Yerbadiablo | Jester in Brick Lane

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Jester in Brick Lane

by Yerbadiablo

A brave experimental example of hard rock influenced by punk, hardcore, blues, r'n'r, funk, psychedelia, tribal rhythmes, country and also reggae, sung both in English and Spanish!
Genre: Metal/Punk: Funk Metal
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1. Punk in-Fusion
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2. Winston Smith & the Street Dogs
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3:08 $0.99
3. Brick Lane
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4:04 $0.99
4. Back to the Monkey
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5. Z'é Toile
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6. Panamerika
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3:38 $0.99
7. Magic Jester's Box
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8. Sulphurea
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6:03 $0.99
9. Guilty Blues
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10. Bad Days Good Waves
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11. Towards Winay Marka
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12. Niebla
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13. Yerbadiablo
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“Jester In Brick Lane” is the first album by Yerbadiablo, an Italian group which formed in 2010. It’s not easy to describe “Jester In Brick Lane”, its chameleon-like qualities place it among those albums that are hard to classify but are often styled as "eclectic". The thread spun by the 13 tracks weaves its way through a myriad of musical genres, often within the same song. The most obvious reasons for this varied expression can clearly be found in a personal need for total stylistic freedom and an innate aversion to all forms of standardization. This is linked to an even deeper reason in turn related to the very meaning of the album, and is symbolized perfectly in the figure of the jester, the eclectic and eccentric character whose presence is felt throughout the 13 tracks.



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