Sarah Potenza - Monster

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Artist :   Sarah Potenza
Album Name :   Monster
Genre :   Singer/Songwriter
Tracks :   11
Relase Date :   19 August 2016
Country :   USA

Monster (Sarah Potenza) Album Songs

Song Title Artist Time
1. The Mountain Sarah Potenza 3:54
2. My Turn Sarah Potenza 3:35
3. Bird Sarah Potenza 3:54
4. Monster Sarah Potenza 3:17
5. Up on the Third Floor Sarah Potenza 4:35
6. The Cost of Living Sarah Potenza 3:23
7. Take Me to Church Sarah Potenza 3:51
8. Granddad Sarah Potenza 4:20
9. Run Through the Jungle Sarah Potenza 3:04
10. Tear the Roof Off Sarah Potenza 4:05
11. Valley of Tears Sarah Potenza 4:26

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  • Red Ants Pants

    Sarah just played at The Red Ants Pants Music Festival in White Sulphur Springs, Montana and she rocked the house(cow field)!! She is an outstanding performer and a great story teller. Top notch entertainer.
  • Fantastic!

    There's been some great talent on The Voice but it's hard to tell what their style will be when all they do are covers. Whoever wins the show gets an album, but unfortunately it's usually overproduced and not what you expect. Sarah didn't win The Voice, but as soon as I heard her, I knew she was a great singer. This album was a pleasant surprise! The whole album is fantastic! Even the covers! Buy this album! My personal favorites are Bird, The Mountain and Valley of Tears....
  • Amazing!

    Saw her in concert the other night and bought a copy of the album. Have had it playing on repeat since then. I honestly can't say enough good things about this album or about Sarah & Ian. One of the best I have heard in a long time!
  • This record will convert you.

    Pumpkin a Day
    I don't normally write reviews. The only series of the Voice I watched was the season Meghan Linsey and Sarah Potenza were on. Meghan Linsey's voice (and story) had this captivating effect on me that Sarah's didn't at the time. A few months following the voice (my timeline might be off), I was on Twitter and Meghan Linsey was asking people to donate to the Kickstarter for this CD - Monster. (The campaign was caused "My Turn" and I would recommend browsing it as her journey is incredible). I wound up digging up some of Sarah's music on YouTube and fell in love with some of the songs that hadn't actually been produced. I fell in love and have actually seen her in concert a couple of times now. This record included a couple of those songs that made me fall in love with Sarah's vocals and Ian's guitar playing skills. There is something on this record for everyone I guarantee it. Even though I am saying that, I will also say the album feels very much cohesive. It feels like a person. Like their life. And that is one of the biggest compliments I could give. Oh and her cover of "Take Me To Church" is sick. Absolutely.
  • Awesomeness

    Sarah's Monster CD is awesome. I especially loved The Mountain and Bird takes my breath away

    As soon as I heard her on the voice I instantly fell in love with her voice and I can't wait for all the songs ~biggest fan (u know who Sarah)
  • Love it!

    See this lady live in concert whenever and wherever you can!!! So glad to have some of her original stuff on this album.

Sarah Potenza - Monster Album Wiki

A monster is often a type of grotesque creature, whose appearance frightens and whose powers of destruction threaten the human world's social or moral order. Animal monsters are outside the moral order, but sometimes have their origin in some human violation of the moral law (e.g. in the Greek myth, Minos does not sacrifice the white bull Poseidon sent him to the god, so as punishment Poseidon makes Minos' wife, Pasipha√ę, fall in love with the bull, and she copulates with the beast, and gives birth to the man with a bull's head, the Minotaur). Human monsters are those who by birth were never fully human (Medusa and her sisters) or who through some supernatural or unnatural act lost their humanity (werewolves, Frankenstein's monster), and so who can no longer, or who never could, follow the moral law of human society. Monsters pre-date written history, and the academic study of the particular cultural notions expressed in a society's ideas of monsters is known as monstrophy.Monsters have appeared in literature and in feature-length films. Well-known monsters in fiction include Count Dracula, Frankenstein's monster, werewolves, mummies, and zombies..