Eddie Japan | Modern Desperation, Pt. 1

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Modern Desperation, Pt. 1

by Eddie Japan

Eddie Japan combines '60s baroque pop influences with the less restrained tendencies of ‘80s alternative guitar bands to create a soaring, dramatic sound that stands apart from the beats and banjos of today’s indie scene.
Genre: Pop: 60's Pop
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1. You Will Find Me Dead in My Comfort Zone
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3:42 $1.00
2. Let Me Bleed
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3:33 $1.00
3. The Bridges I Have Burned
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4:48 $1.00
4. This Married Life
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4:38 $1.00
5. A Town Called Nowhere
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4:40 $1.00
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"Eddie Japan makes cinematic music capable of causing Quentin Tarantino to cry tears of joy!" – Ryan's Smashing Life

"A set by Eddie Japan is just as likely to bring to mind Ennio Morricone, mariachi, anthemic guitar rock and the '60s wall of sound as it does moody British alternative … all of it blended together with tight hooks, dramatic flourishes, amazing musicianship, and, always, a good time. – Boston Band Crush

"Eddie Japan have put together one snappy little pop gem with “You Will Find Me Dead In My Comfort Zone.” If this song was a drug (and given the number of times I’ve listened to this one I can safely say it’s addictive), I would imagine the listed side effects would be toe-tapping and spinning around." – Daykamp Music


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