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Repent

by Jason Lawent

Howling and gritty, it pulses with life.
Genre: Rock: Experimental Rock
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1. Awake (intro)
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2. Ashes To Ashes
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3. Veracruz (commentary)
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4. Long Hard Road
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5. Is It Too Late
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6. Could You Ever
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7. These Days
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8. Let It Drop
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9. Fire
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10. Whisper
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11. Burned
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12. Remember (interlude)
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13. Good Times
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14. The Joyful (poetry jam)
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15. So Good Together
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16. (blank)
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17. Whisper (the temptation remix)
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18. Long Hard Road (alternate mix)
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19. Ashes To Ashes (alternate mix)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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“It was always there: an uneasy, curious hunger. Eventually, I began to listen to it. First, it spoke with something like words; then, with a thing like music. It was spitting back the disorientating fumes of our modern world, and I simply had a microphone to give it form. It turns out, the aching for something true makes such beautiful racket.” - Jason Lawent


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Brad at CD Baby


Don't you dare call this rap-rock. While the presence of guitar flows freely throughout the 19 tracks on this dusty, crackly disc, a search for heavy riffs will leave you empty-handed. Instead, you'll find spoken word interludes breezing between clamoring dirty-acoustic choruses and distorted, beautifully manipulated vocal runs that embrace both precision and randomness. The musicianship is hard to comprehend at first, but a sifting through of the multi-layered stacks of sound is worth the effort. Like any strong album that strives to challenge its listener, there is plenty to tackle here, with the shifting styles and chameleonic vocal deliveries representing but a small part of it. This record is thick, filled with brilliant production choices, and has invented a sound that is nearly impossible to describe in even the largest handful of words. If you're sick to death of the same ol', this is your remedy.