Pete List | The Amazing Headless Boy

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The Amazing Headless Boy

by Pete List

Groove driven music with strong melodic vocal hooks and elements of progressive rock, math rock, ska and some luscious fretless bass licks.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. That Little Thing
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2. Everytime
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3. The Innovator
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4. Creep
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5. Time of My Life
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Amazing Headless Boy is the journey through the many musical tastes of Pete List that range from heavy Primus-like bass driven songs to smooth hypnotic grooves and layered harmonies and memorable melodies. While driven by a strong groove, all the songs have a precarious edge that threaten to come apart at any moment.

The Amazing Headless Boy is a schizophrenic mix of styles that range from the driving Primus-like “That Little Thing”, to the Math Rockish “Everytime”, to the smooth hypnotic fretless bass groove of “The Innovator”, to “Creep” a ska-influenced song about the crazy downstairs neighbor, to the haunting cry in your beer song “Time of My Life” that sounds like a cross between Tom Waits and Radiohead. And the cartoonish barbershop quartet tune “Thanks” wraps up the party.


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Teuta Ilyriana

Great album!
This record is fearless!A robust and exciting, yet surprisingly polished and mature debut album.