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The Ghost Remains

by The Ghost Remains

"...Piano-driven hip-pop with a sincerity that harkens back to Harry Nilsson and the best melodic remedies of a bygone age." -Adam Von Doom
Genre: Pop: Piano
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1. Letter to the Future
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2. No Protest
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3. What You Deserve
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4. Day By Day
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5. You Are
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6. This Lonely Place
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Album Notes
“The Ghost Remains' self-titled debut is an expertly crafted set from singer/songwriter Jeffrey Perez, out to prove definitively what a man can do with just a dream and a fistful of songs. "Letter To The Future" introduces us to an an emotive piece of piano-driven hip-pop with a sincerity that harkens back to Harry Nilsson and the best melodic remedies of a bygone age. There is a sadness to "This Lonely Place", and a raw hurt in "What You Deserve" that makes you want to pause the record at times just to give it a hug, but it's all comfortably concealed under a blanket of jaunty ivory tickling. Perez is most luminous when his vocals seem to faintly channel musical spirit animal Billie Holiday, and it’s that same special tonic of fresh yet vintage sound that has allowed bands like Electric Guest to flourish. None of these songs are cheap, stringy appetizers, this is truly pop music that fills the belly, ears, and heart." -Adam Von Doom

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