Two Worlds Apart | In the Garden of Hedon

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In the Garden of Hedon

by Two Worlds Apart

A heavier departure for the band with a retro 70's and 80's sound on several songs. Powerful lead vocals, strong pulsing bass and drums and cranked guitar.
Genre: Rock: Adult Contemporary
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1. Art of Communication
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2. In the Garden of Hedon
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4:19 $0.99
3. I'm Just a Doormat
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4:02 $0.99
4. Don't Demonize Me
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5. Find the Old Mountain
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6. Channel Your Energy
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7. Trophy Game
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8. Did You Ever
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9. I Saw a Grown Man Cry
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
For album number 5 the band changed it all around, dropping all the extra musicians and dialing the music down to vocals, drums, bass, and guitar with some occasional keyboard. The result is a set of original songs, played in a fairly straightforward rock style but with a twist, some math-rock, heavy rock singing in the vein of David Coverdale, wailing guitar, pulsing bass and top notch drumming. Melody is important and embraced throughout while the instrumental breaks are well managed so that the songs are strong and develop well.


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