mercurial rage | the funeral sessions

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the funeral sessions

by mercurial rage

New Wave, electronic, pop
Genre: Pop: 80's Pop
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3. Simon
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4. Devil Girl
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Unafraid to give voice to the lasciviousness and skullduggery that has produced them, Mercurial Rage is a quicksilver musical experience that delivers delicious tight-pants rock shows. Mercurial Rage is the lovechild of angst and lust, filling the vacuum left by today’s sensationalistic pop music. In the Rage, fans will find this generation’s voicing of inner turmoil, dirty thoughts and bitter questions. This band is a well-cased group of sexy beat masters. Their music lives in a place where experimental sound, classic electronica and originally mixed beats and lyrics meet to dance. A nimbus of keyboard and spare guitar chases around the reckoning of lust and rage the band calls out—and like all good music, conjures art out of life. The velvet vocals are seductive, the deliberate electronica swoons, all in all a modern day siren call to the rocky shores of pleasure. Their songs cling to the darkness and its shadowy lurkers. Listening to the sultry vocals and tempting rhythm Mercurial Rage lays down, it’s plain to see the on-stage Rage love to sin as much as they love to sing about it. JKulju (www.jakekulju.com)


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Mike T

Great Album ***** Five Out Of Five Stars *****
This album is exactly what I have been waiting for. I'm heavy into this new wave revival of hot dance tracks and catchy hooks and this album delivers with the best of them. ***** Five Out Of Five Stars *****