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Great Album from a Great Band

Finding these ablums from Brand X on iTunes has been a real treat. Theyre really isnt enough i can say about these guys. Since the 70's they've brought us incredible music with wonderful musicianship and an original and unique approach to songwriting. Now, the only complaint i can give about this album, (and its not do to Brand X at all,) is after purchasing this download, some of the tracks skip. Yes, some of the songs actually skip. I thought maybe it was something wrong with my Mac or my iPod, but no matter what i do, some of the songs skip (like Stellerato, which is one of my favorites). I dont know if this was a downloading issue or an iTunes issue, but i hope that for future buyers this problem is corrected. all in all though, i think the music on this record more then speaks for itself and anyone who is interested should give these guys a real good listening to.


Formed: 1974 in England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s

Brand X were a British jazz-rock fusion outfit formed by Genesis drummer Phil Collins and Atomic Rooster guitarist John Goodsall as a side project from their regular groups. Their initial lineup also included keyboardist Robin Lumley and bassist Percy Jones (the Liverpool Scene, the Scaffold). Brand X's debut album, Unorthodox Behaviour, was released in 1976; a live album, Livestock, and the studio effort Moroccan Roll followed in 1977. Collins left the group to concentrate on Genesis, and for 1978's...
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