Social Hero | The Famous

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The Famous

by Social Hero

New York rockers present "The Famous" - an explosive collision of high-caliber songwriting, incendiary guitar lines and vocal heroics - guaranteed more powerful than a sledgehammer [or your money back.].
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Evening Gown
4:44 album only
2. Better Day
5:23 album only
3. Gone
4:29 album only
4. On My Own
5:00 album only
5. Recognized
4:47 album only
6. The Return- Psycho Carnivale
0:37 album only
7. Mosquito Attack
3:43 album only
8. Runaway
6:37 album only
9. Radioactive Man
4:56 album only
10. Keep Telling Yourself
7:45 album only


Album Notes
Social Hero (est. 1998), a five-piece rock act from New York City, heralds a Renaissance of Rock and Roll.

The story of Social Hero begins with their catalogue of tightly crafted original music, which showcases "a taste for power-pop hooks, crunchy guitars and arty embellishments" (Time Out New York). The band draws influences from a wide range of styles, but the sound of Social Hero is sown mainly from the seeds of classic and modern rock. Fact: Cream and Led Zeppelin had a bastard child of rock that grew up on the early ‘90s alternative explosion. They named it Social Hero.

Together, the gang of five treats every audience to a highly polished, raucously explosive performance. With their new full length album The Famous in hand, the boys are ready give rock'n'roll a firm kick in the ass. Get the lead out!



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