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The Brandos


 
"Seems funny, dreams, money. Fame, fortune, pale quickly. When you love someone, learn from them. They lead you where they leave you. She's not thinking of me. She's had me in a freeze so long. I can't go home. Growing colder in my nowhere zone." "Nowhere Zone" by The Brandos. Gritty. Passionate. Emotionally uncompromising rock and roll. THE BRANDOS have returned with their fifth and quite possibly strongest studio album to date. Although "Nowhere Zone" contains many new elements, it will gratify their fans all the way and furnish what they expect from this all-American original. It has been nearly twelve years since this New Yorkquartet - featuring original mbers Dave Kincaid on vocals and guitars andErnie Mendillo on bass, along with guitarist Frank Giordano and ex-Del Lords drummer Frank Funaro - unleashed their tra mark guitar-rock sound to theworld. The preceding two studio albums "The Light of Day (1994)" in whichKincaid, who grew up with pure traditional folk music, de ded to explore hismusical heritage a little further, and "Pass The Hat (1996)" aneffort totake the band back to the American guitar rock it is so well known for, only represent elements of this new and original sound--Nowhere Zone is a departure and testimonial that THE BRANDOS are committed to change. Nowhere Zone, produced - as always - by Kincaid, contains all the elements fans have come to love about the band: anthemic choruses, stellar guitar licks and frontman David´s emotionally raw delivery. Topics run the gamut from unrequited love ("Nowhere Zone"), to defiance ("Contribution"), raw sexual desire ("Have Love Will Travel"), and the tragedy of personal loss ("The Smoky Mountain Lament"). Kincaid´s uncensored performance - both in the title track and beyond - is not just an emotional offering for his fans, it has also served to heal himself. "My outlook on this record is to use music to feel better, to have it bring a different outlook my way." THE BRANDOS - always known as a brilliant live band - are keen to come back to Europe and satisfy their fans with a number of live shows. This Is THE BRANDOS.
 
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