Bronx, The - The Bronx album flac
Title: The Bronx
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The Bronx is The Bronx's debut LP, released on August 26, 2003, and the first recording by the band on Ferret Records. It is the first of five self-titled albums and was also released on the band's own White Drugs record label. The album was released in a digipack in Australia, Japan and the United Kingdom (.
Mariachi El Bronx (2009 album). Mariachi El Bronx is the fourth studio album by the Los Angeles rock band The Bronx, released on September 1, 2009 through Swami Records in the United States and Wichita Recordings in the United Kingdom. It marks a divergence from the band's usual hardcore punk and hard rock sound in favor of a mariachi style.
Listen to music from The Bronx like Heart Attack American, Knifeman & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Bronx. Their first self-titled album was released in 2003 on White Drugs. For their second self-title the band signed with Island Records and went on to play music with a hard rock influence that still retained their original punk stylings.
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Following up their fiery 2003 debut, the Bronx return with their second self-titled effort. Whereas that album was an unexpected punch to the gut with its hungry hardcore punk delivery, on this set the Los Angeles outfit seems to have softened just a touch. Veteran producer Michael Beinhorn (Red Hot Chili Peppers, Korn, Mew) joins the Bronx in concocting an almost alt-metal sound; such a huge change makes it hard to digest. Imaging a polished version of Queens of the Stone Age meets Social Distortion is where the Bronx stand here. The rage, the passion, and the disgust for cultural norms seem.