Burnin Rain

Burnin Rain

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Garage rock band from Dallas, Texas (1988-1993). Mike Pemberton (singer, songwriter, lead guitar); Danny Connelly (vocals); Bobby Faubion (bass); Erich Anderson (guitar, organ); Chris Gore, drums
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Burnin Rain Discography

Albums

Burnin Rain, The* Visions (Album) Mind And Eye Records US 1989 Sell This Version
none Burnin Rain Iwaska(LP, Album) Rockadelic Records none US 1990 Sell This Version
Burning Rain, The* Pictures In The Fire (Album) Rockadelic Records Germany 1993 Sell This Version
RRLP 10.5 The Burning Rain* Sound Spectrum(LP, Album, Blu) Rockadelic Records RRLP 10.5 US 1993 Sell This Version
The Burnin Rain* Ritual Medicine Show (Album) Rockadelic Records US 1996 Sell This Version
none Burnin Rain Pictures In The Fire (CD, Album) Mind And Eye Records none US Unknown Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

001 Burnin Rain Climb To The Sky(7", Single, Ltd) Mind And Eye Records 001 US 1990 Sell This Version
RR 103 Burnin' Rain* Live!(7", Lim) Rockadelic Records RR 103 US Unknown Sell This Version
002 Burnin Rain Flying Saucers / Run And Hide(7", Single, Ltd, Red) Mind And Eye Records 002 US Unknown Sell This Version

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Melegan

Melegan

March 4, 2017
I think Visions is also influenced by early Screaming Trees
johnkatsmc5

johnkatsmc5

August 2, 2014
Garage Psych rock band from Dallas, Texas (1988-1993). Mike Pemberton (singer, songwriter, lead guitar); Danny Connelly (vocals); Bobby Faubion (bass); Erich Anderson (guitar, organ); Chris Gore, drums

The Burnin Rain is the ultimate psychedelic garage band on this planet, because they play a completely unique type of almost brain-dead,drug-soaked sixties garage and acid rock of their own. (Freak Beat Magazine)

It's a dark and foul-smelling rainy night.By the flickering light of the last remaining neon tube of smashed publicity sing watching over an incredibly filthy back ally in downtown Dallas.Three rats eating from a slowly disintergating,blackly swollen corpse of a crack addict. Suddenly a loud metal clatter runs through the deserted ally in this shunned neighbourhood. The round heavy metal lid of a derelict sewer system is thrown aside by a enormous force and out of this hellish black hole gulps a thick, green-glowing smoke. The rats stop chewing on the rotting meat of the extremities of the corpse and stare in fascination ant the black hole,from which suddenly rises a dripping wet,shiny black claw holding a square,flat object.A beam of insane terror runs through the beady little eyes of the rats that squeak in fear and gallop out of the ally at full speed. This could only mean one thing that Rockadelic Records have released the new record by The Burnin Rain (Ritual medicine Show). (Freak Beat Magazine)

The Burnin Rain have established them selves completely as a serious cult band in Europe.This is pure,crude and unpolished garage-psych as it's ment to be. I think that "Gwendolyn" must be one,if not the best Rain songs I have heard so far. The guitar is just incredible and one is tempted to put it on the level with immortal (Cold Sun) "Dark Shawdows" album that Rockadelic pressed.Though the over all atmosphere is completely differnt.With the soulfulgrooves of of the song "The Undergroud" the band is always expanding into different directions. What I like about The Burnin Rain is that they are immediately recognized as a pure Texas psych band that uses the jug and a dry guitar sound that places them among the logic heirs of the stand out band that have been knighted Texas psych garage greats.Just take the song "Black Cat Night" with it's circling guitar themes that take you eight miles higher than all these fake wanna-bees. With primitive crawling vocals,soaring guitars and swelling organ I can't think of a better psyche-garage Texas band that I have listen to that is better than "The Burnin Rain". (Gregor Kessler Gore Magazine).

only that tracks i found in web by Burnin Rain...............http://www.dailymotion.com/playlist/x3bd6e_John_Dug_the-burnin-rain-texas-psychedelic-rock/1#video=x113jhw

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