Brash | The Changing Moods of Brash (Demos and Promos)

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The Changing Moods of Brash (Demos and Promos)

by Brash

Disco rock, mixed with a little techno flare, with some rave on top.
Genre: Electronic: Disco
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1. Trumped (Demo Version)
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2:27 $0.99
2. Gettin' Dirty (Album Version)
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2:54 $0.99
3. Bram (Album Version)
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4:24 $0.99
4. It's Like Camping (Demo)
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2:09 $0.99
5. The Symphony of Henry IV (Demo)
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3:04 $0.99
6. Orange Juice and Milk (Album Version)
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6:35 $0.99
7. Bram (Original)
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2:38 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Brash is pure disco-metal. You may listen to this record and say "I beg to differ." The reason for this is because all songs with the exception of Orange Juice and Milk were written by Lawston, the band Woody and Gus were in prior to Brash.

This is essentially a very poor effort of getting some sub-par songs out to the world until our debut album is released in November.

With that said, there are some songs on the album that are very worth your while. Songs like Bram, Gettin' Dirty, Trumped, and The Symphony of Henry IV highlight the record. With the album's diversity, originality, and melodic sweetness this is a demo record that won't disappoint.

Our associates Robert Van Martin, Lloyd Truman, and Lil' Harold were a great help on these songs.


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Pearson Quarterly Music Review

Heart Pounding Thrill Ride
This album is one of the finer demos I've heard in a long time. The uniqueness of the song "Trumped" is a great way to start it off. "Gettin' Dirty" is a very catchy song with a great bass in the background. One can easily see why the band chose the song "Bram" to do a video for. It is a smooth song with humorous references to David Hasselhoff and the band's ability to make fun of themselves. All in all, it's a great demo and I'm looking forward to the release.

Robert Van Martin

Possibly the most diverse promo record I've heard
This album shows a vast array of musical genres and ability. Gettin' Dirty is exactly what Brash says it is...a classic 70's party track, and Orange Juice and Milk is a great dance track. My favorite however, is one of the most odd songs I've heard lyrically: Bram.