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Unleashed

by UltraViolet Uforia

A few influences behind the music on this CD include ELO, Doors, Yes, Pink Floyd, and Soundgarden.
Genre: Rock: Jam-band
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1. All But Dead
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2. Saints Become Savages
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3. Just
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4. Moonsong
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5. Faith Tears
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6. Soul Family
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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We rock you, soothe you, jam you out, and take you to many wonderful places!

Melodic, spacey, psychedelic rock, heavily influenced by the late 60s bands of San Francisco and the UK.

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Stephen David Lancaster II

Sounding so far away... ...yet so close to the soul.
It takes a lot to grab my attention anymore with the lackluster band scene we have to endure each day. The first time I heard this band I was almost in disbelief. Their sound fills every crack of my soul with purity, emotion, and nearly divine melodies. Bands like this are only echoes in sound systems from ages ago. It is definitely a breath of fresh air to know a band of this caliber is still creating great, beautiful, inspired music with no inflictions of socialism. Being a songwriter myself, I give nothing but the highest respect for the musicians in this band. Concerning this record, my favorite tracks would have to be, "Just," "Moonsong," "Faith Tears," and "Soul Family." The track "Just" caught me off guard with its blend of rock based blues and driving guitar lines. Definitely a powerful sound achieved there. "Moonsong" is fantastic. I love a song I can get lost in... ...and I did. Not sure if I even got back out! I feel like Alice In Wonderland everytime I listen to that one. "Faith Tears" is an awesome blend of ambience, unpredictability, and tranquill escape. Simply beautiful. "Soul Family" is straight ahead jam band bar fun! All of these elements blended together with Steven's compassionate, melodic and somber voice really seal the deal in one big, extremely talented band! This is worth the listen. Let yourself escape and try to remember the things that really moved you, before you were told what moves you. When you have played your Pink Floyd records past the point of insanity, rest easy knowing that UltraViolet Uforia has filled the void and they are still making records!
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Steve Bancroft

Leaves you unable to decide between the paisley or tie-dyed
The opening minute of this CD says it all. Already you are whisked back to a groovier time whether you like it or not, and it is good. I hear a little Grateful Dead, a little Steppenwolf, a little Hot Tuna, a little Traffic, and then there is Floyd, the Doors, Zep, and maybe Tears for Fears, all intermingled, and yet it is uniquely UltraViolet Uforia, filled with their own subtle inflections. I will say this, they could use more female backup singers (they currently have none) because their songs have wonderful melodies. For some, the young raised on radio and the old who never immersed in the more psychedelic rock, this can be too alien. The lead singer's voice is between Jorma from Tuna and Jim from the Doors, and yet at times, as in Moonsong, has an 80s urgency. That same song also has this lilting rhythm guitar and synth lines that could have been on Wish You Were Here. But the mood of the CD is multi-dimensional, so the serious first song lightens up with Saints Become Savages, gets nitty gritty with Just, then trips out for a while with Moonsong and Faith Tears, to end with a very upbeat rocker that melds Steppenwolf driving guitar with Deep Purple keyboards. Honestly, the guitar is very good- clean if not blindingly fast- and the vocals are lots of fun, but the synth leads have a few truly epiphanous moments which are rarely encountered, even on the classics, I kid you not! I've listened repeatedly, and each time the music increasingly endears itself to me. Right now I'm leaning toward tie-dyed.
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