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Latent Anxiety Releases Perception CD

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IIja Rosendahl Creates A Stand Alone D.I.Y. Recording

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 10, 2006 -- German born IIja Rosendahl has a dream, he wants to receive the respect and attention he deserves from people that care about his music. That is what nearly every artist seeks yet it is so difficult to find because of the fierce competition in independent music.

With the new Latent Anxiety release, Perception, there is very strong chance that Rosendahl will reach his goals. The title says it all; this music is about how you perceive your world. Even with the law of averages and the many obstacles that you may have to overcome, you still have endless opportunity. With the right attitude and some talent, things can happen.

In 2001, IIja began playing guitar in a self-educated way then switched to the electric guitar shortly thereafter, which makes his accomplishments even more astonishing. He put together an incredible album, which also includes his first songs created with a 4-track recorder and a drum computer. When you stop and think about how simplistic that is then listen to Perception, you will find it hard to believe that this is how some of the recordings came together. Each track on the album stands alone and you will find value in every one.

With memorable cuts such as “Cold As Ice” and “Fading Away,” which serve as superb representations of his style, powerful guitar playing, and vocal prowess, this music is hard to forget. The most interesting thing about this music, besides the way it came together, is its versatility and sturdy cross over ability. Being an 80’s child brings out a certain stylistic approach and influences from bands such as Depeche Mode, INXS, U2, Sisters of Mercy, Iron Maiden, Van Halen, Duran Duran, Simple Minds, and Roxy Music come to mind. The cross section of tastes spans a wide range and that is exactly what you will hear on Perception. There are some parallels to IIja’s other talents he has at his command, he can speak five different languages, and at times, sounds like an entirely different vocalist from track to track. In the end, the language he speaks is universal, and it is all wrapped up in a nice package inside the music.

Perception is everything in life so when you hear this rocking rock-electronica-progressive-chill out you will be pleased and most certainly be back for a second helping.

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