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Stockholm Syndrome

Derek Webb
Stockholm Syndrome
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Product DescriptionOver two years in the making, Webb co-produced Stockholm Syndrome with former Caedmon’s Call bandmate Josh Moore (Watermark, Bethany Dillon, Bun-B, Slim Thug).  Stockholm Syndrome delivers everything listeners have come to expect from Derek Webb... Read More

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Track Listing

  Song Title Time Price  
Volume 1
Play Sample 1. Opening Credits 1:32
$1.29
Play Sample 2. Black Eye 2:54
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Play Sample 3. Cobra Con 2:59
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Play Sample 4. Freddie, Please 3:52
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Play Sample 5. The Spirit Vs. The Kick Drum 3:07
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Play Sample 6. The State 4:30
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Play Sample 7. The Proverbial Gun 3:42
$1.29
Play Sample 8. I Love/Hate You 5:02
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Play Sample 9. Becoming A Slave 5:22
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Play Sample 10. Jena & Jimmy 3:25
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Play Sample 11. Heaven 4:26
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Play Sample 12. What You Give Up To Get It 3:14
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Play Sample 13. American Flag Umbrella 4:35
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Product Description
Over two years in the making, Webb co-produced Stockholm Syndrome with former Caedmon’s Call bandmate Josh Moore (Watermark, Bethany Dillon, Bun-B, Slim Thug).  Stockholm Syndrome delivers everything listeners have come to expect from Derek Webb: killer pop hooks and lyrics as thought provoking as they are emotionally revealing. Sonically, however, this record is a radical departure for Webb, who has left his acoustic, folk/rock roots behind for a sound he describes as “intentionally inorganic.” Together, Webb and Moore have succeeded in creating a dense, richly absorbing sonic vernacular that pays homage to an entire century of music. From 1920’s jazz to 1950’s doo-wop, from disco and dance music to old-school R&B, Webb uses this album as a means of exploring deep issues through the central metaphor of Stockholm Syndrome, illuminating the ways in which a society can fall in love with an oppressive culture and become enslaved by it. That sound is palpable in every track from the strut of “Black Eye” and “Cobra Con” to the electropop of “Jena & Jimmy” and Webb’s ironic Fred Phelps-inspired love song, “Freddie, Please.”  “Instead of writing a dozen songs and then trying to figure out the best way to record them, Josh and I spent a year collecting sounds we loved – beats, loops, odd bits of programming – then weaving those elements into tracks that moved us and made us feel something,” comments Webb. “Only then did we even begin to think about song structures and melodies and lyrics.

A former member of the Houston, Texas-based Caedmon's Call, singer/songwriter Derek Webb has seen career sales approaching one million records, 10 Dove Award nominations, a Billboard Music Video Award nod and six No.1 radio hits. Webb’s innovative music marketing and distribution strategies have received national news coverage in USA Today and the LA Times.  Web plans to tour Fall 2009.

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  • Release Date: Sep 1, 2009
  • Stockholm Syndrome
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