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Metal/Punk: Hardcore Punk Electronic: Dubstep Moods: Solo Male Artist
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Maybe Whitney

by Maybe Whitney

Fist pumping Metal straight out of Detroit, MI.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Hardcore Punk
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1. Intro
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2. Simon Says
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3. Don't Cheat Yourself, Treat Yourself (feat. Matt Anderson)
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4. Karma Has a First Name (feat. Phil Druyor)
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5. I Call It My Need to Eat (feat. Ashley Beavers)
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6. Swallow Some Makeup so You Can At Least Be Pretty On the Inside
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7. Move in Silence (feat. Swifty McVay)
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8. Rumor Has It You're a Buster (feat. Flexxx Moore & Matt Dalton)
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9. Hero Is an Understatement
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10. Outro
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Album Notes
Exploding on the scene with a brand new genre, Maybe Whitney comes straight out of Detroit, Michigan. Frontman Steven Kasapis started his career fronting many different styles of bands consisting of Hardcore, Metal, Rock and Screamo. Bored with the conventions of those genres, Steven couldn't be satisfied until he started something new, something fresh, and something previously unheard. Maybe Whitney's sonic DNA contains elements of heavy hitting Dubstep, Club and Dance grooves combined with raw intense vocals to create a sound on its own level. At the forefront of the future comes Maybe Whitney and 2013 marks the start of the new movement.


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