Joe Cahill | Vanishing Acts

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Vanishing Acts

by Joe Cahill

An Around the world party of Punk Fusion
Genre: Metal/Punk: British Punk
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1. Running On Empty
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2. Pretty Baby
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3. European Son
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4. Looking For My Baby
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5. Regret
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6. Life Is A Witch
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7. I'm Alone
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8. Te Amo
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9. Bye Bye Baby
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10. Don't Make Me Stop Now
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Joe Cahill Returns with his seventh release on the internet. Vanishing Acts is the first full length album in five years.
"I needed to record something more than EP's." Says Cahill, "I have an album in me and it's time to go for it.".
And what an exciting mix this long awaited album is: British Punk, NY Punk, some New Wave, Surfer Punk and even Brazilian Punk. Joining him on this album is co producer John Carey who plays guitar and sings backup along with Joe on several tracks. The lyrics are dark, brooding, cynical and at times fun and quirky. And for fans of his earlier Rock albums there are allusions to "Lost Weekends" and "Dream Of Egypt" and the melodies have echos of past songs.
Come and join the around the worls party of Punk Fusion!


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