Sister Solace | Sister solace

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Sister solace

by Sister Solace

Sister Solace brings originality to the music industry with deep song lyrics and diffrent music styles from the Acoustic sounds of love and heartache to the Electronica vibe of strength and freedom. The Harmony these sisters have together is unique. enjoy
Genre: Pop: New Romantic
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1. Carousel
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2. Hourglass
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3. Your Theory
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4. Who I am
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5. Stay Here With Me
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6. Too Good For Me
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7. Set Me Free
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8. Wasted Heart
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9. Meant To Be
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10. Solace
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11. Adrenaline
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
We are sisters, born and raised in the Midwest, now living in the PNW & have always had a love for music, inspired by many people including our father Singer/Songwriter, Steve Healy. We have spent the past year creating our FIRST CD with him. We have focused on original pieces. It's been a long road, but very worth it. There is no way to explain what an impact this has had on our lives. We can only hope it will do the same for you :D Lyrics written by Angela Healy and Debra McKrill, music and production by Brooke & Steven Healy. As two sisters on the edge of the music industry, we're coming into our own style. From Acoustic to Electro, the work we have done on the album Sister Solace has allowed us to share our experiences and hearts with those we care so much about - and have yet to meet... past, present, and future.


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Heather

Yay for Sister Solace!
I LOVE the CD. The music is heartfelt and beautiful. Everything, even the art and disc itself are full of personalization and detail. The hard work that went into the album is obvious. Any amature undertones are easily compensated for by the pure joy that comes from teh music. I always rock it while cleaning up, or hanging out. Thanks!

"Mommy Solace"

Sister Solace
I Love this CD! The lyrics are insightful, the music is great and the vocals are diverse and invoke emotions. If you have ever been in a gut (yes I said gut!) wrenching relationship, you will be able to relate to this CD! Good job Sister Solace. Can't wait for the next one!

James Kiester

Sister Solace Makes Triumphant Debut
Sister Solace's debut album features eleven melodic songs which when combined produce an overall feeling of sweet melancholy and regret. Whether it's regret over having loved the wrong person (Too Good For Me, Wasted Heart) or a feeling of being trapped (Set Me Free), Brooke and Angela succeed in conveying the emotion behind the lyrics.

Mixed in with these words of remorse, are thoughts of strength and hope as well. "I'm not Daddy's girl, I say what I want, I do what I want, and I want to be free," is the line which best sums up the message, as I see it, of the entire album.

My favorite song on the CD is "Your Theory," which conveys the singer's disgust over intolerance and narrow mindedness. The song basically tells people to allow others to do what makes them them happy even if that happens to be smiling at the gray sky.

The album ends with the upbeat piece "Adrenaline" which comes across as a celebration of music itself. Elements of the piece sound almost tribal to me. These elements are combined with a techno keyboard sound to produce a unique ending to this collection.