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Valora's latest or related album is I Waited For You
Which is released on 2011-10-24 from record company Hollywood Records.
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Valora - I Waited For You (Official Music Video) Moments into Valora's Hollywood Records debut album, “I Waited for You,” it hits home, singer Syd Duran is the real deal. Throughout the album's 11 tracks, Syd sings with fearsome conviction, summoning all the just powers of rock into her three-octave range. But Syd is about more than technique or stage presence. She has stories to tell: stories about isolation and betrayal, of misbegotten love and life out of whack. As the album shows, her rock vocal chops would mean nothing if Syd didn't sing from the heart. “I didn't want to write a feel-good record,” she says. “You don't always feel good. For the most part, in life you're getting over something.”
“I Waited for You” was produced by Grammy-nominated Johnny K (Disturbed, Finger 11) and mixed by Neil Avron (Fallout Boy, Linkin Park.) It's simple and raw "“ no horns, no synths, no auto-tuned perfection. “The main thing Johnny had to understand about Valora was the feeling I want people to get when they hear my voice,” Syd says. “I needed to find a producer that valued vocals as much as I do.”
The album opens with the savagely indignant “I Waited For You,” a song Syd co-wrote a few years ago, and which drew early attention to the band. “I'm really proud of it,” she says. “I wrote it right out of high school.” Other songs, like “Extreme” (“All the girls think I'm a bit psycho/ Maybe I am but that's the way I roll”), “Live” and “Forgotten,” sustain the disequilibrium. Learn more about Valora