Warren Hein | No Formal Training

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No Formal Training

by Warren Hein

Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. 20/20 to Costa Rica
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2. Only Hope
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3. Cookie Cutter Blonde
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4. Just an Accident
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5. Holy Road
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6. My Chauffeur Drives
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7. I'm Swearin' Off Cnn
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8. Solo Dream
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9. The Graveyard Shift
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10. You're Not Alone
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11. Rock Paper Scissors
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Album Notes
Warren Hein's "No Formal Training" is this talented songwriter's first release, with Hein's music described as a charming yet daring blend of modern Folk and Rock, with smart and challenging lyrics that describe life as many of us know it today. "No Formal Training" is guaranteed to have something for everyone, with no "filler" cuts on this melodic CD that breaks some traditional Folk/Rock rules, but always for the better.


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Tons of fun
I love this CD .. tons of fun .. there really is no filler.


Great tunes, memorable hooks & clever lyrics make this a must have for any CD collection. From fun, uptempo rockers like 'Cookie Cutter Blonde' to the reflective ballad of 'Rock, Paper Scissors', this album has it all and everything in between. Great stuff, looking forward to the next one.