Trevor R Todd | Bi-Polar Roller Coaster

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Bi-Polar Roller Coaster

by Trevor R Todd

Using exotic acoustic instruments such as a Cajon, Bajo Sexto and cello, A truly original, and amazing vehichle for superb songwriting has emerged.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. Lock The Door
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2. Your Own Sins
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4:55 $0.99
3. My Queen
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5:29 $0.99
4. Stand
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3:20 $0.99
5. Hysterical
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4:28 $0.99
6. One Percent
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7. Closing Time
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Robert Frasier- Public Relations

Bi- Polar Roller Awesome!
What an amazing album. Trevor has suprised us all once more, with a timeless, haunting, and truly original album. Have you seen the list of instruments he played on this thing? Bajo Sexto, Cajon, Cello. He made it all alone too. I haven't stopped listening and I've had it 2 weeks. Fantastic work for sure. Make sure and download the whole album right now. It is amazing. From the dark driving riffs of " Your Own Sins" and " Stand" to the haunting "Hysterical" and " Closing Time", this album covers it all, without ever plugging in an amp. Bravo Mr. Todd! Robert Fraiser PR