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Falling Out

by Barton

Petal's former guitarist has created a rock album so eclectic that no song provides even a hint as to what one might find next. This album is for those who enjoy the craft of carefully woven songs loaded with surprises and some wicked guitar work.
Genre: Rock: Arena Rock
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1. I Didn't Know
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2. Auditory Porn
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3. Dodgeball
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4. Sweet Sincerity
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5. The Crowd
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6. Green
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7. Balance in My Head
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8. Just Like Anyone
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9. Hell to Pay
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10. My New Self
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11. Proper Respect
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12. I See Her
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13. How Far?
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14. The Bathtub Song
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15. Think It's a Sin
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Album Notes
A careful listener might find Barton's influences such as Queen, Zeppelin and Rush splattered in cleverly distributed doses, but Barton's songwriting and performances go beyond comparisons to 70's era rock acts. Petal's former guitarist seems to have rebelled against the idea of a concept album as progressive rock songs sit alongside more conventional rockers, ballads, instrumentals and a few numbers that seem to have dropped in from another planet. If you are one of those who are looking for something fresh and unpredictable you may have just hit the jackpot.


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Loving the variety
Great album! Variety keeps it interesting and fresh .
Some songs one can appreciate musically, others get stuck in your head - nice combo!

John O'Connor

Falling Out is Flying High
The songs on this album are loaded with killer guitar riffs and solos, lyrics ranging from introspective to comical, really catchy hooks and some tasty side dishes featuring acoustic guitar and electric blues. This is great stuff you can listen to over and over again. Play this at your next party and everyone will be sure to have a great time.