Joseph Inzunza | Plans No More (With the Flow)

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Plans No More (With the Flow)

by Joseph Inzunza

Plans No More (With the Flow) presents 3 edgy alternative rock songs with driving beats and percussion, alluring melodies, and fascinating emotion filled synthesizers, electric piano, guitars, ukulele and sitar --- Always leaving you craving more.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Plans No More (With the Flow) [feat. Rama Bassam]
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4:22 album only
2. Soothing Amusing (feat. Phil Inzunza)
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4:01 album only
3. The Aftermath
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4:31 album only
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Album Notes
The title track, Plans No More (With the Flow) is a melodic fusion of ethnic percussion, ukulele, guitars, and keyboards. The song was a collaboration with artist, Rama. Joseph sings, "...Lay me down on the sand, no commands, no more plans, plans no more." The song is about being in the moment; joy, patience, and hope. The second track, Soothing Amusing was co-written with artist and brother, Phil Inzunza. The alternative rock track focuses on nostalgia, melancholy, and realization. It offers clever bass lines and gentle guitar sounds, as well as, crashing drums and big distorted open guitar harmonic rock chords. The third track, The Aftermath is an instrumental electronic song that invites the imagination to roam far and beyond. With a sly bass line, sitar sounds, and synthesizer leads, The Aftermath is about lamenting, and visions of the next age.


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