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article imageReview: Alive from the Scrapheap tells a beautiful story

By Wesley Butler     Apr 26, 2014 in Entertainment
New York - Christina Rubino is a New York native who strives to tell a meaningful story.
“Alive from the Scrapheap” tells a beautiful story. It’s about an artist who got lost trying to find herself and only found herself when she was lost.
When you listen to songs like “Seems” have themes of living with addictions, losing loved ones, and heartbreak. Others like “Tidal,” is a heart wrenching for anyone who has ever lost control and found themselves at rock bottom.
However, the doom and gloom feeling subsides when you hear a song like “Gateway,” which opens the door to hope and inspiration.
“I swore most of these songs would never see the light of day. They were too personal and embarrassing,” said Rubino. “It was difficult to even play them in front of my producer. It was only the constant nagging from my conscience and the unrelenting feeling that I must do this which led me to the decision to continue recording.”
Overall, this album is perfect for a music lover who wants to hear a good story rather than read it. For more information about Christina Rubino, visit her website.
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