Twenty Past Two | Believe in Something

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Believe in Something

by Twenty Past Two

Hard Rock/ Modern Rock / Alternative/ Pop Rock
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Bitter
4:26 FREE
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2. Reflection
3:33 $0.49
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3. Proud World
4:52 $0.49
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4. Every Road
3:02 $0.49
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5. Am I Wrong
4:06 $0.49
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6. Fearless Rider
4:39 $0.49
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7. Drifter
3:52 $0.49
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8. Two Worlds
3:26 $0.49
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9. We Will Revive
4:12 $0.49
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10. Shattered Glass
5:32 $0.49
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11. Dancing All Around
3:55 $0.49
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Believe in Something" is the follow up album to Joe Sorrentino's first release "Find A Way," released under his former band name Soulacious. The album "Believe in Something" has 11 total tracks and features the edgy new modern rock and hard rock songs "Bitter", "Reflection", "Proud World", "Two Worlds", "We Will Revive" and "Shattered Glass." Additionally, the album also contains modified rock versions of the classic pop/rock songs, "Every Road", "Am I Wrong", "Fearless Rider", "Drifter" and "Dancing All Around", which were also songs featured on "Find A Way". The new album, "Believe in Something" features Joe Sorrentino on vocals, bass, rhythm and some lead guitar. The album also features the lead guitar work and bass lines of former band mates, Victor Negreiros and Les Bueno and former band mate George Kevin Hynes on drums. The album was self produced and recorded by Joe Sorrentino at his home studio, formerly in Needham MA. Les Bueno assisted in recording and the album was mixed and mastered by Victor Negreiros in 2014.


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