Changing Modes | In Flight

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In Flight

by Changing Modes

Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Particle Collider
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2. Life Drawing
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3. Ghost in the Backseat
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4. Nature of the Beast
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5. Reflection
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6. Down to You
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7. Blue
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8. Knock Once
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9. The Politics of Fear
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10. Professional Girl
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11. Firewall
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12. Thunderwing
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13. To the Left
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14. Chinatown
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15. Houses of Cards
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16. In Flight
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"In Flight" is the band's 5th album. In this 16-track album they skillfully move from Progressive Rock to Latin Jazz via Punk Rock and Funk. Beside band's chief songwriter Wendy Griffiths, Jen Rondeau and Grace Pulliam also contributed material to this album. Each song is meticulously arranged with intricate vocal harmonies and tight rhythms. Ethereal Theremin and unexpected guitar parts add extra dimensions to the album.


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