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The Solitary System

by The Solitary System

A dance-rock band that will make you want to move.
Genre: Electronic: Alternative Dance
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1. The Art of Drama
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2. A Step in the Wrong Direction
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3. Beautiful Nightmares
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4. Backyard Basics
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5. Bright Colors and Bad People
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6. Killing Ghosts
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7. Dance With the Lights On
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8. Live Never Before
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9. Remember the Sound
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10. Happy to Be So Scared
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11. So Easy
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12. Where the Wasted Words Go
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Album Notes
The Solitary System is a duo from Wilmington, DE that has been shaking up the music scene with their pop punk dance themed music that is sure to make you do what music is supposed to do... Make you MOVE!!!

One awkward night in the not so distant past, three guys met up in what would be the beginning of a story they will tell for the rest of there lives. It took place in the same town, but at three different places.

Despite his worst fears, David stooped to the level of joining a Ritchie Valens Cover band in order to cover his rent. One night at a club, while singing a cover of "Oh Donna", out came this shriek and ruckus. An awkward guy, who had clearly had too much to drink, began shouting the lyrics. Before long he was escorted out of the club by a few burly bouncers. Unfortunately in the fray, David happened to get hit in the head with a bottle, which made him clumsily walk into a couple and spill their drinks. The woman’s fresh new white dress took the brunt of the accident and was rendered useless after the exchange. Without knowing the reason David had carelessly run into them, the gentleman offered a few husky blows to the head and later pressed charges for what they believed to be public drunkenness. The police were soon to arrive because of an incident that placed them outside the club not long before that…

On the other side of town, a riot had broken out…a gentleman by the name of Brandon, Brando 5000 as he claimed, wore a pinstripe get up suit with suspenders. Having had one too many highballs earlier in the evening, he was beating the crap out of several bystanders who claimed him to have been performing the moon walk to the tune of Billie Jean on top of their vehicles. With patented dance moves and fighting styles, Brando 5000 took out a good dozen of the on-comers before he tazed and hauled off in the back of a paddy wagon.

Now together in a jail cell, both David and Brandon awoke from their drunken stupor as another gentleman was being thrown into their new digs. With an American flag striped shirt, long locks of hair, jeans that resembled those of the late Abbie Hoffman, and the foulest mouth north of the Mason-Dixon Line; the new cellmate introduced himself as Joe, or “Joeysoserious” as the world would later know him. He was taken into custody for an earlier public disturbance. Word has it that he organized one of the largest movements the town had ever seen.

After sifting through the who, what, when, where, and how they all got there, they decided to combine their abilities and put them to good use. With Brando 5000’s dancing abilities and knowledge of moving to the beat, David’s musical knowledge and melodic voice, and Joeysoserious’s art of persuasion, they formed The Solitary System (or as Joeysoserious puts it…”we created a system within the system”). The rest of what became of them and their story is now up to you…


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