Willamena | Lost in the Shadows

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Lost in the Shadows

by Willamena

Original Midwestern hook-filled guitar pop/rock, in the vein of Tom Petty, U2, REM, and the Beatles.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. When Love Rescued Me
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2. Falling Through the Sky (Radio Mix)
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3. Broken Heart
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4. Edge
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5. Oklahoma
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6. She'd See Everything
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7. A Heart Just Weighs You Down
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8. Bury Me
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9. I Used to See
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10. The Things That I Forgot
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Lance Hendrickson

Rock n' roll that means something.
Too many bands these days put out albums with one, maybe two really good/memorable songs, and then fill up the rest of the tracks with whatever. Perhaps that's a reflection of how popular culture has evolved over the years. AOR ("album-oriented rock") radio is gone, as are the days when a DJ could dig down to cut #9 of the Stones' "Let it Bleed" to find something like "You Can't Always Get What You Want." By 1983, corporate America fed us Taco, and today the menu includes one-trackers like OK Go, and PSY.
Fortunately, there still rare exceptions to this trend. Green Day's Grammy-winner "American Idiot" went five platinum singles deep, for example. I bought it on its release date, and I told everyone who'd listen that it'd be the record of the year. From start to finish, those guys obviously had something to say. It was a real album instead of just a single-shover, similar to Queensryche's "Operation Mindcrime." I've listened to rock radio in something like 42 states over the years, and I must've heard at least six different tracks from each of those records on the air at one time or another. To me, that's a sign of whether an album's worth making a part of my life -- buying it, playing it, and carting it around on moving day. REO Speedwagon's "Hi Infidelity" comes to mind. Petty's "Damn the Torpedos" does, too.
Willamena isn't a well-known band, yet. They're not a big-label act, either. But even though "Lost in the Shadows" is a new record from an unknown band, at least three tracks have already made it to radio in various states & countries. That's pretty good evidence for my opinion, I suspect: if you like rock n' roll with something to say, "Lost..." is one of those rare works that ought to become a part of your life.