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Down - Brad - Shame (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Brad, from Seattle, Washington, USA, formed officially in (though the members had been playing together for a long time before that) and in released their debut album Shame. Brad included 4 friends from the Seattle area who are musicians, including Stone Gossard (of Pearl Jam fame), Regan Hagar (former member of an early grunge band.
  2. Brad Shame () The album that put Shawn on the map for music lovers. A beautiful unique album with grooves, funk, soul, jamming, ballads, experimentation ; you can't just pigeon hole this as grunge! My rating of the album: 5 stars Favorite tracks: all of them! To .
  3. Brad, comprised of members, Stone Gossard (Pearl Jam), Regan Hagar (Satchel), Shawn Smith (Pigeonhed, Satchel), and Jeremy Toback, had been playing together for years before formally forming as a band in Recorded in roughly 20 days, Shame was the debut album from Seattle band, Brad/5(7).
  4. The song "Shame" was released as part of King's album Smooth Talk and lasts four minutes and thirty-eight seconds. The album version opens with a saxophone note by Sam Peake and is "more concise." Scotty Miller played the drums, and Instant Funk member Raymond Earl played the bass. Al Garrison and David Todd produced the extended remix for the twelve-inch vinyl single, which lasts .
  5. Shame, an Album by Brad. Released 27 April on Epic (catalog no. ZK; CD). Genres: Alternative Rock, Grunge.
  6. A LOW DOWN DIRTY SHAME Original RIAA Gold Sales Award JIVE $ $ shipping. RIAA Multi-Platinum Album CD And Cassette Bush Razorblade Suitcase. $ $ shipping. Guaranteed by Fri, Jul 3. RIAA Multi-Platinum Album CD Meat Loaf Meatloaf Bat Out Of Hell Back into Hell. $ $ shipping. Guaranteed by Fri.
  7. Shame is the debut studio album by the American rock band Brad. It was released on April 27, through Epic Records.
  8. Apr 14,  · out of 5 stars Brad- shame. Reviewed in the United States on January 18, I bought this album back in '93(on cassette!) after reading a small article on them in Spin. to your eye. It's a rather emotionally downbeat album, but you'll still find it to be the perfect soundtrack for lyin' down in the park on the grass, looking up.

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