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Emotion Frequency
  • Artist: Jimmy Strain
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479756290
  • Item #: SRD975629
  • Genre: Heavy Metal
  • Release Date: 4/29/2008
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Emotion Frequency on CD

Jimmy Strain is unique not only because he produces music as a one-man rock band, which is rare throughout the world, but because of his versatility. 'Emotion Frequency' is the second proof of Jimmy's talent as a musician, poet and artist. Hard to believe, but it is true that Jimmy writes all the music and verses, plays the guitar and other instruments, sings all the numbers, and designs the jacket of his album, doing all the photos and calligraphy by himself. The calm and lyrical opening is followed by 'Bird' that may remind the listeners of Judas Priest or Stratovarius.'Now' akes it's fans remember Metallica and wonder,'How can one person present this full, heavy metal sound?' 'Pieces of Me' may give the hint of the latest trend of Nu-metal, whereas the preceding works have the style of more traditional metal music. However, the lyrical yet highly technical guitar solo in the middle differentiates Jimmy from other Nu-metal musicians by presenting a wonderful example of his pursuit of melodic solo that has stories to tell. The next three songs have strong social messages. 'Morning Bread for Us' is an anti-war song. 'A Letter from an Aborted Baby'protests against abortion. 'Camouflage' is perhaps the most offensive song with the widest spectrum in the whole album; it could not have been born without Jimmy's first-hand experience of conscription. Then come 'Owl Girl' and 'Hope' of typical punk and metal core. 'Are You Following Me?'and 'A Girl with No Name' uses Korean folk melodies in their guitar solos. Through track '21122012,' Jimmy seems to say that he will be playing the guitar on the last day of his life or of the world. The last song, 'On the Broken Wings of My Father' is the only unplugged number in the album and Jimmy's tribute to his own father. This album consists of 16 tracks running 73 minutes and 12 seconds. It would be only natural if the listeners are enthralled by it's musical depth and extensiveness. It will be also very natural if the listeners shake their heads in disbelief: 'How could this have been done by a single person!' ---------------------------------------------------------- Jimmy Strain's 'Emotion Frequency' [Fully loaded Rock'n'Roll record : Over 70 minutes] For Fans of Metallica,Judas Priest,Iron Maiden, Fear Factory,Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple and other great Rock'n'Roll bands. Check out the sound clips. But you'll hear a lot more than sound clips from the actual record and you will enjoy it. The second record of Jimmy Strain, containing from Hard rock/Acoustic folk to Speed/Thrash metal for over 70 minutes.