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by Jaded

Rock N' Roll is not only music, but energy, entertainment and attitude - and the all female band JADED will give it to you- high heels and all! Following in Aerosmith's footsteps JADED, "The Bad Girls of Boston" are here to stay!
Genre: Rock: Arena Rock
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1. Higher
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2. Gear In A Machine
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3. Tonight
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4. Missing You From Boston
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5. Hear Me Now
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Album Notes
All Songs Produced & Arranged by JADED, Richard Marr & Sammy Miami
Recorded & Mixed by Richard Marr @ Galaxy Park Studios
Allston, MA. Spring 2010
(*Track 4 Recorded and Mixed by Gary Katz, remixed by Richard Marr)
Mastered by Jeff Lipton @ Peerless Mastering
Cover Photo by Raymond Rodriguez, design by Sammy Miami


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We don't yet live in a world where an all-female hard rock/metal band is nothing unusual, but when you listen to Jaded you might just forget the distinction (if you don't pay attention to the photos in the liners--these women are smokin'-hot). The overall sound is similar to Meldrum, coincidentally another all-female metal outfit, and they're capable of some seriously pounding music. But the gem on the EP is the slower, more emotional "Missing You from Boston," in my opinion. Still plenty of oomph, but a real feeling of pain as well. I hope these four get to put out something more full-length and/or better yet go on tour near where I live.