Brad Sucks | I Don't Know What I'm Doing

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I Don't Know What I'm Doing

by Brad Sucks

Ironic electro-pop.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Making Me Nervous
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2. Look and Feel Years Younger
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4:40 $0.99
3. Fixing My Brain
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3:59 $0.99
4. Bad Attraction
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5. Sick as a Dog
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6. Borderline
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7. I Think I Started a Trend
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8. Never Get Out
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9. Overreacting
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10. Dirtbag
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11. Time to Take Out the Trash
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12. Work Out Fine
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Brad Sucks is a one-man band who writes, records, mixes and distributes his music from his home in Ottawa, Canada. Dripping with grooves, a vivid lyrical style, and an incredibly catchy pop sensibility, Brad's music has been likened to that of Beck, Moby, Folk Implosion and John Vanderslice.

In February 2002, Brad began offering free downloads of his music on his Web site, bradsucks.net. According to Brad, "If the worst-case scenario is becoming a well-heard musician who never gets paid, I can live with that."

His debut album, "I Don't Know What I'm Doing", was released in August 2003 and has been downloaded by thousands of people from around the world. Accused of "going off the DIY deep-end", Brad also offers hand-made CDs for the low price of $5 US, shipping included worldwide.

Brad was also the driving force behind "Outside the Inbox: Songs Inspired by Spam", a compilation album of songs titled after spam subject lines. Contributing his own song to those of 13 other independent artists who decided to meet his challenge, Brad produced the album in October 2003 to great success. The novel concept and professional execution of the album has ignited a small storm of press attention for Brad Sucks and "Outside the Inbox", from as far away as Germany, the Caribbean, South Africa and Australia.

With a rapidly growing audience tuning into his self-described "emo party music", Brad continues to offer fresh new tunes, along with his thoughts and experiences in independent music at www.bradsucks.net.


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Frost

Good for One Guy Band
This one man band is awesome. His songs sounds great and very catchy, listen to it to find out, but I guarantee you, you will find it just as awesome as I have.

Sector9niner

Excellent Music
Brad Sucks is Beck's step brother! First heard about them from the freeski movie PNW, which has two of his songs. Brad is innovative, passionate, and unique to listen to, buy it.

www.deweydecibelsystem.com

As wholesome as american pie.
Great honest original tunes, absolutely love it!

Paul Kuhn

Great stuff! Got to have "Look and feel years younger:"
I listened to this CD for free at Brad's website a couple years ago, then recently went back to listen again, only to find my plugins no longer worked with the downloads. Had to have this album, survived the test of time, so I bought it! I think "Look and feel years younger" could be a big radio favorite.