Eddie Carrigan | Universal Sign

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Universal Sign

by Eddie Carrigan

Adult contemporary rock songs with melodic hooks, memorable arrangements embellishing artistic themes, and in depth lyrics surrounding life's reflections.
Genre: Rock: Adult Contemporary
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1. Universal Sign
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2. Beguiled
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3. Road To Japan
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5:10 $0.99
4. The Show
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5. The Clown
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6. Simple Life
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7. The Motel
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8. Beggars and Kings
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9. Canonberry Days
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10. The Child
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is Eddie Carrigan's second release on Affinity Records. Once again, Eddie's uncompromised style of writing explores the avenues of life, its trials, tribulations, fantasies, and his observations culminating in an interesting arrangement of tracks for the contemporary listener.

Songs like "The Show", and "The Clown" delve into the artistic conflicts faced by performers trying to balance real life with the public's perception of who they are.

"The Child" reveals the darker side of dealing with psychological abuse, whereas songs like "Road To Japan" take us into the fantasy world of illusion.


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