Milan Polak | Murphy's Law

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Murphy's Law

by Milan Polak

Like a heavier Ritchie Kotzen, Murphy’s Law is the perfect extension of its predecessor (straight) with a more modern sound, heavier, less bluesy, more guitar, more progressive, more choirs & backing vocals and even some oriental sounds.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Progressive Metal
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1. Murphy's Law
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2. No God
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3:39 album only
3. Inner Truth
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3:37 album only
4. Losing Me
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5. Wannabees
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6. The Opposite of Love
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7. Sheeple
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3:33 album only
8. Torn
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4:32 album only
9. Alien Nation
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10. Fake
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11. The Mystery of Life
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After 2 instrumental releases Milan Polak released his first vocal album “Straight” in 2007. Now 2 years on “Murphy’s Law” is the perfect extension of its predecessor with a more modern sound, heavier, less bluesy, more guitar (e.g. “Murphy’s Law”), more progressive (e.g. “Sheeple”, “The Mystery Of Life”), more choirs & backing vocals (e.g. “Inner Truth”) and even some oriental sounds (e.g. "No God", "Inner Truth") and a great representation of an artist that is delivering music true to his soul and ideals in life.

“Murphy’s Law” is an accessible album full of strong vocal hooks, great guitar work and mature song writing from one of Europe’s most in demand session musicians who is now forging his own fan base.



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