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by Joe Sierra

Trance to the extreme
Genre: Electronic: Trance
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1. Complexities
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2. Early Sunrise
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3. Electra
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4. Industrial Strength
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5. Many Loves
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6. Ninja Trance
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7. Paradise
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8. Shaikra
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9. Silver Line
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10. So Far Away
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11. Tribal
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12. Wasted
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13. Why I Dance
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Album Notes
Currently the #1 most listened to artist at impressing the fans there not only with his vast CD output of original music, but also with vast repertoire of styles covering many genre from Trance and Techno to Blues, Jazz, Rock, and various forms of New Age. Here's what the boys at A&R Select had to say about one of tracks in the Nasty Girl CD:

“Come On” is but one bright facet of Joe Sierra’s music Los Angeles, CA – Music artist Joe Sierra is set to steal some glory in the music industry with his single “Come On” is a high-energy, danceable and tripworthy slab of electronic pulsing. But Sierra is quick to point out that his art encompasses a broad range of styles. His music displays surprising diversity, ranging across a variety of styles, including trance, dance, new age, space music, bell-based music, vibraphone jazz and Latin, classical, world music (with Asian, Middle Eastern, Native American and Celtic influences) and blues and rock guitar. “Come On” is a shining example of Sierra’s work in the realm of electronic dance. There’s a strong focus on textures, with Sierra creating a rich and lavish but always streamlined bed of sound across which the beats can race. The rhythms and grooves are as tightly constructed as the textures and the melodies seal the deal, luring in the listener’s emotional commitment. “Come On” beckons and does so with a compelling insistence that’s hard to resist. Sierra’s history with music goes back a long way. In the 80s, he worked as a DJ in London for a number of years. He also played the famous Studio 54, gigging as a guitarist. He’s now turned to self-produced electronic and world music, and Sierra is constantly evolving his sound, refining and defining and honing his considerable skills. Sierra records, mixes and masters his own music. Rare is it that a day goes by without him working on new music, be it writing, recording or both. He’s also getting ready to go back to the stage to share the latest stage of his musical career with a live audience. He’s currently working with A&R Select, the world’s leading independent artist development firm, based out of Los Angeles, CA


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