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  • Artist: Officer Roseland
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 614346004310
  • Item #: SRD600431
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 3/1/2005
Price: $17.90
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Hailing from the outskirts of Philadelphia, Officer Roseland has been protecting and serving rock music since 2000. Comprised of Dan Daidone (bass/vocals), Brian Jones (keyboards/guitar) and John Ilisco Jr (drums/percussion), this fearlessly experimental trio is dedicated to pushing the boundaries of rock into bold new directions, drawing their influences from such eclectic sources of inspiration as Mr Bungle, Talking Heads, Rush, Frank Zappa, Ween, NoMeansNo and The Beatles.Fusing everything from funk, punk, new wave, hardcore, jazz, soul and country with their own uniquely twisted sense of humour, OR has developed an aggressive and original sound desperately needed in an increasingly generic musical landscape. Philadelphia's top rock station, 94.1 WYSP, named Officer Roseland the 'local rockstars of the month' for April 2003, and the band was invited into the studio to perform live on Tommy Conwell's acclaimed 'Loud & Local' program. A pair of songs form OR's self - titled debut, 'Fiero' and 'Apple Zip Zaps' were featured prominently in award wining animator Billy Blob's short film Bumble Being at the 2003 Sundanec Film Festival. This film was showcased on the debut episode of Comedy Centrals new TV series Jump Cuts in November 2004. Currently OR can be heard in frequent rotation on XM satellite radio's unsigned bands station, as well as Pulse Unsigned in the U.K. Their latest album, Sunglasses, contains 8 tracks of adventurous new material that explores the possibilities of rock's future while playing tribute to the energy and vitality of it's past. Rock and Roll is in a state of emergency. In order to survive it must evolve. Officer Roseland is a band on a mission - to rescue rock from the evil clutches of corporate hijackers and the assembly line of soulless mass production. The airwaves have the right to remain silent no longer. Help is on the way.

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