Mister Hands | The Attic

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The Attic

by Mister Hands

Rock and pop and funk rolled into a diverse little journey.
Genre: Rock: Lo-Fi
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1. Together We Make a Great Team
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2. The Best of Times
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3. Sparkles
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4. Rough
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5. Just Being
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6. The Power of Choice
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7. A Disconnect
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8. Nothing
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9. Creeping Back
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10. Exit Strategy
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11. Realms
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12. Mr. Mind
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13. 5 Years
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14. The Reality of My Surroundings
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Rob Bruce from the band Mook likes to play instruments and record original compositions. His influences range from fellow DIY artists like Beck to the obvious choice of the Beatles. Over the course of a year Rob wrote and recorded a staggering amount of music and finally felt confident in a select number that could make a pretty cool album. Styles vary while conveying a similar mood throughout. Music for people who like music.

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Judy Pancoast

Rob Bruce...blew my mind
The music on this CD is impossible to classify, yet it is mesmerizing, edgy and impossible to ignore. Rob experiments with lyric and soundwaves to create rich tapestries of music, each one more deftly layered than the last. I especially enjoyed the juicy tidbits "Creeping Back," and "The Reality of My Surroundings," but there is something here for everyone. Not for those expecting traditional sounds; Rob is at the vanguard of new music, exploring the outlands with all the fearlessness of a musical Magellan.
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