Paul Poulton Project | Some People Believe Anything

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Some People Believe Anything

by Paul Poulton Project

Some People Believe Anything serves up a hot helping of guitar-based rhythmic funk, garnished with melodic modern rock and sautéed with a pinch of blues. Paul’s songs have never fallen neatly into a box, he looks at subjects from unusual angles.
Genre: Rock: Funk Rock
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1. Anything
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5:21 $0.79
2. Bad Things People Do
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3. Crying Out Loud
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3:18 $0.79
4. Don't Break Up
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5. Saw the Devil
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6. Sons of Anak
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7. Here in Heaven
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8. Porn
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9. The Image
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10. Reader's Digest
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11. Touch Me
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12. Cover Me (Bonus Track)
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13. DBU Acoustic (Bonus Track)
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Some of the riffs used on 'Some People Believe Anything' could bring early rhythm and blues albums to mind. The songs spark into life with a modern feel and edge leaving space and air for the lyrics to breath out their challenge. There is a contemporary yet retro feel to some of the tracks, which is helpful because a few of the songs look back at where the human race has been and some to where we're heading. Dante's Inferno crops up so does Homer's Greek myths along with a good dose of everyday life as we live it now. Some people may feel they are going through Hell, when in fact it is the road to Heaven.


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