World Minus One | Now or Never

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Now or Never

by World Minus One

Female-fronted modern rock that accents a 'core' rock sound with vocal harmonies, keyboard textures, and signature sonic effects.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Still Alive
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2. Now or Never
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4:04 album only
3. Last Goodbye
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4:39 album only
4. Daybreak (live)
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5:49 album only
5. Slave (live)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Now or Never is World Minus One's debut effort, and includes a mix of produced and live performances. The leadoff track, 'Still Alive', will be available as a downloadable 'Rock Band 2' game track on Xbox 360 in November 2009. Other produced tracks include the uplifting 'Now or Never', and independance-anthem 'Last Goodbye'. The live tracks, recorded during an on-air radio performance at Milwaukee's WMSE Studios, include the epic 'Daybreak', and straight-up rocker 'Slave (Fool for Your Love)'.

With songs and messages as diverse as its members, WMO puts a modern spin on the energy and attitude that propelled rock in its prime. Fully incorporating the litheness available to a six member band, WMO can, and does, unleash wall-of-sound power down to whispered intimate acoustic moments, and back again. The result is a sonic impression the band hopes to leave upon all who listen.


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