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The Narrows

by East Australian Current

Inside, you will find a mixture of new, cutting edge upbeat material of some brand new as well as memorable moods and styles mixed with a little bit of softer descending tracks that will entice you.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. Morning Horses
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2. My Friends Think I'm Depressed
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3. Ultra Diamonds
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6:15 $0.99
4. Bluebird
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5. Walking Through the Park
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6. They Don't Know (Cuz They're Foreign)
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7. Sarah & Sam
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8. Love Demands a Lover
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9. The Narrows
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10. The Rain
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11. Cold Sand
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Album Notes
This first work by East Australian Current is a rather ambitious and eager expression of new ideas and melodies. The Narrows is rich with belting harmony, original fresh guitar licks, as well as the thriving qualities of a brand new indie/alternative rock album. The band's true talent is shown through its diversity and variety with the psychedelic opener "Morning Horses", which sets an interesting mood that will hook and draw you in immediately, to the instrumentally heavy and vocally melodic "Ultra Diamonds". With a lot of influence from modern and 60's/70's rock, the album takes on new heights of modern songwriting. The band's African and tribal influence peeks through "They Don't Know (Cuz They're Foreign)", and the calm serenity of the collection is displayed in the title track, "The Narrows". It is a perfect start to East Australian Current's career.


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