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The cover of this album looks very familiar…

Joan Red

Artist: Joan Red
Album: Side Effects Of You
Label: Independent
Genre: Hard Rock
Street date: 2009-08-00
Quality: 205 kbps / 44.1kHz / Joint Stereo
Encoder: Lame 3.97 -V2 –vbr-new
Size: 63.27 MB
Time: 40:50 min
Url: http://www.myspace.com/joanred
1. Introduction 1:05
2. Can’t Let Go 3:37
3. Crush 4:01
4. You Be The Hero 3:48
5. Tortured 4:36
6. Sorry It’s Over 3:15
7. Strong Enough 4:05
8. Show Me The Way 3:17
9. Sorrow List 4:42
10. Changes 3:52
11. Prayer For Rain 4:32

With a sound all their own and a front man with the voice to
carry it, Joan Red is re-defining modern rock… and the new
definition rolls like this:

rock- (noun)- pronounced (rok) – JOAN RED; Powerful choruses
and catchy hooks driven by thunderous guitars and driving
beats. It’s music that takes you to another place. A place
where fans push to the front of the stage decked out in black
and red to pledge loyalty to a band that most have never
heard of. A place where fists pump in the air and the crowds
know the words to every song. This isn’t just a band. This
isn’t just a gig. Welcome to a place where every show is an
unforgettable “rock experience”. Welcome to JOAN RED

Formed in late 2006, the band wrote and recorded it’s first
EP “Spread The Red” at Paul Ebersold’s 747 studios in 2007
and began playing local venues and building a buzz. In
September 2008, they completed their first, full length album
and achieved notable regional success as well as radio
airplay in markets from Missouri to Mississippi. With 40,000
Myspace friends and over a million plays, Joan Red is
currently one of the most sought after live acts in the
Memphis area and boasts an impressive touring schedule with
performances booked through March ’09

Genres colliding, Joan Red has manipulated modern
songwriting in the Rock/Alternative/Power Rock formats to
feed their ‘rock hungry’ audience with limitless hooks and
choruses. Often described as “Disturbed” meets “The Killers”
they have shared the stage with national touring acts that
include 3 Days Grace, Seether, One Less Reason, Taproot
Egypt Central, Saving Abel, Staind and Trust Co

With their single “You Be The Hero” already impacting radio
their full length album set for release in Spring 2009, and
a non-stop touring schedule covering the Eastern half of the
U.S, Joan Red is undeniably ready to take on the masses

land-of-the-freeish

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