Nothing Still | A Black Tie Affair (Special Edition)

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A Black Tie Affair (Special Edition)

by Nothing Still

Dance/Rock with a twist of lime
Genre: Rock: Arena Rock
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1. Magnum Girl
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2. Interlude #1
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3. Twilight Years
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4. Valentine
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5. Interlude #2
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6. Starting My Heaven Tonite
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7. Interlude #3
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8. Mexican City Beach Mix [Magnum Girl (Random Dyad Remix)
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9. Robots Go to Heaven [Starting My Heaven Tonite (Random Dyad Remix)
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10. Smell the Glove Mix (Love Sick Random Dyad Remix)
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11. Twilight (Twilight Years Random Dyad Remix)
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12. Baby Doll (Live Acoustic Demo)
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13. Magnum Girl (Live Acoustic Demo)
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14. Love Sick (Live Acoustic Demo)
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15. Twilight Years (Live Acoustic Demo)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Emilio Hernandez (vocals/guitar), Tom Fedke (bass), Patrick Slusser (drums), and Anthony Ficken (lead guitar) are the embodiment of this 4-piece electronic alternative pop band. Since their formation in late 2000, Nothing Still has made an unbelievable amount of progress in St. Louis and around the Midwest. Their unprecedented sound is indescribable to anyone who's ears have not yet been graced by this unmatched eclectic blend of genres. The unparalleled combination of synth, rock and pop with a dash of a dark side (think The Cure) makes this band a breath of fresh air from other generic synth-rock acts.


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