Paul Poulton Project | Looking for Someone to Blame

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Rock: British Invasion Rock: British Blues Moods: Featuring Guitar
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Looking for Someone to Blame

by Paul Poulton Project

Rock that snaps, crackles and pops, you'll also get a whiff of blues with some deep meaningful lyrics to boot.
Genre: Rock: British Invasion
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  Song Share Time Download
1. She Sees Other Men
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2. Don't Blame Me
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3:34 $0.69
3. Get Some Troubles 2
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4. Ain't It a Shame
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5. Rock the Flock
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6. Yeah Yeah
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7. They Don't Like It
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8. Married People
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9. Trouble
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10. Displaced People
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11. I've Seen Too Much
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12. Hombre
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Album Notes
The Paul Poulton Project tour across the UK and the US with their own brand of rock. One thing you can be sure of is that there is always a neat groove for the inviting lyrics to rest on. (Another thing you can be sure of is that the hardest tongue twister in the world is "gig whip" try saying it six times fast.)

The band is known for its high quality of musicianship. (And its low quality of education.)

Paul Poulton writes the songs, some of which have received TV and radio success across the world. (Wow!) One critic said of his guitar playing, "He makes the thing talk". (Yeah, but what does it say? "Aaaaagh!")

The band are wary of people who start a sentence by saying, "Can I be honest with you?" We say "No, just keep on telling us lies."


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Joshua Hauser

Subtly Uplifting.
The best description I can think of to describe the music overall is that it is subtly uplifting. It goes over the negative and then moves towards the positive. I guess you could say it's insidiously or insinuatively inspiring. The message of hope just sort of creeps up on you. It's not blatant or obvious. Right now I am digging it.