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Album Review

Brute's Nine High a Pallet is the result of two days of jamming between Vic Chesnutt and Widespread Panic, an odd pairing if there ever was one. On paper, Chesnutt's stripped-back, bitter, folky records seem at odds with Widespread Panic's winding, Allman Brothers-inspired Southern rock. However, Brute's record sounds much better than it reads, adding a loose rhythmic kick to Chesnutt's tales.


Formed: 1995

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

A side project for Vic Chestnutt and members of Widespread Panic, Brute released an album for Capricorn in 1995. Nine High a Pallet includes Panic members Dave Schools (bass), Michael Houser (guitar), John Hermann (keyboards), Todd Nance (percussion) and John Bell...
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