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Suburban Influence

by Rated X

This is Rated X’s debut album, an expose of his life, love and tribulations. Featuring Sofia Marie a Marine fighting for our freedom. This album is a soundscape extraordinaire full of variety; a must hear!
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Pop-Rap
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1. Healthcare welfare
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2. Escape to Heceta
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3. Married at Heceta
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4. Quiet giant
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5. Lead me on
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6. Soldier story
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7. From whence he came
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8. Crossfire
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9. Fanfare redux
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Album Notes
1) Healthcare welfare; Rated-X wrote this song in the first person. It is somewhat true in terms of how his mother felt about the State services concerning CPS AGENCY. She passed a few years ago and this song is a direct testament to being raised by both his Mother and the state. Shirley Lou Randles was a strong woman.

2) Escape to Heceta; This song is rather autobiographical in that it’s all true. The most beautiful woman in the world is the subject matter of this two-part opus. 'Headed to Heceta' is filled with genuine yearning for the simplest pleasures in life that mean so very much.

3) Married at Heceta; The time Rated-X had to reflect while studying in the wondrous deserts of the Nevadas is reflected here. The song is of an actual vision that Rated-X beheld at an intimate moment while visiting the beach at Heceta in 1999. It was then that Rated-X knew he would marry Rose Anna D. Day at Heceta, her favorite place in the whole world.

4) Quiet giant; Featuring Marine extraordinaire Sofia Marie. The Proverbial 'Rabbit Got The Gun' syndrome. The way things turned out for Rated-X in life simply demanded that he stepped up to a great many plates while being fully expected to hit homeruns every time.

5) Lead me on; This song is about Rated-X sharing his hatred of narcotics. The metaphors here are a play on the great courtship of Rose Anna D. Day in 1993. Monogamy and music. The drug references are strictly metaphors for comparisons to mindsets of Lovaz & Gamblaz.

6) Soldier story; This song is dedicated to all of our soldiers and especially our featured singer, Sofia Marie a Marine about to be deployed to Afghanistan. I also want to thank Marcel the greatest chopper pilot ever. I salute you all and we all owe you a sincere debt of gratitude.

7) From whence he came; Artistically Rated-X achieved his goal of metaphorically stating his passion for a Game Related sonicscape for the Pimps and Hos. The vocals here are NICOLE from USO fame, and a cameo

8) Crossfire; The Pimp or Die mantra is just a way of saying how down Rated-X's Baby Mama truly is. The story is all true.

9) Fanfare redux; Rated-X plagiarized most of his fave artists as he goes on to return the love of all his wonderful fans. The most amazing dynamic is that Rated-X took special care to mention the female fans who were never groupies for any band. Their relationships were inspiring to Rated-X's own early vision of what a good woman does when she is out with the girls, get home to her trusting man after the show. FANFARE IS RATED-X SAYING THANK YOU TO YOU!


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