Paul Powers | Living in Between the Future and the Past

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Living in Between the Future and the Past

by Paul Powers

Genre: Rock: American Underground
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1. Taos
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5:00 $0.29
2. Somebody's Missing
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3. E=mc Squared
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4:33 $0.29
4. Krunk # 9 (Southside Pimpin')
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5. Living in Between the Future and the Past
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6. Fighting a Dream
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2:25 $0.29
7. Feryall
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5:07 $0.29
8. Memories and Photographs (Dedicated to Biggie Smalls)
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9. In Search of Ourselves
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4:52 $0.29
10. Move On Down the Line
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4:15 $0.29
11. The Purple Heart
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12. Kool Kats (Theme for a Maserati)
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13. Fine Line
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2:34 $0.29
14. New Violence
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3:19 $0.29
15. Too Much Time
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16. Summer Rain
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17. Goodbye
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rory guillemettte

E = mc squared
the music is groovy it makes me think of things like tabaco shops and hookahs. cool songs definately got that 70's feel to it and simple catchy hooks. but what is the song E=mc squared about?!

Earl Carrier

Good Place to be.
Like a dream with reflection and searching for the answers. Krunk is good urban funk. Feryall is very inspirational. In Search of Ourselves and New Violence kick ass, Purple Heart (Pink Floyd), Too Much Time upbeat and to the point.
Fine Line should be a hit.