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For Every Day - s/t

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Reviewer:
Kaj Roth Format: Album
Year: 2008
Label: Independent
Genre: Modern Rock
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Welcome to the machine, here at the corporate rock machine we create new modern rock bands designed by state of the art technology and the latest updated sounds of radio ready music for active rock radio.
Today´s first assignement is a tough modern rock band that could be the next of kin to Framing Hanley or Breaking Benjamin, the machine has picked Dallas as the native town and the average number of 11 tracks on the album.
A few rock ballads and the rest is set for midtempo rockers with the normal formula of verse - chorus - verse - chorus type of song.
The green light means the machine has left out all possible odd song structures that might put an original touch to the album.
Don´t worry, the final result will be as safe as a Big Mac on McDonalds - it´s all in there....the right guitar sound, the faultless voice and the pro-tools produced drums.
Welcome to the machine, we make your music come true for every day.
We promise you songs as perfect as a Hollywood ending for every day.
You can call this band anything you like but for now, the machine will call them for every day.

Tracklisting 1. Crumbs
2. Forlorn
3. Cross The Line
4. The Price
5. Not Alone
6. Moments
7. The Silver Lining
8. Laid In Stone
9. Something Left
10. The War Within
11. Once


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