Umbrella Blvd | A Wretch Like Me

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A Wretch Like Me

by Umbrella Blvd

This is the first solo album released by Brooks Bracken. It is a collection of dark melodies and cryptic lyrics accompanied by mixture grandiose rock and electronic music.
Genre: Rock: Experimental Rock
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1. Back Home
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2. The Bad Book
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3. Bermuda Circle
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4. The Old Disappearing Act
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5. The Fold
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6. Golden Bones
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7. Darkness On Earth
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8. Right Hand Red
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9. Ghost
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10. Slow Burn
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is the debut album for Umbrella Blvd. The album was conceived, written, performed, and recorded by Brooks Bracken. Brooks sang every melody and played every instrument on the album (with a few exceptions). This arduous undertaking took a little over a year and a half to complete. A grand mixture of musical stylings come together to make 10 songs about love, death and space travel. The music ranges from electro beats to rock and roll, gospel hymns to choral breakdowns. In more ways than one, this is a big album.


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