SoundDiary | A Book in My Hand

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A Book in My Hand

by SoundDiary

Second Album by Austria‘s Progressive Pop-Rock Band SoundDiary – featuring epic Rocksongs for friends of extraordinary songwriting.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. Mercury Syndrome
8:07 $1.59
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2. Fragile
5:24 $1.59
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3. Unknown Lovers
7:15 album only
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4. Dancing Like Circles
4:40 album only
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5. Nevertheless
5:51 album only
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6. Where You Lead Me
7:09 album only
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7. Obedient to Indifference
5:25 album only
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8. A Book in My Hand
9:50 album only
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9. Reprise
2:10 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Since 2007 the five members of the Austrian Progressive Pop Rock Band SoundDiary have been sharing the stage. Now they can look at a big and constantly growing fan base.
SoundDiary convince with their progressive songwriting, complex compositions and a unique soundatmosphere.
Their new album "A book in my hand" (2014) is an epic journey - composed and produced with a passion for detail.


Pressreviews:

Norbert K.Hund/Radiostation Salzburg:
"SoundDiary released a genuine Progressive Rock Concept-Album. On the one hand it sounds indeed like it was produced in 2014, but on the other hand one would think its compositions date from the heyday of Genesis & Co."

Alexius Ivo Baldissera/Faux Fox Magazine:
"Complex arrangements, sound atmospheres that enwrap you, varied song structures, lyrics for reflection, a combination of verse and sounds that carries you. Music far beyond commercial boundaries."

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