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Signal Burden

Signal Burden is an indie band from Philadelphia. Rick(Cackle) Cox is manning the helm for the new CD "Couple Sandwiches short of a picnic" as singer-songwriter/guitar/bass with drums provided by Josh Philips. The band is currently looking for a guitarist and bassist located in and around the Philadelphia area. Current plans to tour are unknown at this point.

A brief history of Signal Burden:
The first project "My Fellow Americans" was released in 2006 written by Rick Cox and produced by Billy Hauber under the band name "TheReclusives.com" and posted 25,000 views on Youtube. The song was a tribute song to those who lost their lives on 9-11. The video was recently removed from youtube because my past interpretation of the event doesn't reflect my current one. A new video will be released soon. You can find "My Fellow Americans" at LastFM. All free downloads of my music there including this single- http://www.last.fm/music/Signal+Burden/American+Trip/My+Fellow+Americans

The first official album "American Trip" was released in 2009 with mild success on Youtube provided by the song "Smash the bride's face with the wedding cake" which has amassed over 80,000 views on Youtube. Contributors to that album include Singer/Songwriter - Rick Cox, Producer - Bill Hauber, Vocals - Brian Cox/Kristine Cox, and Trever Terranova at drums(for 3 songs) while Josh Philips provided the rest of the percussion for the other tracks. "Lost Signals" was the second CD released in 2011.

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The American trip cd can be found here for free download at LastFM: http://www.last.fm/music/Signal+Burden/American+Trip
Songs include "Ambulence Chaser" "Drink this case" and "American Trip"