Bobby Phillipps | Set Me Free

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Set Me Free

by Bobby Phillipps

Instrumental guitar rock with an aggressive DIY attitude.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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1. Guitargument
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2. Get Some
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3. Insomnia
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4. Cherish
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5. Eyes On Fire
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6. Surrounded By Nothing
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7. Dancing in the Clouds
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8. Strange Days
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9. The Joker
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10. Set Me Free
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is my second full-length release, but the first one that I really feel like I did right. "Stop The War!" was more of a "let's see if I can do this" effort, which caused it to be slightly rushed, but "Set Me Free" has a much more polished vibe across the board. I definitely took my time with this one, making sure it was the best that I could put out. The album was written in two different "studios" (bedrooms) between 2009 and 2012, but the final versions were recorded at Soul Style Studios, my home recording studio. All instruments are performed or programmed by me, the artwork was my own, everything about this record screams DIY, which is what I'm all about: giving a big middle finger to "big record labels" and forging out as an independent artist in a very stubborn and tenacious fashion.


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