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Virtual Riot – We’re Not Alone (2014). Posted by NewAlbumReleases. net On August - 11 - 2014. Artist: Virtual Riot. Album: We’re Not Alone. Format: MP3 247Kbps, FLAC.

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To support You’re Not Alone, Andrew . will embark on a North American tour starting next month; find the full itinerary here. You can grab tickets here. Joan Baez announces farewell tour dates.

Douglas Eddy Před měsícem. debate! Douglas Eddy Před měsícem. the Disengage EP is so special that I think it stands alone as their best in the entire catalog. Sure it's only 3 songs. But the focus and song structure they had on that recording was epic and transcended the genre. Never judge a release anything more than it is to what you can realize beyond yourself. This album is a time that happened and and effort that YOT accomplished. Read the pun. A time to remember.

You’re Not Alone,’ as a song, an album, and a music video, seeks to acknowledge and amplify the presence of a power that’s both dark and light – to celebrate the transcendent beauty in both negative and positive experiences while maintaining a determined and resilient spirit throughout, . By inverting every polarity and reflecting every opposite, we can unite the highest and lowest parts of ourselves, and rejoice in the ever-contrasting intensity of being alive. released You’re Not Alone in March, marking his first album since 2009’s 55 Cadillac. That same year, the musician released Gundam Rock, a compilation featuring reworked material from the Japanese anime series, Gundam, while in 2011 . released The Party All Goddamn Night EP. . is currently on the road in support of You’re Not Alone. The North American leg wraps September 28th in Orlando, Florida.

You’re Not Alone, his first album in nine years, sounds the way getting bludgeoned to death with a pillowcase full of hardcover Tony Robbins books feels. The self-help angle, honed by years of motivational speaking and advice-column side-hustle, is made explicit via three-minute spoken-word interludes-pep talks to help get you through your day, or maybe just the album itself. It is the Gronk of listening experiences and loathes subtlety with as much holy fervor as it loathes negativity.

So it does with You're Not Alone, the singer's (or rather, shouter's) fifth studio outing and first in eight years. The album follows 2009's 55 Cadillac, which despite what one might surmise based on that title and . s personality was not a hard-rocking tribute to fast cars. Instead, 55 Cadillac showcased . s skills behind the piano, which while not revelatory are at the very least mildly surprising coming from a guy whose wheelhouse consists mostly of power chords and screamed vocals. The sounds that shape You're Not Alone are the same that make I Get Wet, Andrew . s 2001 debut and breakthrough, the minor classic that it is: heavily distorted chords on the guitar, faux-operatic electric organs, and vocal parts that tread the line between singing and screaming.

Pressure grows upon me, I gonna fight it with all I got It's the way they look at me, I don't know who I can trust. How long - they'll keep pushing us How long - will we accept it, not saying a single word My choice is to fight with everything I have I know - I'm not the only one I know I'm not alone. Look around, just tell me now, Don't you see we can make a change We can break down this walls With the blood running through our veins.