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Fading Away
  • Artist: Pitch Black Dream
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 620953301926
  • Item #: CDBY330192
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 4/4/2006
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Fading Away on CD

Pitch Black Dream's music is moody and atmospheric, perfect for soundtracks. Tracks from this CD have appeared on 'The Bad Girls Club' on Oxygen, 'Road Rules: Inferno' and 'The Real World' on MTV. Bernadette McCallion & Rich Gaglia have teamed up for another release as Pitch Black Dream. Together, they are forging a new sound in electronic music - dreamy, beat-driven with a pop-edge. On 'Fading Away,' they have expanded their sound with more guitars, and focused their songwriting to create taut songs full of cinematic imagery. Bernadette and Rich's cover the Doors' 'Love Me Two Times' was chosen for Skipping Discs compilation 'Love Her Madly: New Women Artists Cover The Doors.' (Also available at CD Baby.) With the success of that recording, the pair decided to write and record new material as a duo and the result is 'Never Going Home.' Together, they are forging a new sound in electronic music - dreamy, beat-driven, and hypnotic with a dark edge. The track 'Invitation Only' was featured on the crime drama The Shield. Always at work, PBD's cover of 'Space Oddity' is the lead track in Skipping Discs compilation of new artists paying tribute to David Bowie, 'Spiders from Venus.'