Triptophane
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Triptophane

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We have released two album on places such as iTunes, Amazon and others

Discography

Triptophane-2008

1.Candy Cane

2.The Calling

3.Eagle Soars

4.Beautiful

5.Know You Too Well

6.Triptophane

7.Superhero

8.The Bricks of The Earth

9.Childhood

10.Me and Frank (I Didn't Do It) Part 2

We Made This Cause We're Poor- 2009

1.We Made This Cause We're Poor

2.Skiffle Funk

3.Rain

4.Henry

5.Canadian Flag

6.The Apache

7.Collapsing

8.Special Bus

9.Faces(God in a Glass)

10.Purity Ring

11.Indian Jam

12.Captain Cosmic and The Solar Wind

13.Claudia

14.Factory Piece 1

15.Factory Piece 2

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In the small town of Johnston, RI in 2007, a band was formed called Blue Moon. This acoustic indie band released one EP "Morning Glory". Blue Moon was the first musical collaboration between guitarist Greyson Davison and percussionist Dan Figueroa. After that EP, Blue Moon broke up but a musical bond was formed between Greyson and Daniel, who in 2008 formed The Biting Pinkies. In May 2008, the band released their first EP "Noise". The experimental nature of the band made few fans, as well as the band name. They soon changed their name to "Triptophane" and their first album under the self-titled name "Triptophane" is now out on iTunes. The album has so far gotten rave reviews, such as "oringinal", hip, and refreshing", "really like it, hope to hear more", and many others. Triptophane just released their sencond album "We Made This Cause We're Poor". Discarding the predictability of the drum machine, percussionist Dan Figueroa has made the move to a steady rhythm on acoustic drums. Blending acoustic rock with electric noise music, Triptophane is quickly diversifying to broader sounds on this return to basic roots, of 60’s experimental rock, i.e.; Frank Zappa, Velvet Underground, Pink Floyd, Captain Beefheart and others. While Greyson’s guitar, sounds more of the electric psychedelic in the new release, than of its predecessor, and his voice is maturing into the epitome of a soul-searching artist.