtually Alternative Magazine.


Totallyadult, July 11th., 1997, Issue # 11:

Together since 1990, Denver's Silence has established a strong foothold up and down the front range of the Rockies, playing the club circuit regularly, tying in with several local and regional retail outlets, and by garnering some local radio airplay.. in 1993, they released their first CD, which not only gathered interest from a few major labels, it also got their name out there to move them up to a new level of touring; the following year saw the quartet showcase at the RMMA Music fest in Denver, the New Music Seminar in New York City and the Philadelphia Music Conference. Since that time, Silence's sound has gone through an evolution that has taken their music in a more acoustic and melodic direction. Rather than counting on brash production and tons of guitar tracks, they've melded their sound down to an essence that's ripe for Adult Rock Radio to embrace.

Music Connection, July 7-July 20, 1997:

Utilizing hard rock textures from the Eighties, and repackaging them in a softer, more contemporary, largely acoustic-based style, Silence will please those older hard rock fans, although it remains to be seen whether they can find acceptance in the youth market of today. Interesting sound, especially on the Skynard-ish "Outta Smokes," but, overall, if success is really supposed to be about the songs, Silence is not always golden." - Steven P. Wheeler


The 40th. Annual Grammy Entry List:

1) General Field; Category 4-Best New Artist, Listing #390, 1998.

2) General Field; Category 2-Album of the Year, Listing #470, 1998.

3) Field 3- Rock; Category 20-Best Rock Album, Listing #122, 1998.


Produced by Robert A. Case and Steve Avedis.

Recorded at FTM Studios, Denver, Colorado

Contact Robert A. Case at:
New Pants Entertainment, Inc.
102 East Pikes Peak, Suite 200
Colorado Springs, 80903
e-mail: RAC@crlr.net

Silence is a registered trademark. All rights reserved.



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