Hanz Erik and the Hims | Copay

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Copay

by Hanz Erik and the Hims

Pop Rock with Classic Soul Flavorings
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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1. Girl Up In My Mind
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3:29 $0.99
2. Fresh Invention
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2:34 $0.99
3. All
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4:26 $0.99
4. Potential Energy
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5. Harm's Way
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6. Safe Is Not Enough
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7. Just Love
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8. Anything
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9. Procreation
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10. Kissing Princes
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In early 2005 George Lucas and Ollie Bauer had finally had enough.  Lucas sent a curt cease and desist letter to band leader Hanz Erik for trademark infringement and Bauer stepped down as the band’s drummer.  All this in the midst of what was to be HanZsolo's second release.  Pausing for exactly one month of utter despair and angst, Hanz Erik realized the only way out was up.  He enlisted drummer George Marich (12 rods), renamed the band, and booked studio time for the completion of the album.  Eight months later the newly formed band, Hanz Erik and the Hims are debuting their CD.  It represents two and a half years of Hanz’s writing and arrangements by Hanz Erik and the Hims.  The album, entitled Copay has a decidedly different sound, leaning less on the singer-songwriter idiom and pushing more into electric pop-rock with classic soul flavorings.


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