Douglas Branson aka dB+1

Douglas Branson aka dB+1

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Rock - Alternative | New York, Connecticut, United States
Total Song Plays: 3,060   
Member Since: 2003
   Last Login: 7/15/2019
   Sounds Like: David Bowie, Oasis

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Song Description

This song is a simple expression of the feeling that people may confuse your behavior with what's inside of you.

Story Behind the Song

I had the lyrics to this song beating around for awhile in my head (when I was in Philadelphia). Usually a girl I was dating (or her friends) would seem a little too radical...then the chords came along. When we recorded it...We layed down the tracks on 4 track. Then Shonn came over and added his ripping lead work.

Broadjam Member Reviews

Really cool sound. Reminds you a little of the Doors, especially at the start. Really good guitar work.

    - MGB

This has the kind of low-fi grunged up sound that could make it usable in a lot of film or TV situations.

    - Jeff Maguire


Radical deviation
Radical deviation

Radical me and radical you
Radical things, anti-social things we all do
Radical cars, and radical bars
Radical ends and radical starts
Radical music and radical art

Just cause your're a radical
doesn't mean you've got evil in your heart.

Radical...proceeding form a foundation or root:
drastic, making extreme changes in views, conditions
or habits.

Song Length
Rock - Indie/Low-Fi, Rock - Indie/Low-Fi
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Restless, Composed

Subject Matter
Conformity, Existence

Similar Artists
Deep Purple, DOA
1980 - 1989

Lyric Credits Douglas Branson aka dB+1
Music Credits dB
Producer Credits dB
Publisher Credits exit4music
Performance Credits dB vocals and Guitar, Shonn-Y-Sinn(lead guitar), J. Bruno percussion
Label Credits Rat Tale Records