Soletta | The Road Back Home

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The Road Back Home

by Soletta

The Road Back Home (the band's third release to date) was produced, engineered and mixed by Paul Leavitt and the song "New Wave" features Fred Mascherino of Taking Back Sunday, The Color Fred, and Terrible Things.
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1. Where You Belong
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2. This Road
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2:58 $0.99
3. If You Want it Enough
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3:15 $0.99
4. The New Wave (feat. Fred Mascherino)
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3:30 $0.99
5. Only You
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3:59 $0.99
6. Hold On
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7. Wake Up
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The Road Back Home (the band's third release to date) was produced, engineered and mixed by Paul Leavitt and the song "New Wave" features Fred Mascherino of Taking Back Sunday, The Color Fred, and Terrible Things. "That The Road Back Home sounds this effortless, this comfortable and this pristine, makes one wonder, what exactly is this band capable of? Can they write hit singles in their sleep? All seven songs on The Road Back Home indicates that they probably can. So there it is. Urgent, passionate, explosive, sun-drenched songs ruminating about the quandaries of the college years. If this sounds enticing, give Soletta a try. Chances are, they might just save your life. " - Gregory Robson, Absolutepunk.net


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