Unknown Soldiers | If I Were God

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If I Were God

by Unknown Soldiers

NW original alternative rock. Melodic, guitar driven and intense.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. If I Were God
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2. Ugly Planet
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3. Tarantula
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4. Silver Haze
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5. Web of Life
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6. Tripwire
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7. Raging in My Heart
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8. Lost
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9. Heavens in Love
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10. Numb
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Unknown Soldiers are Al Paschke and Sylvia Hackathorn at the core. On this CD we are joined by Monty Cowels on drums and Ron Mayes or Grego Sanguinetti on bass.
Unknown Soldiers have been making music in the Portland, OR area for more than 20 years. We've done two prior albums and a single, all released on vinyl and cassette. Almost all of the material is original, written by Al Paschke.
We are influenced by the times in which we live and the incredible music going on in Detroit and the West Coast since the 60s.
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