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Album: Chasing Utopia (feat. Johnny Rossa & Chris Van Duyn) - Single

Artist: Thief in the Night

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2012 Chris Van Duyn

Tracklist For Chasing Utopia (feat. Johnny Rossa & Chris Van Duyn) - Single By Artist Thief in the Night

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Chasing Utopia (feat. Chris Va Thief in the Night 5:13 USD 0.99

Reviews For Chasing Utopia (feat. Johnny Rossa & Chris Van Duyn) - Single By Artist Thief in the Night

  • Amazing song

    By Barry VanDuyn
    These guys rock. I love the guitar work by Van Duyn.
  • ROCKIN' IT - Chris Van Duyn & Thief in the Night! ORIGINAL music you WANT to listen to!

    By Bassoonchick
    True rock fans will be pleasantly surprised to find that original rock is still alive and well and being created right here in our own backyard. A refreshing break from the bubble-gum, radio-crap that inundates our ears, THIEF IN THE NIGHT successfully unleashes a rock song on the unsuspecting public that will make you sit up and take notice. You can hear the heavy influence of grunge-greats such as Alice in Chains and Soundgarden, as well as the more hardcore tinge of Metallica, but make no mistake...the single "Chasing Utopia" is ALL THEIR OWN! "Chasing Utopia" belongs to Thief in the Night and they OWN it - from the smooth, powerful vocals of Johnny Rossa, to the hard-charging guitar of Chris Van Duyn, you'll want to listen to the creations of Thief in the Night. It's not often that new bands are able to pull off original music that you WANT to listen to. But that's just what they've done - and LISTEN, YOU MUST! ENJOY, YOU WILL!

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