arthur funkarelli | waves

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waves

by arthur funkarelli

Arthur Funkarelli's distillation of West Coast rock, soul and power punk mayhem is designed to please.
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. bottom line
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2. love is gold
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3. waves
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4. freedom sold
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5. natural ball
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6. new messiah
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7. lights out
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8. without watching
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9. whole life
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10. just don't matter
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Arthur Funkarelli's most polished album is a potent blend of their bombastic, sonic mayhem and lush production by one of the hottest young producers around.
Produced and mixed by Darren Grahn at Mushroom, Profile, and Hipposonic studios in Vancouver, Waves is a tour de force of indie-rock gold!



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Brad

Waves
One of a kind sound! Great Album

todd

great album, but please don't sell out to the man with the mainstream shit
great cd, but like it said trying to go mainstream is not the way, keep it hard or get the funk out, we don't want the soft-arellies, but still a great album