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Grumpy Ghost

by the Endless

The first release (2002) from the Los Angeles-based electronic rock band. Their music is an arresting blend of Alternative and Pop, with deeply emotional lyrics, gorgeous female vocals, and soaring guitars set to dreamy electronic beats and textures.
Genre: Rock: Goth
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Lost
3:34 $0.99
2. Barbi Lane
3:42 $0.99
3. Harder
3:29 $0.99
4. So Lovely
4:22 $0.99
5. Requiem
7:38 $0.99
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Album Notes
The music of The Endless is an arresting blend of Alternative and Pop, with deep emotional lyrics and soaring guitars set to dreamy electronic beats and textures. Grumpy Ghost is the highly anticipated first release from the rock trio.

Formed in 1999 in New York City, the band consists of singer Adriana Roze, her husband David Roze on guitar, and Chuck Skelton on bass, keyboards, and programming. A classically trained cellist, David had played guitar and bass for such New York bands as Neycha and The Benjamin Cartel. He has performed at such venues as CBGB's and the Izzy Bar. Adriana's vocal skills come from a lifetime performing in theatre and film. Chuck Skelton is an accomplished techno artist and owns the label Clean Records.

The Endless made their debut at New York's famous BMW Bar and were an instant hit. The Endless moved to Los Angeles in 2001 and have performed at several venues in Hollywood including The Crooked Bar, Molly Malone's, Highland Grounds, and Kulak's Woodshed.



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Really addicting
I saw a play in New York and The Endless' song Harder was in it. I was completely hooked and bought the CD. I haven't taken out of my CD player since. This is an EP worth having, because one day they are going to be huge.

Amani Malaika

Like Connecting With A Friend You've never Met
This CD quenches a thirst that you may not realize you have. The melodies satisfy the ear the way food quiets a rumbling belly. The guitars give you a place to rest your weary head while the production keeps you coming back for more and more and more...and the lyrics: Breathtakingly thoughtful! The Endless have truly married pop, electronica, and rock and I am glad that they have invited us all to the wedding!

E. Zarate

Great Musical & Voice Layering
When I hear a CD of a new band, I usually expect most of the songs will sound the same. This is NOT the case with "Grumpy Ghost".
Each song has its unique musical, lyrical and voice layering, similar to Nine Inch Nails or Kate Bush. The lyrics put you on a journey of emotions and intrigue into what the real story is. You can't just listen to it once.
Their originality will propel them in the new rock world. Although, I'm curious to hear them do a Tori Amos or Kate Bush cover.