Just A Theory
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Spaceships & Angels (EP) 2006
3-track promo featuring
Feel
Spaceships & Angels
Haircut

All three have had plays on XRadio, TitanRadio,
Bunk Radio, BNRX.fm

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3-song enhanced CD SPACESHIPS AND ANGELS featuring “Feel” video.
Track 1 Feel – radio single

It started for a cause, five guys getting together to perform at a hurricane relief concert. No other plans. No other aspirations. Yet, something happened that night. The energy created by the band, the intensity in which they played and the connection they formed with the audience made this group aware that they should go further.
With such influences as Led Zeppelin, U2, Tool and P.O.D, this band has determined itself to go places and brings everything they’ve got to the table. Led by their charismatic vocalist, the band ebbs and flows, bobs and weaves, soars and dive to consistently bring one of the most energetic, passionate performances around. Their fan base grows as each show opens both eyes and hearts as audiences embrace them.
With comparisons to Soundgarden and Audioslave being made, Just A Theory positions itself to be a force to be reckoned with. Lead guitarist, Mauricio “X” Minotta, gives the band its color as the rhythm section provides a steady, groovin’ beat. “X” puts such magic in his strings that his thunderous chords reach the heavens and his leads summons forth “Spaceships & Angels.”
“Wanna have some fun?”
That’s how it began. That’s the question Rich posed to “X”. Rich, Kevin and Gabriel had just put together a relief concert to help the victims of hurricane Katrina when Rich wondered aloud if they should put their musical abilities to the effort.
“We had put this show together because we wanted to do what we can to help, and then we figured we have some fun with it, too,” says Rich.
“The night was amazing,” Kevin says, “after we played, we had all kinds of people asking for our CD and where we were playing next.”
Knowing full well of the “hurricanes” that affect their surroundings, from depression to abuse, this band dedicated itself, at this time, to tackle one “hurricane” and stand up for the plight of the homeless. Their shows will continue to be an exciting, passionate display of their music and an outreach to get people involved with helping the homeless.

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www.myspace.com/justatheorymusic
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