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10 tracks for 10 dollars and a physical CD of great rock to boot.

10 Spot Launches with Shannon Moore March 6

Shannon Moore, whose first album is also the debut release for the innovative new label 10 Spot, which is part of The Water Music Records Group, has an impressive history in movie and television soundtracks to meet her impressive voice. She's been compared to The Pretenders’ Chrissie Hynde and Sheryl Crow. Evaporate will hit store's shelves on March 6.

In an attempt to be competitive with iTunes standard rate of .99 per track, 10 Spot promises ten tracks for ten dollars, with the advantage of having a CD instead of MP4 files. The Water Music Records Group President Brad Pressman said in a recent press release, “10 Spot gives the consumer ten good reasons to buy physical product. Offering ten tracks for ten dollars while getting the benefit of the CD package, the look, the feel, liner notes, artwork, and artist information, it’s like a free gift with purchase.”

Shannon received her first guitar at the age of ten and completed her first song "When It Rains" by the age of twelve. Her first band, Deep Julia, toured the States and Canada, and was so popular they landed gigs opening for acts such Radiohead, Peter Frampton, and Jewel. But the acclaim was short-lived and the band eventually dissolved.

In recent history, Moore has grown an extensive list of movie and television credits. Her songs have appeared in such movies as Angels With Angles, Lifetime’s Original Movie Confessions of an American Bride, This Time Around, Midnight Blue, and Showtime’s One Kill. On television her songs could be heard on Felicit, Meet My Folks, and MTV’s Real World. Currently, her songs are often heard on ABC’s General Hospital and One Life To Live.

While waiting for Evaporate to become available, you can hear sample tracks at Shannon Moore's Myspace Profile page. Streaming Audio and Steaming Video for the single "Quicksand" is also available.

Tracklisting

  • Evaporate
  • Quicksand
  • Speed Of Light
  • Listen To You
  • Angels Talk
  • Let It Go
  • LTD
  • Who Am I Now?
  • Perfect Placee
  • Meltdown

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