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Love Asphyxia
  • Artist: Nowhere Man
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 825346386126
  • Item #: CDBY638612
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 11/30/2004
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Love Asphyxia on CD

'Love Asphyxia takes the guitar-driven pop sound that Tucson bands have been perfecting over the last few years and saturates it with ascerbic psychedelia. . . Mark my words; this is the landmark album of a cohesive musical underground.' - NadaMucho.com (Seattle, WA) From the unique solo projects of acclaimed songwriter Vikas to a full-blown live music experience, Nowhere Man has come to represent the collective musical vision of five distinct and gifted individuals. Their first self-released album, 2003's Considered To Tears, won the 2004 Tucson Weekly Critic's Choice Award for Best New Release and enjoyed consistent airplay on regional college and community radio stations. Nowhere Man's latest release, Love Asphyxia, opens the door to an exciting chapter in the band's history. Recorded in Tucson this past year, the album displays their nique ability to craft emotionally satisfying pop that is independant in spirit and expressive and colorful in nature. They are currently finishing recording an ep for radio with Ed Buller (producer for Suede, Spiritualized, and Pulp) and are planning a tour for next spring. 'What Nowhere Man produces is a style of Indie-pop rock that tickles the ears - commanding your undivided attention.' - AZ Nightbuzz 'Vikas' voice, reminiscent of Elvis Costello's or British singer/songwriter Paul Weller's, has a dreamy quality. It pulls you in and compels you to listen over and over.' - The Daily Bulletin (Pomona, CA) '. . . an extremely cohesive rock album that is mainstream enough to garner airplay yet so tight and catchy that I defy any rock fan to not enjoy . . . catchy and mature for such a young band.' - Delusions of Adequacy.net.