Jaded Son | Machinery of the Stars

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Rock: Modern Rock Rock: Arena Rock Moods: Mood: Intellectual
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Machinery of the Stars

by Jaded Son

Jaded Son is an Indie arena rock band. There’s no other way to put it. Indie sensibility with huge arena choruses that get stuck in your head for days.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Affinity
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2. Orange Afternoon
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3. Lies!
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4. Still Awake
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5. Trial & Error
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6. Morning Movie
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7. Leave It Up To Me
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8. Almost Home
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9. Moment
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10. Car Crash Dreams
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11. Waiting Room
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12. Broken Words
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Jaded Son is an Indie arena rock band. There's no other way to put it. Indie sensibility with huge arena choruses that get stuck in your head for days.

Jaded Son was originally formed in the foothills of Eastern Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains. They brought their rock down from the mountain to the city streets of Philadelphia where they have honed it over the last two years while recording their long awaited debut album.

With songs like "Orange Afternoon" and "Lies!" garnering radio attention from some of PA's biggest FM stations it won't be long until they've moved into your ipod and take up permanent residence in your head.


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Jennifer Hippensteal

one word...phenominal
I never ever get tired of listening to this album. Incredible melodies and moving lyrics have made this one of my most cherished cds.