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Open Me Up

by The Secret Identities

Two SF songwriters join forces in this melodic, lyrical, guitar-rock, indie debut studio album, harmonizing their way through 12 original tracks ranging from power pop to psychedelic to alternative rock. Great band, smart melodies, lots of guitars.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Open Me Up
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2. Superbaby
4:01 $0.99
3. Forward
3:29 $0.99
4. Stranger to the Rain
4:50 $0.99
5. I Wish I Were a Tree
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6. Beautiful
3:39 $0.99
7. Truck and Guitar
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8. Horizon Heartbreak
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9. Dreamland
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10. Quiver
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11. I Can't Sleep
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12. Baby-Face, Face It
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Album Notes
The Secret Identities, just like you, humble shoe shine boys by day, heroes by night. Formed by two pals, veterans of the SF songwriters scene, Mario DeSio and Kenny Shea Dinkin in 2010, our two heroes join forces with Howard Pomerantz (bass) and Ken Gregg (Drums) to offer this debut Power Pop, Guitar Rock studio gem.

Three years in the making, this record takes Mario's six favorite "Kenny songs" and Kenny's six favorite "Mario songs", brought to life in the collaborative light of the studio with fresh harmony ideas, rich guitar overlays, muscular rhythm tracks and special-guest-star enhancements from the likes of such Bay Area musical luminaries as Roger Linn, Ira Marlowe and Richard Stuverud.

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