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Good News

by Step Aside

Socially conscious pop-punk from the hood. Oh yea, and it's catchy.
Genre: Metal/Punk: American Punk
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1. American Middle Class
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2. Falling Behind
2:37 $0.99
3. Sometimes
2:29 $0.99
4. North Star
2:57 $0.99
5. Line Of The Misruled
3:25 $0.99
6. Sixteen Grand
3:16 $0.99
7. Formal Introduction
3:08 $0.99
8. Shoot The sky
3:36 $0.99
9. Home Away From Home
3:45 $0.99
10. Wake Up
2:49 $0.99
11. Who Am I
3:57 $0.99
12. Band Of Brothers
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Album Notes
Step Aside has a vision, and that vision includes a music scene that people are proud to be a part of because it never dissapoints. How do they bring this vision to reality you ask? The answer is by giving back to the fans as much as possible and providing them with the funnest and most outrageous shows. Not many bands in this day and age are concerned with providing shows like that. Step Aside is the result of a merger between two previous bands. When one of those bands, Wombat Warfare fell apart in 2003, rhythm guitarrist Vinnie Punziano joined up with two future Step Aside members Adam Kokoni and Tom Sobolow in a band called Day 4. The band became serious and started playing shows around the New York City area. In 2004, bassist Richie Fazio announced that he was leaving the band for college. Adam, Vinnie and Tom cried extensively upon hearing the news. (Tom still cries a little bit on the weekends sometimes.) The summer of 2004 was an experimental period for the band. They found a bassist and added on a third guitarrist. Under this lineup, they played one show under the name "Selfless Act" on a sidewalk in Gerritsen Beach. After a decision to revamp the band and focus on the music that they originally set out to play, the two new additions to the band were replaced with bassist and former Wombat Warfare member, Jeremy Cea. The new band named themselves Step Aside after an MTA subway add. In 2005 the band recorded the 7 song EP "Don't Be Sad" with producer and former Supertouch member Andy Guida. An extra track for the EP was recorded and produced by the band themselves in early 2006. Less than a year later, the band moved in to Vudu Studios for three weeks and recorded their first full length album with producers Mike Watts and Rich Liegey. Theres only one way to know if Step Aside throws the greatest shows of all time and that is to experience them for yourself.



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A Rare Find On CD Baby!!!
I'm a big fan of underground music and finding unknown bands that no one knows about but, for the most part, most underground bands belong underground. Every once and a while, though, I come across a band that is so good I can't help wondering why they're not huge. Step Aside is one of those bands. Their album "Good News" is such a breath of fresh air that it glues a smile to my face every time I listen to it. With smart lyrics, catchy hook after catchy hook and great replay value, you'd really be missing out not to pick this gem up for ten bucks. Truly a rare find for anyone looking for a great underground band.


Step Aside knows how to Rock
Step Asides 'Good News' is a breath of fresh air to new music, with meaningful lyrics and amazing guitars, i will recommand this album to any music lover.