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Upon launching his own imprint label called Bedroom Classics, JOSH ROUSE is proud to (finally) see one of his full length albums available on vinyl. In an amazing gatefold packaging, the vinyl version of SUBTITULO comes with exclusive artwork which differs drastically from it's sister CD version.

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Upon launching his own imprint label called Bedroom Classics, JOSH ROUSE is proud to (finally) see one of his full length albums available on vinyl. In an amazing gatefold packaging, the vinyl version of SUBTITULO comes with exclusive artwork which differs drastically from it's sister CD version. Subtitulo marks Josh Rouse's 6th full length album (and first for his new imprint, Bedroom Classics). Reflecting back on his migration to Spain after spending many years in Nashville, TN, Josh bought a plane ticket and immersed himself in the lifestyle and customs of Spanish culture. This influence shines throughout the upbeat (and largely romantic) tenor of each song. The first song on the album, "Quiet Town" (a homage to the Spanish community, where Josh first laid roots upon arrival), feels like you're there - curled up on the balcony of a whitewashed casita, while "Summertime" evokes memories of adolescent days past. Other songs, such as "Jersey Clowns" paint a picture of infidelity in the lower level mafia. "His Majesty Rides" reflects on the life of a touring musician. "The Man Who" (a duet with female vocalist, Paz Suay), tells a story of isolation and the desire to administer therapy to those we come to love. Ease into the warm and sunny sounds of Subtitulo.