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PINK HOTEL - (by Vagabond Beach)  Year: 2013
Vagabond Beach A song about watching someone waste their life @ a low paying job (and doing all the right things) but getting very little in return. Raw driving indie rock guitars/drums/bass, raspy male vocals and unique melody. Full electric instrumental, acoustic version, instrumental acoustic version available. Male Vocals, Indie Rock, Indie Rock
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track (electric version) - Indie Rock, Indie Rock
575250 3:01 Medium 122   
Variation - Folk, Folk Dramatic
571016 2:57 Medium 122   
Full Track (Acoustic version) - Rock, Acoustic Rock
570967 2:56 Medium 119   
Variation (instrumental) - Sports, Sports Energizing Music
575260 3:00 Medium 122   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Pink Hotel
Catalog ID: 575250  ISRC: US5UL1306116
Description: A song about watching someone waste their life @ a low paying job (and doing all the right things) but getting very little in return. Raw driving indie rock guitars/drums/bass, raspy male vocals and unique melody. Full electric instrumental, acoustic version, instrumental acoustic version available.

Social Media Link: http://www.audiosparx.com/sa/archive/Indie-Rock/Indie-Rock/Pink-Hotel/575250

Artist or Group: Vagabond Beach

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Keywords: Extreme-Sports grunge nineties-rock hard-rock alternative-rock Nirvana Foo-Fighters Everclear STP anthemic garage-rock working-class minimum-wage poverty class

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Indie Rock Music
       Indie Rock
Extended Properties
  Duration: 3:01   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 122
   Arrangement: Trio
   Instruments: Drum Kit, Electric Guitar, Bass Guitar
   Vocal Mix: Male Vocals
   Language: English
Moods: Adventurous, Aggressive, Bold, Bouncy, Contemplative, Determined, Dissonant, Edgy, Energetic, Fiery, Gritty, Heavy, Inspiring, Meaningful, Passionate, Purposeful, Raw, Rebellious, Retro, Street-Smart

Styles: 1990s (Nineties), 2000s (Y2K+), 2010s (MMX), Documentary, Drama / 30-Something, Drama / Mature, Film Vocal, Garage / Grunge, Indie, TV Vocal

Lyrical Topics: Life, Poverty, Reality, Working, Fate

Lyrics
I see you every morning @ 6am - limping past my window to work again - we go way back remember friend - I used to be like you but now i'm through - years are getting shorter they don't grow on trees - I still struggle but my minds @ ease - you tow the line raise your hand say please - that pink hotel has got you on your knees - regret is such a nasty word cause life's a long hard lesson learned - you woke one day tired & grey - broken down walking with a cane - pocket full of pain pills - to get you through the day @ the pink hotel - do you ever dream are you dead inside - looking @ you I can't decide - there's gotta be something more to you but dead dreams don't come true - regret is such a nasty word cause life's a long hard lesson learned - I'll see you later we'll have a beer - commiserate and go back in years - when we were brave & crazy could do no wrong - those days are gone - years are getting shorter they don't grow on trees - I still struggle but my minds @ ease - you tow the line raise your hand say please - that pink hotel owns you but not me
Extended Keywords: poor Pearl-Jam middle-class lower-class class-warfare documentary live-instruments

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