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Ashes

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I LOVE BUDDAHEAD

This is not only the 1st album that buddahead has recorded! A few years ago "When I Fall" was released and introduced what REAL music is! Now that "Ashes" was released, i can not get enough of Buddahead. The drummer in fact is a good family friend of mine. That though is not the reason for my obsession. if you want to listen to some real rockin' music, by this album.BUY IT!!!!!!

Def the Buddahead we've been waiting for!

After listening to Crossing the Invisible line countless times, this new album is definitely different, while still holding onto the rhythyms and beautiful vocals we've come to truly love about their music. I read an article and it said how they released this on their own label so as to avoid basically all the big label drama that gets forced down an artist throat until the genius of their art is compromised to a point of not being their own. They have succeded greatly in giving us just that with this album, Kuddos guys! Real fans will truly appreciate this. Love Story of our Lives.

Ashes

Beautifully done!

Biography

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Before Buddahead, there was Raman Kia. He was born in Iran, where learning piano offered a respite from the harsh drumbeat of daily violence. Kia fled the country while still a boy, and studied in England before eventually settling in New York City. It was there that pal Leona Naess nicknamed him Buddahead, and his lush adult alternative sound began to take shape. He and his band then hit the road. In 2003, Buddahead played Bonnaroo, and ended up contributing a cut called "Invisible" to the festival's...
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