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Nothing Street
  • Artist: Brick Skin
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 659057876429
  • Item #: CDBY787642
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 5/27/2003
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Nothing Street on CD

'I think the level of musicianship comes through in all aspects of this tune [How Long?], from the melody writing to the chord changes, to the instrumentation and programming direction of the track. Overall, this is a slick and tasty pop production.' - Make a Star.com 'Overall I think this is a songwriter who has some real talent and the ability to create a powerful mood...someone to definitely look out for in future.' - GodsofMusic.com 'Brick Skin's unique signature combines acoustic guitar and alternative rock, fused together by an honest and effective vision. Keep an eye on them!' - MUSICGALLEY 'I can hear so many influences in their music, early AeroSmith instrumentals and Steve Tyler vocals jump out and grab me in 'Can't you See?'. Brick Skin is able to remain elusive yet distinct in their own style. They have the diversity that usually gets a band sought out by the record labels. Superb acoustic guitar work and vocals make these guys seem like seasoned pros behind the mics. It's hard to believe they have just fused together to become this new band. Given a couple of years together, I suspect we will hear them on the labels.' - The Fallout Shelter 'This stand out performance should be the standard by which all bands are judged. They have a completely original sound; so much so that you can barely detect their influences. The instrumentals are virtually flawless and the overall production is clean and balanced. The singer has interesting voice that accentuates the feeling behind the music. This promising band has given us a near perfect song that can only hint at what we can expect from them in the future.' - The Honest Truth.