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Isaiah Adams
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Beauty From Pain Superchick Download


The Reason Ive got this sheet music is because Ive had my ups and downs. I would listen to this song and everything that has happened in my life that gives me pain, but I change them to beauty and happiness. I would say that you should play the type of music you would feel. This is one of the good examples that helps portray that. I hope this review is any help.




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Rock What You Got is the fifth album from the band Superchick. It was released on June 24, 2008. The album debuted at No. 65 on the Billboard 200 album chart, selling nearly 10,000 copies its first week.[3] The band has described the album as more progressive, in-your-face sound and has dubbed it "rock-o-tronic".[4] In May 2008, Inpop released three radio singles from the album. "Hold" was played on Christian contemporary hit radio stations, "Crawl" went to adult contemporary stations, and "Hey, Hey" to Christian rock stations.[5] In late May, Inpop Records released a free download of the track "Alive" for further promotion of the album.The album also features an all-instrumental song ("Guitar Hero") and a remix of their biggest hit "Stand in the Rain".


KEYSER, W.Va. - The "Generation Rising" tour, featuring national recording artists Superchick, Krystal Meyers, Decemberadio, Nevertheless, and Group 1 Crew, is coming to Keyser on May 23.The program will begin at 7 p.m. in the Church-McKee Arts Center on the campus of Potomac State College of West Virginia University.Superchick, a Chicago-based band, has been heard on the soundtracks to a variety of films and television shows, including "The Practice," "Alias," "Felicity," "Joan of Arcadia" and "Legally Bonde 2."Composed of keyboar-dist/DJ/producer Max Hsu, vocalist Tricia Brock, vocalist/guitarist Melissa Brock, bassist/vocalist Matt Dally, lead guitarist Dave Ghazarian, and drummer Brandon Estelle, the group is currently promoting their album "Beauty From Pain 1.1."They also have three previous albums in their repertoire - "Karaoke Superstar" (2001), "Last One Picked" (2002), and the remix disc "Regeneration" (2003).The original 2005 release of "Beauty From Pain" on the indie label Inpop became a No. 1 Billboard Heatseeker. From the declaration of "One Girl Revolution" in 2001's "Legally Blonde," to the propulsive sounds of "Anthem" roaring through MTV's theme song for "The Real World/Road Rules Challenge: The Gauntlet 2," to the sounds of "It's On" powering NBC's promotional spots for the 2006 Winter Olympics, music from Superchick has been heard in more than 60 different shows and films.The members of Superchick spent nearly a year and a half composing the new album, and another six months recording it. The tracks on the album take an in-depth and personal look at the artists' lives, including break-ups. As the painful moments took root for them, they naturally allowed the experiences to flow into their songs."The title, 'Beauty From Pain,' sums up those relationships," explained Melissa Brock. "We all go through these hard times, but in reality, there is a beauty in that pain because it makes us stronger people."'Beauty From Pain' represents the hope that has emerged," Hsu said, "and we've come out wiser, stronger, and smarter.""If you're down," Tricia Brock added, "this album lets you know that you're not alone."Dove Award nominee Krystal Meyers, who has graduated from high school since the release of her self-titled debut album in 2005, has become one of the most successful newcomers in the United States and is also a sensation in Japan.She's been on the cover of Nylon and Bounce magazines, and knocked the Red Hot Chili Peppers from the top slot to achieve her first No. 1 single in Japan.Her sophomore project, "Dying for a Heart," has produced the hit single "Anticonformity," a powerful anthem which encourages others to buck trends and embrace their individuality."Stand and Scream" is a song Krystal co-wrote with Tiffany. She describes it as a song about "coming out of your shell and saying, 'I want my voice to be heard.'"Another standout on the album is "Live." "It's about living," she explains simply. "The song asks, 'Am I too young and restless to live the way the fearless do?' It's about wanting to live life to the fullest extent."Decemberadio, which consists of vocalist/bassist Josh Reedy, lead guitarist/vocalist Eric Miker, and drummer/vocalist Boone Daughdrill, is just about the most electrified, raucous and riff-driven foursome to come about since the original wave of classic rock.Armed with a message of eternal importance, they have earned comparisons to the likes of such legends as Aerosmith, Led Zeppelin, and Lynyrd Skynyrd, as well as the innovators like The Black Crowes, Lenny Kravitz, and Jet and progressive rocksters like Porcupine Tree and Audio-slave.Nevertheless consists of lead vocalist/guitarist Josh Pearson, lead guitarist A.J. Cheek, guitarist Brad Jones, bassist Adam Wann, and drummer Adam Rowe.Their debut album, "Live Like We're Alive," has firmly positioned them in the vein of such bands as Jimmy Eats World, Further Seems Forever, and Cartel, except for one difference - their songs deal in as much spiritual substance as they do in relationship experience.On the title track of "Live Like We're Alive," they reference their difficult decisions as a band and seem to come to a higher resolve: We're here only for a second, and then we're gone when we least expect it. So do more than survive.Group 1 Crew presents a passionate message of hope and encouragement on its self-titled debut. It's a message which sets them apart, especially in a genre of music which typically glamorizes violence, the degradation of women, and the acquisition of all the luxuries money can buy.But Group 1 Crew is not like anything you've heard before, whether it's the dance hall groove of "Clap Ya Hands" or the funk-laden opener "Love is a Beautiful Thing."Advance tickets and those for groups of 12 or more are discounted. Tickets also will be available at the door.Advance tickets may be purchased at Chick-fil-A in the Country Club Mall, Castiglia's Italian Restaurant and Linda's Hallmark, both in Keyser, or by calling (304) 788-2982.


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