Zach Troutman | The Arbitration Room

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The 1st album, "Perspective" Zach Troutman on Myspace

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The Arbitration Room

by Zach Troutman

Maintains all of the pop sensibility of the 1st album, but finds a slightly darker tone and production value through use of keyboards, more prominent bass, and meticulously layered vocal harmonies.
Genre: Pop: Pop Underground
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Rising Tide
4:44 album only
2. Slings and Arrows
3:19 album only
3. Guitar Thingy #2
0:36 album only
4. Lovin' the Alien
4:02 album only
5. Medicinal Salvation
5:21 album only
6. Guitar Thingy #3
0:43 album only
7. Rob & Michelle
3:11 album only
8. A Stalker Song
6:30 album only
9. Guitar Thingy #4
0:22 album only
10. The Truth Below
4:43 album only
11. Black and White
4:29 album only
12. Everybody's Going Down
3:49 album only
13. One
3:25 album only
14. Collide
2:30 album only


Album Notes
The product of 2 years of on and off again work, "The Arbitration Room" showcases every aspect of Zach Troutman's stylistic approach to music. From the subtle fingerpicking of "Collide" to the shrieking solos of "The Truth Below" and the soulful vocal delivery on "Black and White", the album captures each individual strength of the artist, and channels it into one cohesive mass of pop mastery. With its wistfully spacious production and lighthearted feel, you might be tempted to believe that "The Arbitration Room" is just another delicious piece of Top 40 ear candy. But don't be fooled: beneath every song runs an undercurrent of tension that adds a layer of depth and darkness to this deceptively jubilant collection of songs. So if you’re looking for slick, well-crafted mainstream material with just a touch of home-grown, indie sensibility to keep it grounded, then look no further; just open the door to “The Arbitration Room”.

Running time- 47:50

Be sure to also check out Zach’s other CD, 2006’s “Perspective”, at:



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