Death Of Me | Life's So Hard Make It Softer

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Life's So Hard Make It Softer

by Death Of Me

Death of Me produced this strong album over a two year period of personal turmoil and loss, but what came out was a song cycle of great depth, with surprising twists of humor: Here is a CD deserving a complete listen for its dark beauty, & modern edge.
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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1. Please Please Please
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2. The Trees
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3. Heroes
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4. Following A River
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5. I Don't Even Know Myself
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6. Last Train
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7. Sue the Bible Study Girl
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8. Resurrection Train
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9. Demon Shoes
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10. Don\'t Whisper
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11. Let It Drown
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12. Saint and Sinner
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13. This Life
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14. Close Call
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15. Let It Drown (Reprise)
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Album Notes
Death of Me:
Chris LeRoy: Vocals/Guitar/Piano/Bass
Mike Wilkerson: Vocals/Guitar
Matt Kjorvestad: Drums

Recorded in five nights between Jan and August 2006, this set of songs was set aside after Mike Wilkerson\'s death, and then completed a year later with three new tracks.


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one-of-a-kind underrated album
They don't write 'em like that anymore! Well, Chris LeRoy does, but this particular band will be like the river you just waded into. A little different next time, if we're lucky enough to get a next time. At times this is touching, wrenching, thought-provoking, and rocking. Yeah, all at once. Last Train if you must know, a very great favorite song of mine, since this album was first released.

My highest recommendation on this wonderful piece of work.