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Life of Agony
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With Ugly, Life Of Agony have expanded their sound in both playing Over the past few years, the five members of Take That have perfect
and songwriting, while their ability to lyrically channel the frustrations ed a pop vocal sound that has vaulted them to the top of the charts in
of their fans has been honed razor sharp. Far more than a metal almost every international territory.
band, Life Of Agony have made a record that speaks to a generation.
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Mellow Grooves with Phot beats. Sade meets loose ends, hip-hop mar- Raised on the college and club scene around Virginia's College of The group Solo debuts "new classic soul" on the first release. The
ries light acid jazz.. .This is the sound of Groove Theory. Amel's William & Mary and solidified on the Orlando, Florida club circuit, the incredible vocals delivered by this group can be attributed directly to
breezy voice and Bryce's keys and production makes this CD twice as rock quartet's widely praised live powers have spread the word on the genetics - with Sam cooke and The Drifters as family members, how
nice. band's thought-provoking, emotive and groove-laden organic sound. could they go wrong?
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With influences that range from the Beatles to Toad The Wet Sprocket,
Depechc Mode to Sarah Mclachlan, Nashville-based Jars Of Clay have
delivered a debut release rich in songcraft.
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