Man Called Noon | Edge of the Night

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Edge of the Night

by Man Called Noon

A dark look at what a person will do in their pursuit of freedom. Told through heavy guitars, pounding drums, and catchy melodies, the album shows the lengths a person will go in order to change their lot in life.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Intro
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2. Edge of the Night
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3. On the Attack
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4. Three Dead Quick
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5. Free
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6. Precious Stone
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7. Something Builds in Me
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8. River of Wrath
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9. One Last Ride
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Album Notes
The Chicago based rock group, Man Called Noon, has just completed its second full length album, Edge of The Night. A collection of heavy rock with pop hooks, and soul filled melodies, the album tells the story of loss and hopelessness that twists its way through your conscious and leaves you a little unsure of the world around you. A heavier, more polished sound then previous efforts by MCN, the new sound pushes the band to new heights. The songs talk of the good, of the bad, and of everything in between. Lyrically complex, powered by inhibition, and tactfully driven to the edge, MCN's new album has the capacity to move those who choose to listen.


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