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Regeneration

Regeneration

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Overloaded is a raw Detroit band that most people would love to find out about. However, a majority of record labels would stereotypically say that Overloaded has a style of music that has 'already been done', and exhibits a talent level that has already been surpassed by backing tracks and special effects. It's shamefully typical that these same gossip vomiting fakes that destroyed the record industry in the first place consult TMZ, Rock of Love, and $800 handbags to find out what's cool. Worse yet, Overloaded gave into the notion that these people were all powerful and we're worth the time to impress...ultimately destroying the band. Overloaded's goal used to be focused on writing songs that inspired the common 'loser' and alcoholic working man.Perhaps there will be a day when Overloaded will return to their instruments, and write songs that inspire nights of blowing money, endless drinking and spousal prostitution. Or perhaps maybe there is no room for Overloaded's music with the truly awesome and original, newer than ever, never heard anything like it bands of today.

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    Artist: Overloaded
    Title: Regeneration
    Genre: Rock
    Release Date: 8/10/2007
    Label: CD Baby
    Product Type: CD
    Catalog #: 5637423589
    UPC: 837101390798
    Item #: SRD139079

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