Daniel Ouellette and the Shobijin | But you know I have to be the Vampire!

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But you know I have to be the Vampire!

by Daniel Ouellette and the Shobijin

New EP by Daniel Ouellette and the Shobijin to take you from Dancefloor ot Dreamland... Something lovely to help you escape the daily life of monsters and disappointment!
Genre: Electronic: Euro-Dance
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1. The Woman With Too Many Consonants
2:05 $0.99
2. Twelve
3:23 $0.99
3. Je Suis Ton Vampire
3:01 $0.99
4. Prevaricator
2:08 $0.99
5. Modadicto
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6. The Paramour of Insomnious Nights Spent
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Album Notes
"But you know I have to be the Vampire!" Daniel Ouellette and the Shobijin
RELEASE DATE: April 7, 2010 (National No Housework!)
April is National Garden Month, National Poetry Month and National Humor month!
All good reasons to celebrate Daniel's new CD!

Fall River, Massachusetts musician Daniel Ouellette follows up his 2008 releases "Monsterland - The Revenge of Daniel" (Meannie Jeannie Records) and "Kaiju Carnival EP" (New Shiner) with this beautiful new EP entitled "But you know I have to be the Vampire!" (Meannie Jeannie Records). Daniel works with a divine cast of guest vocalists and musicians from New England -Ron Pigeon, Frank Lewis of Bright White Lights, Scott Harrison of Burnt Fur, Cheryl Castonguay, Simone Berk of Sugar Snow, Natalie Markward of Anne's Cordial, Jacob Haller, Kim Lamothe and Allysen Callery to bring his soundscape of songs to life. Daniel has named his guests the Shobijin. The songs were written whilst on a trip to Spain and then over the past year he put the lyrics to life and beat with inspiration from World Music, New Wave and Dance....
This collection will take you on a journey from dreamland to dance floor!

Daniel was recently named in the Best of 2009 by the editors of the Valley Advocate.
He will be performing in support of "But you know I have to be the Vampire!"
Come on down with a wig or a false moustache!



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Jacob Haller

Love it!
Daniel is a funny, intense performer and I wouldn't have thought it possible to capture all of his energy in a recording, but these are really good and nicely mixed. 'The Woman With Too Many Consonants' is a favorite, and 'Twelve' is remarkably pretty. Check out the album and, if you get a chance, go see him perform live!