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The Lost Songs Of The Pretty Reckless: An Exclusive Eprar

The Pretty Reckless is an American rock band from New York City, formed in 2009 by lead singer and rhythm guitarist Taylor Momsen, who is also known for her acting roles in Gossip Girl and The Grinch. The band also consists of Ben Phillips on lead guitar and backing vocals, Mark Damon on bass, and Jamie Perkins on drums. The band has released four studio albums, two EPs, and 13 singles, and has topped the US and UK rock charts with songs like Heaven Knows, Messed Up World, and Death by Rock and Roll. The bands musical style is influenced by hard rock, post-grunge, alternative rock, and blues rock, and features Momsens powerful vocals, catchy hooks, and dark lyrics.

The Lost Songs of The Pretty Reckless: An Exclusive Eprar

The Unreleased Eprar contains five songs that showcase the bands raw talent and potential before they signed with Interscope Records. The songs are Blender, Superhero, Panic, Where Did Jesus Go?, and Void And Null. The Eprar was never officially released by the band or their label, but was leaked online by an unknown source in 2010. The Eprar has since been removed from most websites, but can still be found on some fan-made playlists on YouTube.

The songs on the Eprar are different from the ones on their debut album Light Me Up, which was released in August 2010. The Eprar songs are more raw, edgy, and experimental, while the album songs are more polished, radio-friendly, and mainstream. The Eprar songs also feature more guitar solos, heavier riffs, and diverse influences from punk rock, metal, and pop. Some of the songs on the Eprar were later reworked or scrapped by the band for their album or EPs. For example, Blender was re-recorded as Zombie for their Hit Me Like a Man EP in 2012; Superhero was re-recorded as Miss Nothing for their debut album; Panic was re-recorded as Going Down for their second album Going to Hell in 2014; and Where Did Jesus Go? was re-recorded as Heaven Knows for their second album.

The Unreleased Eprar is a rare gem for rock fans who want to hear the bands original sound and vision before they became famous. The Eprar showcases the bands versatility, creativity, and passion for music. The songs are catchy, energetic, and emotional, and reflect the bands influences from classic rock bands like Led Zeppelin, AC/DC, The Beatles, Nirvana, and Soundgarden. The Eprar also gives a glimpse into the bands personal struggles, such as Momsens depression, drug abuse, and loss of faith.

If you are a fan of The Pretty Reckless or rock music in general, you should definitely check out their Unreleased Eprar. It is a rare opportunity to hear the bands early work and how they evolved over time. You might be surprised by how different they sound from their official releases and how much they have grown as musicians. The Unreleased Eprar is a testament to the bands talent and dedication to their craft. 04f6b60f66


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