Jason and the Robots
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Jason and the Robots

Southaven, Mississippi, United States

Southaven, Mississippi, United States
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Jason and the Robots release of his debut album "Stripped" is currently available at most websites including Itunes, Amazon, Limewire, Myspace, Lala, Nokia, Rhapsody, and the website www.jasonandtherobots.com



Thrashed about in the tumultuous wake of an intense personal loss, Jason was forced to deal with the destruction of something he had worked so hard to create. The world had just been flipped upside down, and Jason needed to restore order. He needed balance.

Driven by the emotional imperative to create something where there seemed only to be destruction and loss, Jason was soon to find himself back in the familiar world of writing and creating music. It would start out unintentionally--simply a raw, instinctual response that was wholly for him and wholly by him. Piece by piece, he built his own recording studio where he would lock himself away for a year, performing and recording all instruments himself, one track at a time, song by song, day by day. This creative momentum steamrolled upon itself, and the unpredicted result would become an entire album of sincere, highly emotional songs, each representing one month of his life that year.

The freedom he experienced during the creative process allowed him to stay true to what was real to him. As varied and dynamic as the emotional experience itself, Jason and the Robots’ debut album Stripped appeals to a broad spectrum of listeners. Using theatrical analogies as well as straightforward lyrics, Jason and his robots take you on a journey through a strange, upside down world. At times dark and brooding, Stripped never takes itself too seriously and manages to remain light-hearted and playful. The album tells a story of progression, bringing elements of rock, electronica, metal, dance, and even swing.

That year of creative devotion paid off. Stripped is at once emotionally-driven and catchy, sincere and fun. Since its February 16 release date, the positive response to the album has been overwhelming. The album has appealed to a global audience, with sales continuing to climb at home and in places as far away as Japan. And critical acclaim has poured in. Striking a particular chord among its audience, one element is reaching people on a mass level. The reviews have revealed a common theme of refreshing: “Now there is finally something other than all this cookie cutter 2 minute pop junk. The album reminds me of something that Danny Elfman would create. The visuals you get while listening will just pop in your head out of nowhere. This music is so refreshing and new! Thank you Jason and the Robots!!”