Janet's Vice | 180° (But It's a Dry Heat)

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180° (But It's a Dry Heat)

by Janet's Vice

Eclectic mix combining pop/folk melodies with a rock/fusion texture: Suzanne Vega meets Eric Johnson meets Neil Peart.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Ashes
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2. Home to You
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3. Falling to Fly
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4. Cascadia
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5. All I Am
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6. Angels
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7. Ratones
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8. Love Bite
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9. Venus
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10. Seement Pond
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11. Heart of It All
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12. 180° (But It's a Dry Heat)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The members of Janet's Vice met while performing the Broadway stage adaptation of "The Rocky Horror Show" in a small theater in Astoria Oregon. The musical chemistry between them was apparent from the start, and they began writing and recording music together almost immediately.

Unfortunately, before the band could gain a solid fan base, they found themselves living in separate cities, hundreds of miles apart, across the Pacific Northwest. For close to a decade, they managed to stay in contact with one another, as well as continue with their musical collaborations.

Their music is created after each member writes/records their parts in their own individual home studios, and then uploads those parts to the other members via the Internet.

Because of the vast individual influences of each member, the musical genres of this band cover everything from folksie blues & pop to heavy rock fusion…


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