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Aaron Sprinkle - Real Life (March 24, 2017) Album

Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by Benjamin Lee, Feb 6, 2017.

  1. Benjamin Lee

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    Aaron Sprinkle is releasing a new solo album. You can hear the first single here:



    Tracklist:
    1. Invincible Ft. Elle Puckett
    2. Washed Up
    3. Never Alone
    4. Real Life Ft. Sherri Dupree Bemis & Max Bemis
    5. Not Listening
    6. Someday Ft. Matty Mullins
    7. Steady
    8. I Don’t Know Who You Are Ft. Stephanie Skipper
    9. Step Here
    10. Wander
    Definitely some interesting features, I'm really excited for this.
     
  2. 0rb

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    Who is Aaron Sprinkle?
     
  3. Benjamin Lee

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    He's a producer and musician. He's produced a lot of bands such as Anberlin, Emery, New Found Glory, and Copeland. Been in a good few bands. Rose Blossom Punch was 90's grunge type stuff. He was in the band Poor Old Lu as a guitarist. Sung in Fair. And has had a pretty lengthy solo career (this upcoming release being his 5th). His first three solo releases were kind of folky indie rock, then his previous release was a pop record. This one I believe is going to be like, a 90's inspired pop record.

    If you want more for whatever reason, his Wikipedia page has a list of pretty much everything he's ever worked on (it hasn't been updated in a bit it seems though): Aaron Sprinkle - Wikipedia
     
  4. SmashRipsaw

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    I was really into Lackluster back in the day. Will give this a listen.
     
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  5. Benjamin Lee

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    Lackluster is a cool compilation. I kind of wish I just bought his three albums the songs came from instead though.
     
  6. irthesteve

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    Awwww yes, I love Aaron's music so much. Really excited for more solo material, "Really Something" is a song that will forever stick with me, and this was such an underrated gem off the last Fair album

     
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  7. awakeohsleeper

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    Fair were great. I love that song too.
     
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  8. Benjamin Lee

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    Disappearing World is one of my favorite albums ever, along with Sprinkle's previous release "Water & Guns".
     
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  9. irthesteve

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    ummm

     
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  10. thedrudo

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    just embrace what sprinkle is doing.
     
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  11. Benjamin Lee

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    Got my vinyl today. Really like this record.
     
  12. I really like this.
     
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  13. Shakriel

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    Totally didn't know about this. Excited to check it out this weekend.
     
  14. chhholly123

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    This is awesome, I've been jammin it all day. Really cool to see him working with Elle Puckett as well, she's basically my hero.
     
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  15. JRGComedy

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    Put this on my ipod, but didn't get to it today
     
  16. Elder Lightning

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    This is a great listen. Really good album to work to.

    And the title track has been stuck in my head ALL DAY.
     
  17. irthesteve

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    Very interesting album, I like it way more than the title track led me to believe at least. Aaron's voice is always gold, but the music itself isn't as intriguing to me this time around
     
  18. Benjamin Lee

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    I still prefer Water & Guns for his solo stuff, but this is great. Aaron is just such a good song-writer.
     
  19. Lucas27

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    Resurrecting this thread. Anyone listen to this album at all?

    I enjoyed this album on first listen, but I've been revisiting it lately and it is FAR better and more layered than I gave it credit for at first. Probably the best thing I've heard Aaron Sprinkle do outside of Fair's Disappearing World. Also, he should be super proud of this record as a producer. It sounds pristine.
     
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  20. Benjamin Lee

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    Still love this album and listen to it pretty regularly. I love Aaron
     
  21. irthesteve

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    Still not a fan of this overall, just personally don't like most of the songs on it
     
  22. awakeohsleeper

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    I like it a lot more than I thought I would. His production skills are fantastic.