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Just like the old days

This new release takes us back to the sound that made BRMC famous, a fast and pounding track complete with that signature sound of fuzziness as found on their other singles like ''Spread Your Love'', ''Stop'' and ''Whatever Happened to My Rock 'n Roll''. This is BRMC back at their best as the dark knights of Rock 'n Roll.

They're back

How on earth this didn't make the NME Chart after their single 'Stop' was the first ever NME Chart No. 1 I'll never know. Too many bands posing as bands and not doing the business. BRMC are back doing what BRMC do best - making great music. Cut form the same cloth as tracks like 'Six Barrell Shotgun' and 'Spread Your Love', 'Weapon Of Choice' pounds along like a run-away train and tears your face off at the same time. They'll never become mainstream, but then that's part of their appeal.

The boys of black are back

I was lucky enough to go along to the album preveiw show about month ago and this song was one of the first to win over the crowd to the new LP. Classic BRMC thumping sound, if you like the other singles like "What ever happened to my rock and roll" then this is well worth 79p. BRMC-ROCK WITH A FROWN


Formed: 1998 in San Francisco, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The seed that became Black Rebel Motorcycle Club — or BRMC for short — was planted in 1995, when Robert Levon Been (aka Robert Turner) and Peter Hayes met while attending high school in San Francisco. The two formed a solid friendship and a shared camaraderie based on a mutual love of early-'90s U.K. bands like Ride, the Stone Roses, the Jesus and Mary Chain, and My Bloody Valentine. Despite such similar tastes, both joined different bands — Hayes spent time in the Brian Jonestown...
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