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Total Movement are bringing a fresh and distinctive sound to the modern music scene. Tight grooves and enchanting melodies combine to create a unique atmosphere that is guaranteed to grip you. The band’s recently completed EP is a collection of five original tracks mixing euphoric dance elements with contemporary rock. Written by Paul and Alan Mansford, and amazingly produced by Ollie Balman, this debut EP gives a glowing impression of what this rising and talented band has to offer.

Total Movement began in 2005 when twin brothers Paul (Vocals) and Alan Mansford (Bass) moved to London to study Music Performance. After writing and arranging their initial five songs they moved to the studio with Producer/Guitarist Ollie Balman and drummer James Field to record their EP. After performing in London venues throughout the summer of 2006, Total Movement started work on their full-length studio album ‘Halo’, collaborating with industry professionals from around the country.

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  • llzzy

    <3 this band.

    30 Aug 2010 Reply
  • unrealshade

    wait, the guitarist is not Joe Dickinson but Ollie Balman, right? tale of rock says Ollie Balman, myspace of Total Movement says Joe Dickinson ... i am confused

    23 Jul 2009 Reply
  • unrealshade

    i love the "the heat" introriff sooo much!!!! also, the music and solos of the "tale of rock" is very nice! where can i listen to more of Joe Dickinson's guitar music like that?? would love to have an answer Unrealshade

    23 Jul 2009 Reply
  • vhaeraun666

    Very nice! Go and look at "www.tale-of-rock.com"; and watch the mix with that funny video!

    4 Oct 2008 Reply
  • Killray-on

    o_0

    18 Apr 2008 Reply

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