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Rock: Sadcore Rock: Folk Rock Moods: Mood: Brooding
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Nothing to Declare

by The Unknown Artist

Rock/pop intermeshed with occasions of Irish ballad with influences ranging from Lennon to Bowie to Leonard Cohen.
Genre: Rock: Sadcore
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1. Save Me
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2. 1916
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3. Ode to a Plague
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4. Here I Am
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5. Crusaders
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6. Underground
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7. How Does It Feel
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8. Time Is Keeping Score
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9. Far Behind Me
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10. Nothing to Declare
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11. Musique Pour Un Fantôme
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The Unknown Artist

I am a 32 year old singer songwriter . I picked up an old battered guitar at the age of 15 and soon thereafter began writing songs.
These songs are a diary of lifes changing moods, felt, harnassed and moulded into melody and lyric.

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Great album !! Give us more!!
This CD is definitely one of those that pull you in deeper each time you hear it. Full of emotion it reels you into the artists mind. Lots of great tunes, great lyrics . Just check out the last one! Great stuff, give us more.

Sarah Benoit

Great new talent, varied styles, fantastic lyrics - some fun, some seriousness
This album has a tremendous progression to it. Several genres of influence are apparent, perhaps derived from the authors varied background. Author is a key word actually. The lyrics are complex and stirring, particularly on your fourth or fifth listen when they all begin to settle into some familiar bits of sense. The album has moments of an energetic pop-rocky flavor, classic balads here-and-there (that make you want to know the words), and some more ambiguous and serious tunes like the final song (love it). This guy’s a talent particularly since it was recorded on home equipment… check it out for sure.