[Summer 2006] Jason Rylan - WALK AWAY With one moment to shine, the debut of Rylan's 'Walk Away' resonates as a traige of Hope, Faith, and Change after a very long and arduous road. The main genre for 'Walk Away' is Pop/Rock. Rylan adds subtle hints of Electronica, Dance, Techno, and House. Notable tracks include the title track 'Walk Away', 'Falter', 'Boundless', 'Walking Away' and the erotic club anthem 'Go-Go Boyz'. The song 'Falter' was written and recorded in memory of Rylan's Late Father. The song soars with faith and spiritual conviction. Rylan shines with a strong vocal performance while harmonizing with former Grammy Nominee, Dane Nagahuka. With 'One moment to shine', Rylan trancends as a beacon of light with 'Walking Away'. This Pop/Rock song fills the listener with majestic drum beats and uplifting guitar riffs. 'Walking Away' shares a very personal and profound 'Leap of Faith'. 'Man, I think your body rocks! Let's do some body shots!' Rylan's debut includes the showcase club anthem 'Go-Go Boyz'. Written as a hats off to male dancers and all-male reviews appearing nightly in the LGBT community. This high energy song mixes elements of electronica and house to honor a worldwide LGBT tradition. 'Walk Away' is a journey through Light and Love, following Rylan's very distinct zen style of Pop music. Rylan shares philosophies, heart, and truth in a debut album that is sure to become a classic addition to any collection.
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