|A4||Dead End Roads|
|B1||Bars Like These|
|B2||Get On Home|
|CCCP 164-2||Sam Russo||Storm (CD, Album)||Red Scare||CCCP 164-2||UK||2012|
|SPS018||Sam Russo||Storm (LP, Whi)||Specialist Subject Records||SPS018||UK||2013|
|SPS018||Sam Russo||Storm (LP)||Specialist Subject Records||SPS018||UK||2013|
Storm by Sam Russo, released 30 October 2012 1. Factory Rain 2. Holding On 3. Letting Go 4. Dead End Roads 5. Cold Feet 6. Bars Like These 7. Get On Home 8. Tinned Peaches 9. Dry Shampoo 10. Storm We saw Sam Russo's greatness coming a mile away. Many bands touring over in the UK and Europe have witnessed first-hand his deep, rumbling ballads about destitution and triumph. Now we're aiming to bring this thoughtful balladeer to the rest of the world and it starts with his debut full length, "Storm". Unlike the other guys going around singing their faux-heartfelt ditties, Sam. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
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Sam Russo - Cold Feet 03:37. Sam Russo - Storm 06:00. Sam Russo - Bars Like These 03:26. Sam Russo - Letting Go 04:00. Sam Russo - Dead End Roads 03:36. Sam Russo - Dry Shampoo 03:41. Sam Russo - Holding On 04:03. Sam Russo - Get On Home 02:33. Sam Russo - Tinned Peaches 03:32. To the Brink, Wanderer - Sam Russo. Greyhound Dreams - Sam Russo. Spatial Awareness, Vol. 1 - Sam Russo, Spatial Awareness, Spatial Awareness, Sam Russo, Tobias DPPLGNGR, Spatial Awareness, Tobias DPPLGNGR, Tobias DPPLGNGR. Blood - EP - Sam Russo. Vanishing Test EP - Sam Russo.
Russo was in his early twenties when he wrote it as a means of getting over what he describes as a devastating breakup. He was living in a friend’s garage at the time, perpetually in between jobs, drinking heavily. Storm advances chronologically, telling the story of a couple’s separation from start to finish, much of it autobiographical. My life is very different than when I wrote Storm, he tells me when I call him one night to talk about his follow-up album, Greyhound Dreams. But it’s all in the fine details. I still live in the same town, still doing the same kind of work, still got the same friends, still go to the same places. I ask him if a happier Sam Russo means a happier songwriter, and he laughs. You don’t have to worry about happiness getting in the way of a good song when it comes to my stuff, he assures me. Russo has a way of seeing-if not the melancholy side of life-then certainly the realistic side.