Pre-Order: Release Date March 2020
Limited Run Vinyl release Red Vinyl w/ Black & White Splatter.
FIRST TIME ON VINYL AND LOOK AT EVERYTHING YOU GET
- Limited to 200 Copies
- Release Date March 15, 2020
- Red White & Black Splatter Vinyl
- Full-Color Printed Inner Sleeve. No more generic sleeves : )
- Comes with Hype Sticker
- Remastered for Vinyl
- Includes RipStream when shipped.
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ABOUT THE ALBUM
John and Dino Elefante's label Pakaderm released some of the greatest AOR melodic rockers, such as MASTEDON, GUARDIAN, FEAR NOT, HALO, X-SINNER, LOVEWAR and of course this release by THE BRAVE
John and Dino Elefante were the Mutt Lang of Christian Music, it seemed life every time you flipped over a CD their name was stamped as the producers and there is a good reason for it. They were experts at their craft. John Elefante was the lead singer of Kansas. He and his brother even produced the St. Elmo's Fire Soundtrack. Their production was over the top and blew everything out of the water. Yep superior.
What they did for THE BRAVE was no exception. This band would have been huge had it come out a few years earlier, however grunge was quickly closing in on It's ultimate ear-candy, with flying guitar works, melodies, hooks and and explosive production that was second to none. It was the perfect example of what happens when you have pros in your corner, pushing for excellence. It's better than you remember, trust me, it's that good. Just take a listen to these 2 songs. It can still stand up to any mainstream act today. Strong vocals, attitude and more.
If That Ain't Love
Running All My Life
Tears of a Broken Heart