Brand X: Unorthodox Behaviour (1976)

Daedelus Rex, chief archivist to the lords of leisure, notes the following on 2X4.0621.448: Amid clutter a sputtering engine clambers, attic’d in a…

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Brand X: Moroccan Roll (1977)

An Eastern shift where John Goodsall plays the sitar and the band’s sere and sinewy sound is interrupted by islands of calm collapsar…

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Brand X: Livestock (1977)

The live adventures of the mathematically minded and mellow-eastern Brand X. Livestock is one of the most subdued-sounding live albums I own; percussion…

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Brand X: Masques (1978)

This is the album where Phil Collins is completely gone and the band is supposed to become irrelevant. As if that weren’t enough,…

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Brand X: Product (1979)

Kronomyth 5.0: PARALLELOBRAND. This is where it gets kind of weird, like when a long-lost husband returns home to find his wife in…

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Brand X: Do They Hurt? (1980)

Kronomyth 6.0: BRANDAMAGE. The two factions of Brand X did a little more tinkering in the interim, as if anyone actually cared who…

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Brand X: Live At The Roxy LA (1996)

Kronomyth 9.3: PRODUCT MARKETING. This is a soundboard recording from one of Brand X’s shows at L.A.’s Roxy Theatre, recorded shortly after the…

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