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Name:Saving Abel Saving Abel 2008 EON

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Saving Abel - Saving Abel

Artist : Saving Abel
Album: Saving Abel

Genre: Rock
Label: Virgin

Source : CDDA
Size : 67,3 MB

Quality : VBRkbps
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01 New Tattoo 04:24
02 Addicted 03:44
03 She Got Over Me 04:04
04 18 Days 03:52
05 Drowning (Face Down) 03:57
06 In God's Eyes 03:57
07 Sailed Away 04:20
08 Beautiful Day 04:16
09 Out Of My Face 03:41
10 Running From You 03:30
11 Beautiful You 02:52

Total Runtime: 42:37

Release Notes:

"You know when you hear a song on the radio and you
don't know who it is, but you love it and feel like
you've heard it before? That's our band! The first time
someone hears us, they go, 'I know that band!' Then
someone explains, 'no, it's a brand-new song and band.'
Saving Abel has an accessible and comfortable sound---you
HAVE heard us before," states lead singer Jared Weeks. On
their self-titled Virgin Records debut, songs range from
the wild road tale in "New Tattoo" to the sexual
innuendos of the aptly titled first single, "Addicted."

Weeks and Jason Null formed the band in their small
hometown of Corinth, Mississippi in 2004. They met
when Weeks, who was in a band, was playing guitar at his
best friend's house, when Null, who was in a rival local
group, walked in to rehearse with his band. Within days
of that meeting, Null and Weeks were writing and honing
the intimate writing style that now defines Saving Abel.
In early 2005, the pair's songs caught the ear of noted
producer Skidd Mills (12 Stones, Saliva, Submersed), who
took the band into his 747 Studios in Memphis. Mills
notes, "It was '18 Days' that hooked me. The first time
I heard it I was like, 'these guys are the real deal;
they'll be doing this for a long time.' Jason and Jared
have always understood that the most important part of
the music business is having great songs."

Saving Abel gradually came together in the final
electric lineup of guitarist Scott Bartlett, bassist
Eric Taylor, and drummer Blake Dixon, and the band paid
its dues both onstage and off. Weeks would toss Saving
Abel demos onto the stage when bigger bands played in
town, and between playing gigs, working day jobs, and
Weeks and Null constantly driving from Mississippi to
Memphis to record their self-titled EP with Mills, it
was a busy and prolific couple years. Weeks remembers;
"I used to work at a hospital. I'd have to be there at
4:30 in the morning drawing blood. I'd wake people up
and stick a needle in their arm. I'd be walking around
the hospital, singing 'Addicted' in my head, writing
down the lyrics on patients' clipboards and doctor
script pads."

Null and Weeks bring in differing songwriting
approaches influences, giving Saving Abel a
well-rounded sound. Null comes from a musical family,
and recalls Saturday nights at the local community
center as a child. "We didn't miss it, ever! It was
bluegrass band after bluegrass band. We'd hoot and
holler, as we used to say. My brother traded my bike
for a guitar for me when I was 6, and I learned
'Johnny B. Goode' that night! I go back to Willie and
Waylon, but as a kid of the '80s, I also love
Metallica. Also, Angus Young is one of my main
influences, as well as the guitar sound and solos of
Seattle bands like Soundgarden and Alice in Chains."
For his part, a teenage Weeks played basketball and
went to state twice in tennis before music consumed
his life. A big fan of the blues and Southern Rock,
Weeks calls himself the more "literal" songwriter of
the two, explaining, "If something is really
bothering me, or how I'm feeling at that moment,
I'll write about it. For me to get the most out of
a song, I have to get it almost to the point I'm
ready to cry if I can't get it out, and that makes
people relate to it."

After shopping their indie EP for almost a year, a
copy of 'Addicted' found its way to one-time Virgin
A&R Consultant Scott Frazier and manager partner
Rick Smith. They were so excited that they sent the
song to the label's Chairman/CEO Jason Flom. Flom
was impressed upon first listen and immediately sent
A&R vet Kim Stephens (Collective Soul, Matchbox 20,
Edwin McCain) to see the band in Jackson, Tennessee.
The band was signed the next day. Says Stephens, "I
was sold on the merit of the songs and instantly
recognized this was a band with huge potential."

Saving Abel, the Virgin debut produced by Mills,
features mostly brand-new tunes, plus a few
favorites from the indie EP, including the poignant,
perfectly crafted "18 Days," "Running From You," and
"Drowning Face Down." Null explains that "18 Days"
was lyrically inspired by sheriff Buford Pusser of
'Walking Tall' fame, while laughingly admitting
that the rowdy road trip in "New Tattoo" ("The blue
is for the bruise you left in my heart / and the
red is for the color we're about to paint this town")
is "based on a true story." Null furthers: "Our goals
are always to concentrate on the song, not just one
cool part to make a kid bop his head. Every person I
talk to loves a different song of ours." Null was
also the one who gave the band its name: "I Googled
the story of Cain and Abel and found a line about
'there was no Saving Abel,' which just jumped out at
me." Everyone agreed and the name stuck... much like
Saving Abel's songs get instantly stuck in the minds
and ears of everyone who hears them. With a
radio-ready sound combining big riffs and memorable
melodies, Saving Abel has created a polished
combination of Southern and Alternative rock... 2008
style. Get Addicted. Get Saving Abel.

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