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  • Artist: Primrose Path
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 747728869020
  • Item #: SRD886902
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 5/22/2001
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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'Primrose Path produces a sound that will make your insides vibrate.' Have you ever pursued a passion knowing that it could lead to self-destruction? If so, you know what it's like to be on the primrose path. If not, just ask the band Primrose Path. This Boston rock quintet has been cutting it's own path to musical nirvana and, barring self-destruction, won't stop. Combining the best of melodic rock, quirky pop, and gritty funk, Primrose Path features captivating live performances, intelligent songwriting, and skilled musicianship. Their songs engage the heart and mind, inviting the listener to think as well as feel. Primrose Path is something you've never encountered before, but once you've heard their diverse music and experienced their dynamic live performance, you'll be hooked. Primrose Path is dedicated to producing music that is original, honest, and memorable. The band's music incorporates a variety of styles and rhythms, testing the boundaries of the rock genre. With stirring and often dark lyrical themes ('Chris Inglesi's songwriting holds it's own'), strong haunting guitar lines ('Lead guitarist Cory Veilleux adds a wild edge to the songs with his creative guitar riffs'), lead vocalist Joelle Berger's incredible four octave range ('Joelle's strength is that she can be angry and powerful then soft and sexy in the same breath'), dynamic rhythms ('Jeremy Ellman's thunderous drumming is only matched by his crazy stage antics'), and David Keller's ever present low-end ('guttural, room-shaking bass'), Primrose Path's music continues to impress.