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A throwback to the glory days of the big, sweeping anthem, the self-titled debut (Geffen) from Aberdeen, Scotland's six-piece Driveblind is just the cure for those in need of a good old-fashioned jolt of mainstream rock.
The self-titled album was released on December 13, 2014, without promotion, the usual gimmicks associated with an album release and pre-release announcement.
With this free self-titled album, listeners will walk away with an understanding of who The Night Runners are and where they can catch them next.
West Indian themes and female figures are the inspirations of Caribbean artist Shan Kelly Cecilio's self-titled calendar (Pomegranate, ISBN 0-764-91419-7).
The group's venerable string of singles from its self-titled Inpop debut, including "Look What You've Done" and "Treasure," which hit #1 stateside, resulted in the 2001 Dove Awards for "Rock Album of the Year.
Solo'' by the socially conscious Guatemalan singer-songwriter Ricardo Arjona, Colombia's Andrea Echeverri of Aterciopelado's fame and her maternally inspired self-titled solo debut, Kevin Johansen's eclectic ``Citi Zen'' and Italian singer Laura Pausini's rock-influenced ``Escucha.
Working with singularly named keyboard player Tomo, Schwartz has concocted six sublime urban pop gems for hey willpower's brand-new self-titled debut EP (on Cochon Records).
Pop star Thalia released the song on her 2002 self-titled album, then put out the Spanish version "Cerca De Ti" in 2004; it sailed to #1 on the Latin charts and has remained one of the singer's biggest selling singles to date.
Summary: The X Factor's Eoghan Quigg has released his much anticipated self-titled solo album.
Rock Musician and Author John Sullivan Has Announced the Simultaneous Co-Release of Two Separate Rock Music Projects: His First Solo-Fronted Band's Self-Titled CD, THE JOHN SULLIVAN BRIGADE, and His First-Ever Rock Music Mystery Novel, ROCK AND ROLL MURDER
Jimmy Eat World: ``Futures'' (Interscope) The follow-up to the Arizona alt-rock quartet's self-titled 2001 release features the single ``Pain.
On the five albums since her self-titled 1988 debut, she has gradually inverted the political-to-personal song ratio.