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June
  • Artist: Moes Haven
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479342561
  • Item #: SRD934256
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 7/11/2006
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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June on CD

Can you believe this is actually happening? Moes Haven is really releasing an album every month in 2006. This is their 6th release this year! And each release consists of their best tracks from their album-a-day project. That's right! They're really recording 30-minutes of music every day for a year! Best of all, these songs are actually good. Be part of music history. Buy a copy of JUNE. With ten tracks, it's a tight collection of great songs: 'I Did Not Think That It Would Be a Problem' and 'Couples' are new Moes Haven classics. And then there's 'Uncle John's Niece,' a rollicking, bluesy rock song that finds Farley mimicking the piano style of the best early rock'n'rollers. With nothing but piano and vocals, Farley manages to perform one of Moes Haven's most rocking songs ever! 'Made For My Master' just might be their most rocking song ever. At just over a minute long, it's a perfect punk rock song. As always, Moes Haven includes a few off-kilter songs on this album. 'Dan Speake's Bitter Rant' needs to be heard to be understood. It might just be the beginning of a new type of spoken-word rock song. Then again, it might be the last of it's kind. Either way, it's worth hearing. 'Rachel McAdams' is a lovely, funny, quirky tribute to a dream girl who the boys hope is just as wonderful in person as she is on the big screen. JUNE is simply another great Moes Haven album. How do these guys do it? I don't know. But I'm glad they are. This is history in the making, folks. History in the making!