Tony Romanello and the Black Jackets | Chasing Airwaves

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Chasing Airwaves

by Tony Romanello and the Black Jackets

Rock, Alternative in the 3-guitar, keys, bass, drums sort-of-way.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Disregard
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2. Extinction Radio
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3. Agoraphobia
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4. The Start
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5. Elephant Gun
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6. Dogs On Television
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7. 100 Ways Not to Reckon
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8. Sing
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Album Notes
Chasing Airwaves is the latest album from Tulsa rock mainstays, Tony Romanello and the Black Jackets. In addition to the
pounding drums, melodic bass, and three-guitar musings of past Black Jackets compositions, this album also features a fresh
palette of keys, synths, and samples. But make no mistakes, this is rock. And 'rock' is what these guys do, and have been
doing together in one form or fashion for a long while. Hints of the 80's, 90's, and 2000's are all present here in this
eclectic wall of sound - - packaged together nicely pairing pop hooks with static riffs via this troupe of admitted (and
proud of it!) fuzzed out rawkers.

All lyrics by Tony Romanello [BMI]; music by Tony Romanello [BMI], Andy Callis [BMI], Michael Steven Taylor [BMI], Matt Vandaveer [BMI], and Mike Friedemann [BMI]. Recorded September 2014 - July 2015 Tulsa, OK. Mastered by George Geurin at DES Mastering, Dallas, TX July 2015. Art concept and design by Matt Vandaveer. Very special thanks to Mark Bahlinger for art direction and design layout.



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