Eric Slater | Redemption and Disorder (Limited Edition)

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Redemption and Disorder (Limited Edition)

by Eric Slater

Redemption and Disorder (Limited Edition) is the original, extended version of the eclectic follow-up to Eric's debut LP On the Edge of Something More. Now available in hard copy only. It contains 3 extra songs and different versions of others.
Genre: Rock: Adult Contemporary
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Same in the Heart
3:14 album only
2. This Little Box
4:33 album only
3. Standing On the Corner of Redemption and Disorder
3:38 album only
4. Shadow in a Thought
6:27 album only
5. It Makes No Difference
4:42 album only
6. Troubled Man
1:59 album only
7. Can't Stop the Days...
5:15 album only
8. Oh Erin
3:24 album only
9. We've Already Parted
3:49 album only
10. Faded Trails
4:43 album only


Album Notes

In November 2005, Eric released his debut solo LP On the Edge of Something More. Rather than exhaust the newly released songs, in Eric’s words, “I was inspired and didn't want to stop writing and recording.” So in the summer of 2006, Slater entered the studio again with legendary engineer Dave Ahlert to begin recording what would become his new 2007 follow-up release Redemption and Disorder. The sessions took place in a house in Hollywood Hills, owned and inhabited by the Aykroyd family of SNL and Ghostbusters fame.

Redemption and Disorder reiterates the thought-provoking themes of Slater’s lyrical style but also encompasses an eclecticism unexplored in his previous work. This in part was achieved by bringing in a number of guest musicians to play on some these songs with him. “I've always enjoyed bands and albums created by bands, and played in bands myself for a long time before doing anything solo. With the first solo album I played everything you hear on the record, except for the drums on one of the tunes. By the time I started recording (Redemption...) I hadn't put a band together yet, but I wanted some of the songs to have a band feel. So I invited more musicians play on this one.” As with On the Edge of Something More, Slater produced the ten-track compilation and played many of the instruments on it as well.



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Night Trix Oxide

I've missed him!! : )
I was so glad to hear that Eric was done with CD#2... Wow! The changes vocally; the leaps lyrically; the beauty created musically in his artistical growth from CD#1 is AWE-some! I love Standing On The Corner Of Redemption & Disorder,Troubled Man, Faded Trails, and This Little Box. This is a must have.. especially, if you enjoyed "On The Edge Of Something More". : )

Music is the key

Cool album with great songs like Same In The Heart,Can´t Stop The Days. Oh Erin and We´ve Already Parted are truly beautiful lyrically as well as musically. Troubled Man is a wonderful accoustic track.