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Virgin Forest / Easy Way Out
Album:Easy Way Out Collection:General
Artist:Virgin Forest Added:01/2012
Label:Partisan Records 

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Add Date:2013-04-06 Pull Date:2013-06-09 
Week Ending:21 Apr14 Apr
Airplays:11

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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