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Velvet Chain

Merging the expertise of Jeff Stacy (bass) and Erika Amato (vocals), the Velvet String project were only available in LA, CA, amid the ’90s. Stacy, a skilled programmer, manufacturer, and songwriter, made a decision to design the band’s one soundings for Amato’s exclusive voice capabilities, evolving with amalgamated and sole audio junctions, among alternative pop/rock and roll marks and experimental trip-hop. After building as a music group, the duo quickly began building a huge and respectable group of fans. Following the discharge of several demonstration tapes as well as other recordings, String delivered their initial full-length record. Warm strike the record shops in 1997, underlining the ensemble’s extreme music. In 1999 after showing up on an bout of it series Buffy the Vampire Slayer, the duo documented the seven-song Buffy EP, and continuing to take pleasure from incessant achievement. Moody Groove Music arrived in 2000, a few months before the music group asked their supporters to find the designs that finished up getting featured over the Custom Velvet String, the band’s third record, released in 2001.

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