Eye On Attraction | The Factory

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The Factory

by Eye On Attraction

A progressive rock half-concept album with pop rock sensibilities.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. The Most Dangerous Game
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2. Type C
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3. The Wake
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4. Distant
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5. 16 Queens
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6. I: Creatures of Habit
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7. II: the Furnace
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8. III: Wreakers of Havoc
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9. IV: Beyond the Gate
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The concept behind the 'The Factory' began with a drum groove. Well over half a year later, the album has cemented itself as the cornerstone of what will surely be a lengthy career for Scranton, Pennsylvania prog-rockers Eye On Attraction.

A half concept album, 'The Factory' kicks off with five relatively straight-forward rock songs, laden with catchy melodies and just a hint of progressive elements. The album concludes with a four part concept, aptly titled 'The Factory', which chronicles the rise and fall of a societal mechanism hell-bent on consumate perfection, at the expense of the individual.

Truly an eclectic blend, 'The Factory' has a little something for everyone.


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