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The Art Of Living Dangerously

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Tunnels (Composition By: Percy Jones. Recorded 3/1/03 @ The Eyedrum, Atlanta, Ga.)
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Frank's Beard (Composition By: Marc Wagnon, Frank Katz. Recorded 3/1/03 @ The Eyedrum, Atlanta, Ga.)
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Barrio (Composition By: Percy Jones. Recorded 3/3/03 @ The Rudyard Kipling, Louisville, KY.)
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Flavor (Composition By: Percy Jones. Recorded 3/1/03 @ The Eyedrum, Atlanta, Ga.)
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Prisoners of the Knitting Factory Hallway (Composition By: Marc Wagnon. Recorded 3/2/03 @ The Sutler, Nashville, Tn.)
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The Syzygy Incident (Composition By: Marc Wagnon. Recorded 4/1/03 @ The Haunt, Ithaca, Ny.)
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Wall To Wall Sunshine (Composition By: Marc Wagnon, Frank Katz, John Goodsall. Recorded 6/29/03 @ Nearfest.)
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Lilly's Dolphin (Composition By: Marc Wagnon. Recorded 6/29/03 @ Nearfest.)
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Bad American Dream the 43rd (Composition By: Percy Jones, Marc Wagnon, Julien Feltin, Lance Carter. Recorded 10/25/03 @ The Eyedrum, Atlanta, Ga.)
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Inseminator (Composition By: Percy Jones. Recorded 3/3/03 @ The Rudyard Kipling, Louisville, Ky.)
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It's Brand X all over again!

zoot_the_muppet

Formed in 1993 by Percy Jones (ex-Brand X bassist), Frank Katz (ex-Brand X drummer), Marc Wagnon (midi vibes), and Van Manakas (guitar). Sadly to say, but I think Tunnels is really a better-sounding off-shoot Brand X band than the post-Phil Collins Brand X band. I'm not going to write a review for each of the albums here because I would just be repeating myself. You cannot go wrong with any of these albums. They are all very tight, rhythmically fun, compositions. If you loved Brand X and Jack Lancaster/Robin Lumley's "Marscape," this is just a further extension into the "What are these guys up to now?!?" category. Download them all and enjoy the ride.