Her debut single which will launch Rachel Grant into her music career is called "Paradise Inferno" and is due for release any time now - and you may be hearing it in a club near you even sooner.
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1.4, Di Wei Shin Kan New Wei Shin Kan (Paradise Inferno)
A burst of cedar is what comes first from Paradiso Inferno Pink, one so strong that it can almost be smelt the wood it was cut from, like pencil shavings between the fingers...more masculine than feminine, sportive but not fresh enough to be cool.
A while later, citrus (according to the posted notes, is orange) shows its head timidly, not giving the sufficient freshness to tame or to blend with the cedar, kind of like a background singer whose voice can be heard but doesn't help at all the almost shrill one of the main singer.
I guess that some people might enjoy this cedarbomb and find it fresh; as for me, I guess that I'll have to try it a second time.
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