Leonard Stevens | Chronic Massive 2012

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Chronic Massive 2012

by Leonard Stevens

Get your ears bent to this new and unique sounding sexy twist in Rock ! Van Halen ,U2, Missy Elliot, Chemical Bros, Djavan, Celia Cruz, Justin Timberlake, Bjork, Zawinul. All contribute DNA to this record.
Genre: Rock: Album Rock
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1. Chronic Massive 2012
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2. That Girl
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3. Only Gettin' Better
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4. Thank You Very Much (Muito Obrigado)
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5. Dance Dance
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6. Ruff Girls
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7. Child's Play
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8. Worker Drones
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9. Surf's Up
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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A very unique and original sounding collection of songs. Familiar but still very original sounding.

6 vocal tunes and 3 instrumentals. A new ear bending genre defying sexy twist on the concept of Rock and Roll.

Influenced largely by the Uber cool and eclectic U street music scene (In Washington DC). If you listen closely you'll hear influences of Van Halen, Prince, Celia Cruz, Djavan, The Chemical Bros., 88 keys, Missy Elliot, Talking Heads, Brent Mason, Scott henderson, Steve Vai, Zapp, Bjork, Santana, Hendrix, James Brown, and even a little Justin Timberlake. And probably quite a few more if you've got a good set of ears.

Definitely not your mama's rock album. Unless she's fine!!!


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