Rick Soto | The Land of Confusion

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The Land of Confusion

by Rick Soto

Part 1 of a musical testimony, with modern echos of the Beatles, Mike Viola, Squeeze, the Raspberries and the guy with the cor anglais; check it, get it, hear it responsibly by playing loud.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Please Mr. Monkberry
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2. Angela
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3. Oh Jamie!
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4. Change the World
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5. Are You Having a Good Time Tonight?
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6. So Sad About...
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7. Sister Lonely
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8. Kiss You Goodbye
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9. Living in the Land of Confusion
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10. Again
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11. (Hold Me) Like an Angel
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Album Notes
Self-penned and playing all instruments, this is Rick Soto's first album, featuring factitious storytelling and melody driven pop/rock. The influences can't help but be evident in this 11 song collection; Lennon & McCartney, Dylan, the Pretenders, Jellyfish, Viola, and other interesting sounds heard throughout the years. How can one man live so much? How can one man gain and lose so much? How can one man... Just kidding, please buy my album and someone get this into the hands of Mr. Monkberry so we can write a song or two.

Hey, there's extra space here for me to write stuff. I hope I don't get charged by the letter; self producing an album takes time and some dough, so maybe I should stop typing.
No, I won't. How many albums will I get to do? I'm going to say what I have to say and that's all there is to it. I'll keep blabbing about what I want until I run out of space, since I have this forum and everyone will j


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