J Ray | Some People

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Some People

by J Ray

Album includes the comic book, "J Ray and Boxman 3000: Some People". A one-man-band sporting a boombox, guitar, and a microphone. Oh, and there’s also Boxman 3000, his cardboard robot companion from outer space who travels and dances alongside him.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Awkward Moose
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2. When I Grow Up
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2:35 $0.99
3. Some People
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4:13 $0.99
4. Paper Love
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2:52 $0.99
5. Eric's Sunday
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6. Dance! White Girl
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7. Beautiful High
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8. Friends
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9. E.A.B.O.D.
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10. Puppet Dreams
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11. Ro-Ad
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12. Some People (More Banana)
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13. Puppet Dreams (Instrumental)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
J RAY is a one-man-band with a cardboard robot from outerspace, Boxman 3000, who's plans to destroy planet Earth are constantly being foiled by J Ray's music. Basically, J RAY is one part Beck, one part Cake, then sprinkle a bit of Slightly Stoopid on the rocks. His first solo project started when he was composing the music for the independent feature film, Chameleon Code, produced by his production company, One Riot One Ranger. Since then, he has unleashed his rampant mind of a strange imagination, translating thoughts into a collection of sounds manifesting into a full-fledged debut album entitled: Some People.

Some People includes an exclusive comic book, "J Ray and Boxman 3000: Some People" detailing the story behind J Ray and his cardboard robot companion, Boxman 3000.


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