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Weekend Warrior

by Corday

Catch Corday's rock n roll spirit with contagious tracks like "Weekend Warrior," then dive into passionate songs like "I Had It All Wrong" and “Fish Out Of Water” that reel you in and leave you breathless and stunned.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Weekend Warrior
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3:22 album only
2. Coming Undone
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3:55 album only
3. I Had It All Wrong
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3:50 album only
4. My Evil Twin
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4:47 album only
5. Vroom Vroom Vroom
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3:43 album only
6. (I Just) Died in Your Arms
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6:09 album only
7. Fish Out of Water
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3:53 album only
8. The More You're Into Me the Less I'm Into You
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3:07 album only
9. Broken Hearted
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4:12 album only
10. Lemon Seed
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3:29 album only
11. I'm Coming Out
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4:34 album only
12. Weekend Warrior (Radio Edit)
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13. Broken Hearted (Radio Edit)
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Weekend Warrior is a hit!! The title track is a radio-ready party anthem that will have weekend warriors across the nation singing along! Songs like “Vroom Vroom Vroom” will entertain you, with racing engines and rock guitars, while songs like “Fish Out Of Water” will reel you in and leave you breathless and stunned. “Coming Undone,” from the movie Elena Undone, is finally officially released by Corday on this record, and has received rave reviews from fans around the world. The album also includes Corday’s song “My Evil Twin,” as heard in Jane Clark’s film Meth Head, and “I’m Coming Out” as heard in Village Films documentary, Jan’s Coming Out.

Corday wrote all the songs on the record, including three songs she co-wrote with her musician friends. “It’s always great to collaborate.” Says Corday, who wrote Weekend Warrior with producer Matt Thorne, who also played guitar and bass on the track. “We wrote that song in like five minutes,” she laughs. “It just came to us. It was crazy.” Other songs took more time to craft, including “My Evil Twin” which Corday wrote with singer-songwriter Kelly Fitzgerald. “We had entirely different chords for that initially, and then one day I came up with that guitar rif that sounded so evil and I thought, hey that’s it, that’s perfect for My Evil Twin! People love that song. I think everyone can relate, because we all have an evil twin inside.” Broken Hearted also took time to evolve. “I knew I loved the concept of the song, but I didn’t know where to take it. When bassist Benj Clarke came up with that bridge section and the modulation to the major key, it took on a whole new life. I think it’s brilliant.” Corday played cello on the bridge section of Broken Hearted, as well as on I Had It All Wrong and Died In Your Arms. “Cello was the first instrument I learned, in the 4th grade. I don’t play very often but I still love the sound and have recorded cello parts on all of my albums.” Corday engineered and recorded all vocals, guitars, bass, cello and horns at her home studio in Long Beach, while Matt Thorne recorded all drums, plus some additional guitars and bass at MT Studios in Burbank. “I tried to do as much as I could in my home studio to save money. “Studio time can get expensive, especially when you want to take the time to be creative.” Corday finished all the songs at MT Studios, where Matt Thorne mixed. “He is awesome. Mixing is where it all happens. And it’s more than mixing. It’s all that extra magic, effects and EQ. He’s a genius.” Corday Mastered the final product at Capital Records in Los Angeles with Evren Goknar, which is packaged in Eco-Wallets featuring photography of Jeanine Hill, John Norling, and graphic designer Ed Spyra.



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