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Humanized
  • Artist: Human Project II
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 796873030762
  • Item #: SRD303076
  • Genre: Blues
  • Release Date: 2/19/2008
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Humanized on CD

The Human Is back with his new CD, Human Project II, 'Humanized,' a follow up to his successful 2006 release, 'The Real Stuff.' 'Humanized' contains 10 more original songs that venture into hard rockin territory characterized by crunchy guitars, drivin bass lines and killer keyboards...and of course the Human's vocals right out front. The Human has developed quite a following with fans across the globe because his lyrics paint vivid pictures of real life and the music will get you thinking, smilin and movin. 'My V8 Ford' absolutely sets the disc on fire with it's driving groove and lyrics that take you on a journey that begins at a Texas roadhouse just outside of Dallas. 'Bad Momma' will get you in a Stones type rock and roll shakin groove. The southern rocker 'Goin South' will take you on a journey to southern hotspots and will set you down on Beale St. In Memphis. 'High Anxiety' is a killer blues rocker that sounds like it came out of the Mississippi Delta. Not completely abandoning his blues roots is the slow soulful tune 'The Creepers.' The mood is set with Dana Long's killer guitar rhythm and hot riffs that set a haunting tone. The Human's vocal takes you on a scary trip out into the streets soaked by the light of a full moon where people creepin are up to no good. Then there is 'Modern Day Folksong,' a statement by The Human on his frustrations with the middle east. From top to bottom, this CD rocks and takes you on a journey that you can easily relate to...you have probably been there or know someone who has. So, get ready to get 'Humanized.' There just ain't that much music like this out there anymore.