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Destitution Revolution

by LoonaC

From Austin Texas, LoonaC has brought a new sound to Hip-Hop music. With the 2006 album release of "Justification For Inebriation", and now, "Destitution Revolution" he has tested boundries of genre and created his own sound.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Alternative Hip Hop
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1. Here We Come
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2. Here We Go
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3. Sexy Body
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4. The Way You Move
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5. Untrue
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6. Change
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7. New Day
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8. One Goal
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9. Let It Go
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10. Surreal
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11. When I'm Gone
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12. Not Going Down
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13. Ripping At The Seams
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14. How We Roll
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15. Song 15
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16. The Way You Move (Remix)
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17. Here We Come (Remix)
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18. Change (Remix)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
I would like to thank everyone, including my friends and family, who have stood by me over the years, and encouraged me to keep going. This album was a long time in the making and I appreciate everyone's patience in making this the best album it can be. The concept behind this album was to give people another glimpse into the world of LoonaC, taking as many talented people along for the ride as possible to help start the Revolution. This is a personal Revolution and a demonstration of will to show that we will not be stopped. This is the next step in a continuation of a journey, started years ago, and a new beginning for many. I hope everyone enjoys this album and thank you all for listening.

-LoonaC

Special thanks to all the musicians and artists featured on this album.
Caleb Williams, & Brian Vose of Noltey played guitar & Bass on Ripping At The Seams.
Wendy Wilson played piano on, and helped produce, Surreal, Let It Go, & Here We Go.
Jon Olson played guitars on Let It Go.
Scratches laid down on One Goal by Slosh the Radioactivist.
Additional vocals on Untrue by Erin Marie and Heather Fugate

All songs written by LoonaC & co-written by:
Change & Song 15 - Slosh the Radioactivist, & Gemini The Gingerbread Man
Here We Go, Surreal, & Let It Go - Wendy Wilson
The Way You Move - K.A.
Untrue - Jediah
Here We Come - D Powers verse written by Chili Moe
One Goal - Slosh the Radioactivist
Not Going Down, & How We Roll - Cyanne
Ripping At The Seams - Candance Washington & Kira Jones
Sexy Body - D Powers
The Way You Move (Remix) - K.A. & Gemini The Gingerbread Man
Here We Come (Remix) - Novacain A.K.A. Shivermetimbers & Slosh the Radioactivist
Change (Remix) - Slosh the Radioactivist & Novacain A.K.A. Shivermetimbers

All tracks except 3 & 8 produced by LoonaC & Switched Vision Records
One Goal produced by Allen Chickering of The Dope Engineers & LoonaC
Sexy Body produced by D Powers of Body Rockin Music & LoonaC

LoonaC - Insanity followed by brief moments of clarity.

LoonaC.com
myspace.com/loonac
svrecords.net

Album Art by
Jaime Butler

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Destitution Revolution
This is an excellent second offering from LoonaC. The beats are written well and offer a great diversity on this album. Here We Come is a great opening track and really gets the album moving. Change is one of those anthems everyone will be singing. New Day is a good example of the diversity of genres on the album as it almost has a pounding electric alternative feel to it. One goal has a dark goth feel to it. Let It Go has an element of hope built in and the vocals are great throughout. Surreal is the ballad that feels almost like it could be played at church with the keyboards and angelic vocals. Song 15 rounds out the album as a track that needs to be played at all the live shows. I highly recommend this album. We need more fresh music like this coming out.
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