Brad ‎– Interiors

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Loosegroove Records ‎– LG 0006-1
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A1 Secret Girl 3:13
A2 The Day Brings
Guitar [Additional] – Mike McCready
3:43
A3 Lift
Guitar [Additional] – Brendan O'Brian*
4:39
A4 I Don't Know
Guitar [Additional], Keyboards [Additional] – Brendan O'Brian*
3:39
A5 Upon My Shoulders
Cello – Wendy SutterPercussion – Bashiri Johnson
4:37
B1 Sweet Al George 4:03
B2 Funeral Song 4:58
B3 Circle & Line 3:42
B4 Some Never Come Home
Guitar [Additional] – Brendan O'Brian*
4:23
B5 Candles 2:20
B6 Those Three Words 5:38

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  • Barcode: 615695000619

Other Versions (5 of 10) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
EPC 487921 2, 487921 2 Brad Interiors(CD, Album) Epic, Epic EPC 487921 2, 487921 2 Europe 1997 Sell This Version
ET 68137, ET68137 Brad Interiors(Cass, Album) Epic, Epic ET 68137, ET68137 US 1997 Sell This Version
EK 68137 Brad Interiors(CD, Album) Epic EK 68137 US 1997 Sell This Version
79301-83406-1 Brad Interiors(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Gat + 7", Single) Razor & Tie 79301-83406-1 US 2013 Sell This Version
487921 2 Brad Interiors(CD, Album) Epic 487921 2 Australia & New Zealand 1997 Sell This Version

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August 28, 2016

A MOST VARIED album of songs - teetering almost successfully - between complex pop orchestrations to simple rock rhythms. BRAD open with "Secret Girl" a textbook rocker then - follow it - with the soulful "The Day Brings." Going back and forth whetting the listener palette with all of Stone Gossard and Jeremy Toback's packaged musical ideas. My first reaction to the seemingly contrived high pitched vocals on songs like "I Don't Know" and "Upon My Shoulders" was to stand back a bit and wave a red flag, but repeated listens have ditched the flag and welcomed the voice print (at least on side one). Familiar influences show up at times (Young / CSN) but remain just that - extensions of an idea. Slowing down a bit on the flip side and ultimately over extending his stay, and wearing you down - the-man-with-the-high-pitched-voice can't save the last three songs from being anything more than forgetful pieces of banality. Not quite an indie rock record or a mainstream pop album, it's difficult to see where these guys want to set up camp. What is apparent is a re-release date on the 24th on Epic... now it is all starting to make sense....