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“THE CRY OF WAR” by Gary Dranow


"The Cry of a War" by Gary Dranow, part of his forthcoming double album "Never Give Up," is a musical journey that takes listeners on an emotional rollercoaster. The song's message is deeply rooted in the idea of the unbreakable bonds of unconditional love, woven into the fabric of a story that unfolds against the backdrop of Ukraine's struggle for self-determination.


The song masterfully captures the courage and resilience of the Ukrainian people as they face the onslaught of tyranny driven solely by greed and power. Each verse paints a vivid picture of their unwavering commitment to the cause, their sacrifices, and their unwavering spirit.

As the song progresses, the final verse delivers a powerful twist that is both unexpected and inspiring. It envisions a scenario where Ukraine's triumph not only liberates its own people but also becomes a beacon of hope for the Russian population. This vision of a united, democratic Russia rising up to overthrow Putin and his cronies is a testament to the transformative power of hope and love.




Musically, "The Cry of a War" is a tour de force. The electric guitars evoke a sense of urgency and determination, while the electric bass and drums provide a driving rhythm that underscores the song's emotional intensity. The soaring vocals and harmonies add an ethereal quality that elevates the song to an even greater emotional height. In essence, "The Cry of a War" transcends being just a song; it's a profound narrative that resonates with the human spirit's innate yearning for freedom and love. Gary Dranow's composition not only pays tribute to the Ukrainian people's struggle but also stirs the listener's soul, leaving an indelible mark long after the music fades away. This song is a timeless anthem of hope, resilience, and the enduring power of love in the face of adversity. Stream "The Cry Of War" on all major platforms!


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