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Corsair

by Corsair

With influences ranging from the Police, XTC, and Wilco, the band's music been classified as "modern rock with an independent persuasion."
Genre: Pop: New Wave
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1. Sudden Death Academic Probation
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2. A Kind Of Redemption
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3. Physical Ed
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4. Epiphany # 306
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5. Vonnegut According to Dangerfield
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6. Lieutenant
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7. Calling In Sick
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8. Nuclear Holiday
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9. Barren Seeds in Sand
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10. Jackie
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11. Tugging Tails
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12. Walrus Bark!
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13. Monkey Wranglers
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14. **********
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
From the stacks and stacks of well-worn albums from The Police, Duran Duran, Depeche Mode, The Cure and many others would come the genesis of one of the most dynamic and electric bands to hit the Atlanta scene. Bursting forth with raw energy that leaves audiences with dry mouths, ringing ears and hungry for more, Corsair comes out of the gate with a sound that lifts you out of your seat and kicks you right in the ass. A force to be reckoned with, the infectious combo of lyrics and music flowing from the stage at every performance sticks with you like hot oatmeal Mom gave you on a cold winter day. Poised at the edge of greatness, this band is sprinting into an already successful young career. With the release of their first full-length album, Corsair is sure to go nowhere but up. This is not just the start of another one-hit wonder band, Corsair is deeply rooted in their art and talent and is only beginning to write the first chapter in a very long history.


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Beau Harper

If ever destiny turned on the radio
CORSAIR
Corsair
Nausea Kid Records
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If ever destiny turned on the radio, this is what she would be listening to. Few could have possibly imagined the diverse, intelligent, eclectic mix of sounds that rush forth from Corsair’s first, self-titled debut album. This album is one that bridges the void between independent college and mainstream modern rock. With a diverse collection of tightly manufactured rhythms, front man Jason Emery leads with his infectious, poignant and smooth lyrical style, guitarist Paul Nunn follows with amazing guitar sounds, caressing his instrument to produce sounds not from this Earth, to be fully complemented and completed with funky, innovative bass licks from Todd Tanner and Jeff Fuller’s energetic mix of punk/ska and rock drum beats. Together these four talented phenoms are driving themselves nowhere but forward and up the charts. Brought together by fate alone, this dynamic mixture of backgrounds and musical styles flow together to form the harmony and rhythm that is Corsair. Take one part eighties pop, one part ballad classics, throw in a pinch of some funk and indie college rock, add two cups water, one egg, bake to a golden brown at 350 degrees for thirty minutes, let cool, frost to your liking and you’ve got homemade Corsair…mmm, mmm! Old but new, mainstream and pop yet intelligent and independently styled enough to blow you away after just one listen.
-- Beau Harper