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Digital Eclipse

by Markus

Edgy, yet melodic pop/rock.
Genre: Rock: 80's Rock
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1. Life Without You
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2. Missing You Madly
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3. Alright
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3:49 $0.99
4. Come Home My Baby
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3:16 $0.99
5. Too Many Changes
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6. Somebody Save Me
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7. This Must Be Love
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8. Gotta Draw the Line
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9. Champion
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10. For Better or Worse
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11. Stand Up (Shout Out Loud)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Here's the new CD from recording artist/songwriter, Markus. Digital Eclipse, the follow-up to 2005's S.T.A.T.!. A new collection of songs that feature some collabs via the World Wide Web. Among the many co-writers using the Internet for co-writing this CD are Larry Hansen on "For Better Or Worse", Allison Bolton on three cuts (Gotta Draw the Line, Come Home My Baby, and Missing You Madly), and Joseph H. Wilk on "Alright" (produced by DeathlessDodecagon with additional production by Markus). The tone of the CD is edgy and dark at times, but it is not in any way a negative album. It's a jump in artistic growth from S.T.A.T.! and the 1st CD, ......BTW.

Enjoy!!!!!!

markus


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