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8 thoughts on “ Fragile - Brand X (3) - Do They Hurt? (CD, Album)

  1. Brand X's songs: Listen to songs by Brand X on Myspace, Stream Free Online Music by Brand X Brand X. Photos Fragile! Brand X. Do They Hurt? Voidarama. Brand X. Do They Hurt.
  2. Brand X modernize their sound and streamline music further on the 's "Do they hurt". On the first track, we have a fantastic bass modern playing seconded by mediocre vocals, simplified drums and 80's keyboards. Wouldn't be surprised if it were inspired by Collins but it seems it wasn't!
  3. Nov 16,  · Do They Hurt? () is an album by British jazz fusion group Brand X. The tracks on this album are outtakes from the Product sessions. ("Noddy Goes to Sweden" was a B-side from Product.) Brand X is guilty of going through the motions on Do They Hurt?
  4. No, they don't hurt at all. This is one of the better Brand X albums. Why? Well, first of all, and probably mainly, there is an appearance by Phil Collins the drummer on two of the tracks. Phil Collins the drummer is an excellent musician. Luckily, there is no sign of Phil Collins the singer/5(14).
  5. "Fragile Thing" was released as the first single from Driving to Damascus. It gained airplay on local and national radio, and was added to BBC Radio 2 's A and B playlists. [3] Despite Track Record's belief that the song would break the UK Top 40, sales suffered after the limited edition CD release (housed in a box) had to be withdrawn by the.
  6. Do They Hurt? () is an album by British jazz fusion group Brand X. The tracks on this album are outtakes from the Product sessions. [RYM for ].
  7. Brand X is guilty of going through the motions on Do They Hurt? At this juncture in Brand X's career, John Goodsall and Percy Jones are the principal forces, with Phil Collins, Morris Pert, and Robin Lumley reduced to a couple of cameos. Peter Robinson, who adopts Lumley's role of providing dreamy keyboards, and drummer Mike Clarke pick up the slack well enough, though John Giblin appears only Price: $

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