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Its the 90s and music is at an ever changing pace One band that contributes to that change goes by the name of Fuel Fuel is a new band that focuses its performance on a mix of alternative and hardrock Headed by Brett Scallions lead vocals guitarand Carl Bell songwriter guitar and vocals Fuel blows the competition away its powerful smash songs One of those songs Bittersweet hit the top of the charts not to long ago This essay is based on the song Bittersweet and its personal relation with both Carl Bell and Brett Scallions Carl Bell grew up in Brownsville Tennessee and loved to live a faced paced bad attitude type of life style For example a line from the song Bittersweet kick against the pricks and scrape the shinsBell emphasizes his childhood and maybe some growing pains he my have went through as a child He was probably like all other children living on the edge They say writing songs is a way of expressing your feelings and putting them to good use In addition another line in the song Im the enemy in the enemies nowBell demonstrates a possible low point in Bells life where he felt like he was badwithin being bad You can think of Brett Scallions as the connection between Carl Bell and theaudience For example Scallions being the song performer with his loud voice projects Carls thoughts and feelings to everyone else As a young singer Scallions worshipped the vocals of the Cults Ian Asbury but Scallions own powerful voice resonates with an unique expressive energy Fuel Sunburn p3 But growing up in a small town could have left his singing career to not be found In addition Scallions voice carries a powerful message that can be recognized by the audience A kind of voice that my have a feeling in it Although Scallions has never told anybody it might be possible the reason why
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