Decadence | Tales from the Mountains

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Tales from the Mountains

by Decadence

Music from the mountains, mixing rock, country, and blues to create something delightfully decadent for your ears....
Genre: Country: Alt-Country
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1. Too Much Fun
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3:13 $1.29
2. Dogtown Cadillac
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2:56 $1.29
3. The Price
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4:10 $1.29
4. Put the Blame On Me
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3:42 $1.29
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Album Notes
The music of Decadence fuses rock, blues, country and that "inside the blue line" Adirondack sound to create music that is appealing to both rock and country listeners. Tales From The Mountains includes the singles Too Much Fun, Dogtown Cadillac, The Price, and Put The Blame On Me. The first single, Too Much Fun, which is also the first song on the album, is a foot stomping country rock song guaranteed to have listeners dancing and singing right from the get go. The second single, Dogtown Cadillac combines elements of blues, rock, and country, and takes this album to the next level. Single number three, The Price, is a crossover ballad, showcasing duet vocals between singers Jennifer Gadway and Katy Cole. It is a beautiful song that with hooks that will have everyone singing along. The final single and song on Tales From The Mountains is Put The Blame On Me, a heavy country rocker that is sure to change the face of the country music genre. This graphic tale, about a woman killing her abusive husband, speaks volumes to women everywhere, rounding out the Tales From The Mountains into a shocking ending. This album appeals to both country and rock fans and the crossover properties of these songs is extraordinary.



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