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The Next Life

by Model Citizen

An international and multi-state collective of 18 musicians creating dynamic, inventive, emotional rock, soul, pop and R&B.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Every Time
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2. Magic Trick
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3. Get Out
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4. The Next Life
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5. The Other Shoe
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6. Death Wish
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7. I Will Resist
3:48 $0.99
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8. Out of My Head
4:41 $0.99
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9. No Goodbye
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10. Nuclear Dancehall
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11. Hell Hath No Fury
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12. Shattering a Fantasy, Pt. 1
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Model Citizen is an 18 piece band, helmed by songwriter, producer, and keys player, Mark Ciani. The core of the group - Ciani (songwriter, producer, keys), Matt Musty (drums), Alvaro Kapaz (guitar), Ryan Gleason (bass), and engineer and co-producer Fernando Lodeiro - have collaborated on two prior full-length albums under two different names: Stone Mountain Station's Electric Sile_ce and The Alternative Facts' Don't Worry, Babe. Joining the fold for this iteration of the band is Josh Logan, a former contestant on The Voice. Unfurling from this core group, band names and members refashion themselves with each project, assuring idiosyncrasy as the backbone of each musical encounter. Their upcoming album, The Next Life is, what Ciani considers, his ultimate break-up album while also commenting on troubles with society and mental health.

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