Virgin Forest / Easy Way Out
Album: Easy Way Out   Collection:General
Artist:Virgin Forest   Added:Jan 2012
Label:Partisan Records  

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Add Date: 2013-04-06 Pull Date: 2013-06-09
Week Ending: Apr 21 Apr 14
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Recent Airplay
1. Apr 20, 2013: Music Casserole
I Might Get High
2. Apr 11, 2013: Daydream Disaster
I Might Get High

Album Review
Eme O
Reviewed 2013-04-03
Virgin Forest - Easy Way Out (Partisan Records)
Rock with a country twang - Guitar, Bass, Drums, Male Vox. 4/5’s of Matthew Houck’s band Phosphorescent. 2nd release. Easy on the ears. (No FCCs detected. Faves: 1, 10 ~eme o.

1. Don’t Be Afraid (3:54) Mid-Slow. Sounds a bit like U2 in pensive mode. Lyrics are “Don’t be afraid, my love”.repeated in different tones and combinations, separated by guitar solos.

2. Different Blues (2:16) Mid-Slow. Opens gently, like a morning song. 10-second fadeout

3. Get Away (2:59) Still relatively slow but more rockin’, with an aggressive tone. Guitar solo ~1:43 to 2:45.

4. Big Old Mama (2:31) Mid-tempo love song. 10-second fadeout

5. Song For Nino (3:02) Slow, quiet reminiscence. Starts off with bass, then drums. Vox start ~0:23 and remain contemplative throughout.

6. Easy Way Out (2:14) Starts off as a fast rock song, then slows down ~1:45 and synth takes over, ethereal ending.

7. Home Alone (2:25) Mid-Slow. Very country rock. 10-second fadeout.

8. Lifted (2:00) Mid-tempo and a bit ragey (“Rats in a cage!”). 8-second fadeout.

9. Antichrist Blues (1:46) Mid-Slow. Piano makes an appearance.

10. I Might Get High (2:31) Uptempo country rock. Most cheerful song. Piano here also. 10+ second fade.

Track Listing
1. Don't Be Afraid   6. Easy Way Out
2. Different Blues   7. Home Alone
3. Get Away   8. Lifted
4. Big Old Mama   9. Antichrist Blues
5. Song For Nino   10. I Might Get High