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PostSubject: RedList   Fri Apr 20, 2007 10:33 pm

RedList AVAILABLE ON iTUNES


Jeff's RedList project, which was started in 2001 has finally seen
the light of day with it's exclusive release on iTunes worldwide.
This stunning album of powerful and aggressive tracks was a new
direction for Jeff as he endeavored to broaden his musical style even
further and embark on what was at the time a very contemporary sound.
Jeff writes: "Originally, these new songs & style were aimed at a
solo endeavor, a reinvention of sorts, something I longed to do as
well as give me new legs as an artist". Jeff found two very talented
musicians/songwriters/producers in both Neil Goldberg & Dave Fraser
who he approached to work on this project. "We slaved on our sound
for about 2 years until the natural evolution of the industry halted
our dreams. Suddenly our sound wasn't marketable and our only hopes
of getting this stuff out was on an indy level."

Also our plans in the very near future are to create a new website
promoting the album which will have a FREE downloadable PDF of the
new artwork which will be provided for those who want to burn their
own disc & make the CD jewel case.


The track listing is as follows and are available on iTunes now!


1. World Today
2. Ain't Your Man
3. Migraine
4. Swallow
5. Ignorance
6. Mad Reign
7. Higher
8. Kingdom
9. Backstabber
10. Living Proof
11. Believe


Warning: Explicit lyrics.


This is a very different direction for Jeff, so turn up the volume,
stand well back and be warned, as you are about to witness what high
adrenaline music is all about. By the time you reach the melodic
tempo of the final track 'Believe' you will realise that you need to
remember to breath.


Don't forget to write a review on iTunes.


Download the code to this advert: click here!

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PostSubject: Re: RedList   Mon Apr 23, 2007 6:15 pm

un - fucking - real!!
This album - oh my God - buy it!!

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PostSubject: HOLY SHIT   Mon Apr 23, 2007 8:20 pm

HOLY SHIT!!!!!!!!!
Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

I LOOOOOVE THIS CD!!!!!!!!!!! Shit, NOW this is something I would fucking LOVE to hear live and TEN MORE ALBUMS!!!!!!!!!!!

JSS - YOU ROCK DUDE.

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PostSubject: Re: RedList   Sat Apr 28, 2007 9:47 am

Jeff writes:

"RedList is a project I started back in 2001, feeling it was finally time to return to original music after laying low a few years with the Boogie Knights cover band. The early to mid 90's kind of pushed me away from what was happening in the current music scene until it started curving it's way into what led to the foundation of the RedList sound.

Originally, these new songs & style were aimed at a solo endeavor, a reinvention of sorts, something I longed to do as well as give me new legs as an artist. I was looking for a co-writer as well as someone who could help me produce this new sound so I put the feelers out & my good friend/longtime personal engineer John Ellis, told me about TWO guys he went to Berklee Music College in Boston that would fit the bill. He sent me a CD of bytes these guys were creating in the music house they worked for in NYC, churning out commercial jingles & soundtracks that were beyond impressive. Enter Neil Goldberg & Dave Fraser.

Neil was probably best known for his stint playing guitar with the metal band Annihilator & then went on to team up with Dave on this idea of working together in NY. Dave played keyboards for former REO Speedwagon guitarist Gary Richrath for a short time & went along with Neil when both found the tedium of original bands too frustrating. It wasn't till I contacted them & with major convincing did they commit to giving this a go for me.

As we went along, the songs we were creating started sounding more like a band & not a solo career which led to us finding a name that suited us. RedList for those who don't know is the title for the endangered species list…we sort of felt who we were & what we were doing fell right into that category!

We slaved on our sound for about 2 years until the realization of the industry once again halted our dreams. As the evolution of music & what sells versus what doesn't changed yet again, our only hopes of getting this stuff out was on an indy level which we weren't prepared to let it go to as well, we all found ourselves doing other things that consumed our time from being able to continue.

Fast forward to 2007, we still keep in touch & still discuss what could have been with these amazing, charged up rocking tunes which we have finally made arrangements to release on iTunes for the world to get their hands on it. As we agree, digital downloads are convenient & easy to attain but the consumer loses the aspect of holding a physical CD, we are creating a FREE downloadable PDF of the artwork which will be provided for those who want to burn their own disc & make the CD jewel case to go along with the album.

I hope you will enjoy this labor of love we made years ago, it is very different from things I have done both before & currently, it stands on it's own & will appeal to those who loved Linkin Park, Korn & Limp Bizkit. I bring you RedList!!

JSS"
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PostSubject: Re: RedList   Wed May 16, 2007 11:43 am

I've been cranking this CD in my car for a couple of weeks now...HOLY SHIT is all I can say....this ROCKS!

Two thumbs up!
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PostSubject: Re: RedList   Sat May 19, 2007 3:21 am

OK, dumb question. I don't have an ipod. I have another mp3 player, but I don't think songs from itunes will play on it. Can I still get this album to listen to on my computer? Burn it? Do I need special software?

Thanks for your help!


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PostSubject: Re: RedList   Sat May 19, 2007 9:14 am

Tracy,

I bought the album on iTunes, and you can burn the songs to disc right from iTunes....I think all downloaded purchases stay in your purchases folder on iTunes. I burned one copy for my CD player in my bathroom, and one for my car...it's getting HEAVY play in my car! Let me know if you need any help! Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: RedList   Mon May 21, 2007 12:52 pm

Awesome! Now I need to go figure out iTunes...


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