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Pure Fiction

Pure Fiction

Artist: Eric Hutchinson

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Digital Album: $9.99
Pure Fiction
Pure Fiction

Artist: Eric Hutchinson
MP3
1. Tell The World
$0.99
2. A Little More
$0.99
3. Forever
$0.99
4. I Got The Feelin Now
$0.99
5. Goodnight Goodbye
$0.99
6. Love Like You
$0.99
7. I Don't Love U
$0.99
8. Sun Goes Down
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9. Forget About Joni (Acoustic)
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10. Shine On Me (Acoustic)
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DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: Lets Break Records
Rel. Date: 04/08/2014
UPC: 5060186922485

More Info:

2014 album from the acclaimed singer, songwriter, pianist and performer. Pure Fiction is Hutchinson's elegy to Pop music, a place to fit all those melodies that are so comforting in their immediate hook, you could swear you heard them before. Someone must have already raised the Gospel pleading of 'Forever' or the choral Na-Na's that herald 'Tell the World', the record's first single. It is a striking prologue to the album's underlying theme - holding on to the best moments in life and shamelessly shouting it from a mountain top. ''I live in constant social media, sharing in this world of endless 'best moments'. Nobody, including me, ever seems to post their 'bad day'online. 'Tell The World' is kinda a jab at that, but also it's that celebration we feel when we want to share the best things in life.'' - Eric Hutchinson

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