Satiate | The Anatomy of Heartbreak

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The Anatomy of Heartbreak

by Satiate

Digitally flavored hard rock, featuring members of Triggerpimp, Anna Thema and TCR.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Pointy Ribs
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2. (Pushed Away) Empty
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3. My Heart, the Whore
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4. Lack of Faith
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5. What I Feel...
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7. Church of the Poison Mind
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8. I Taste Fine (not of a sound mind)
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9. This Is for You (My Heart Beat)
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Album Notes
Everything you have been told to love is a lie.

But do you love it? Everyday you make that decision. Everyday you choose to be satiated by filth and decay, and every day you choose to let your humanity slip further away. Everyday you can lose yourself in the lie. Everyday you choose.

Do you want to wrap yourself in glitz and glamour? Do you want to be dazzled by the lure of the lights? Do you want to live forever? Do you want to burn out your eyes?

This is California. This is Hollywood.

Celebrity is not the answer. Celebrity is a hollow mask. Celebrity is another stick shaken in the face of the endless night, another religion, a hollow rite for shallow times.

We play the game of Meaning, and too many fall at the obstacles hidden along the path. It is a false destination.

To find your way, you must remember the name of the game. Success is more than ambition, it is the reason you started to play.

It is the memory of who you are.

We know who we are.

Do you?

Celebrity is NOT the answer.

Here's two more reviews left on other digital download sites:

mmbot - The cd is an amazing disc. Already going in with high expectations, I was blown away. They walk a tightrope between different genres that makes it hard to classify them, not that they don't fit in any rock genre just fine, it's just you don't want to sell them short. TC's vocal work and songwriting is further proof of her seemingly endless talents. I can't beg anyone considering giving them a listen enough to take a shot and give them a chance, they deserve it, and better yet you deserve to experience this stellar piece of music.

Lady Parasite - Satiate's debut record is a very beautiful and dark record that never fails to intrigue. TC's vocals are some of the most interesting vocals I have ever heard. Lyrically the band is quite complex with it's poetry and never become dull or "cheesy." Satiate is definitely a band that should get more recognition for its dark, moody and quite often heavy rhythms and melodies. If you like this record check out TC's other band, TCR, with Agent Moulder, formerly of Jack Off Jill.


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This CD is the best $10 (+ s&h) I've ever spent!
Satiate- The Anatomy Of Heartbreak-
The first thing that struck me about this album was that I wanted to listen to it all the way through right off the bat. Usually, when I get an album, I listen to the song that I know for the first week or so, and then I give the rest of it a shot. Not this one. I would like to attribute this phenomenal break in habit to the consistency of the album. The Anatomy of Heartbreak has nine tracks that are individually wonderful pieces, and yet they fit together to make a complete body- and by body, I’m talking about a finely composed album.
What pushed The Anatomy of Heartbreak into the industrial metal (and I use the category label loosely) masterpiece is the fifth track, “What I feel”. In my experience, when a kick-ass hard rock band tries to “bring it down a little” and record a ballad, it can be the downfall of an album. Hard rock ballads, especially from post-80’s bands, tend to be awkward, ill-fitting with the rest of the tracks, and… well, complete disasters. I usually just skip right over them and pretend that they aren’t there.
In vast contradiction to this generalization, “What I Feel” caught my attention from the first few chords. It has an underlying mysterious element that I find appealing in many bands that hail from the New Orleans area. The best way that I can describe it- a hypnotizing audio fog, rolling with frustration, paint, and longing. It certainly helps that TC allows the softer, pretty side of her voice to truly shine with the delicately composed music. Did I mention that TC and Gary Finneran have a union of vocal bliss in this song? This track had the potential to destroy a great album. Thankfully, Satiate put a little time and effort into it and created one of the best examples of what happens when a hard rock ballad is done right.
The Anatomy of Heartbreak is one of the best albums that I’ve bought in a long time. I could spend days writing pages about the little treasures tucked into each song, but you should really just buy it and see for yourself.


Poetry To Rock Music
Satiate's debut album is one of the most amazing CDs I have ever had the pleasure of listening to. Many fans of rock that I know dread hearing female-fronted bands because they're often trying to emulate their male counterparts and failing. However, Satiate's TC proves that there are some ladies out there that can blow the guys away vocally. She's a vocal gymnast, showcasing her amazing and versatile voice over 9 songs.

The songs are poetry set to rock music. Each of them stands alone as an individual masterpiece yet they all come together to create a masterful album. There is not one song on there that you won't feel deep inside, from the punchy Pushed Away Empty to the slightly slower What I Feel. Each song has been carefully crafted to be perfection and the album is a must have.