Performed By Twenty Past Two
Album UPC 888295202640
CD Baby Track ID TR0001105646
Label Twenty Past Two
Released 2014-12-18
BPM 144
Rated 0
ISRC QM9AA1476211
Year 2014
Spotify Plays 5
Writer Joseph Sorrentino
Pub Co Joseph Sorrentino
Composer Joseph Sorrentino
Clearance Sync & All Media Uses
Rights Controlled Master and Publishing Grant
Rights One-Stop: Master + 100% Pub Grant
Original/Cover/Public Domain original
Country United States - Mass. - Boston


Hard Rock/ Modern Rock / Alternative/ Pop Rock


"Believe in Something" is the follow up album to the bands first release "Find A Way," released under the bands former name Soulacious. The album "Believe in Something" has 11 total tracks and features the edgy new modern rock and hard rock songs "Bitter", "Reflection", "Proud World", "Two Worlds", "We Will Revive" and "Shattered Glass." Additionally, the album also contains new and improved modern rock versions of the classic pop/rock songs, "Every Road", "Am I Wrong", "Fearless Rider", "Drifter" and "Dancing All Around", which were also songs featured on the bands first album "Find A Way". The new album, "Believe in Something" features Joe Sorrentino on vocals, bass, rhythm and lead guitar. The album also features the lead guitar work and bass lines of former band mates, Victor Negreiros and Les Bueno. Former band mate George Kevin Hynes recorded drums and additional song arrangements. The album was self produced and recorded by Joe Sorrentino at his home studio in Needham MA. Les Bueno did assistant recording and the album was mixed and mastered by Victor Negreiros in 2014.

The following information is some history of the band, which led to the making of this album. Over the years the band has seen its share of band name changes, band member changes and musical direction changes. From 2000-2009, the band formerly known as Soulacious, was known for it's heartfelt and catchy pop/rock songs. After discovering another band from out of state using the same band name in 2009, singer/songwriter/guitarist, Joe Sorrentino, felt it was best to change the band name to avoid confusion. Sorrentino also grew tired of being labeled solely as a pop/rock artist and took this as an opportunity for a fresh start and new musical direction. From 2009-2013, Sorrentino and his new band line up were known as Central Ave, a band name chosen by Sorrentino simply because it was the street where the band rehearsed. Under the new band name, Sorrentino started incorporating some of his hard rock songs into the mix of original songs the band would play out live. Over time, Sorrentino's band mates felt the new band name was too generic and didn't really represent the band in the best way it could. By the end of 2013, Sorrentino and his band mates settled on the new band name Twenty Past Two. The band name was derived from Sorrentino's college years, when he would spend most of his free nights watching Boston bands play until closing time at 2 A.M. and afterwards waiting in line for near by late night munchies until Twenty Past Two in the morning. The band name pays tribute to any and all dedicated local Boston music fans who are willing to do the same. Twenty Past Two music can be described as the culmination of all Sorrentino's former and future music projects combined.

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