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End of An Error
  • Artist: Chocolate Tiger
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 837101156769
  • Item #: SRD115676
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 4/4/2006
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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End of An Error on CD

'Like what's playing in your head when you wake up just before sunrise and catch the perfect orange glow, it's music to fall in love with the world to.' Announcing the debut album from Chocolate Tiger - The End of an Error. It's release will be celebrated with the debut concert at Tonic in New York City on June 22nd at 10 p.m. Brought to life by the songwriting talents of Nicholas Naylor-Leyland and produced alongside the keen ears of Grammy winner Michael Leonhart, Chocolate Tiger presents an album built to last. It is curiously accessible music: the warm and colorful exterior beguiles and enchants, while the crafty, often cheeky lyrics, shadowy undertones, and aural conundrums add ample intrigue - rewarding careful listeners throughout many encounters. 'Just cool enough, just warm enough, just airy enough, just light and breezy enough - like spring is supposed to be!' Luxurious and lush, yet surprisingly stimulating, The End of an Error encompasses thirteen sophisticated, well-crafted pop songs. It surges through both uncharted waters and well-trafficked ports alike, fearlessly flouting the vicissitudes of what is hip. Imagine soulful 70's pop stars on a class trip to Rio, updated and emboldened by their well-heeled tour guide. It is likely to captivate Sadé, Steely Dan, Beck, David Byrne, Elvis Costello, and Sufjan Stevens fans, while also sounding satisfyingly familiar to those raised on Sanford and Son, Get Smart, and I Dream of Jeanie. Here one finds bold calls to awaken (Wake Up, Chestnut, The Opportunist), lullabies for adults (After Her, Ocean, Yes, Darling) and commiserations for erring lovers (The Gospel According to Me, Snowman Suntan).