Bruce Mountain Band | Another Day Lost

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Another Day Lost

by Bruce Mountain Band

We let the Rock Rock
Genre: Rock: 70's Rock
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1. Shine on Shining On
3:46 album only
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2. Feel It Too
3:00 album only
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3. Namaste
3:55 album only
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4. Thank You
6:39 album only
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5. The Crossroads
3:39 album only
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6. Living Without You
2:36 album only
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7. Everything I Want
3:06 album only
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8. Woman
5:16 album only
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9. Fireball
3:34 album only
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10. Crossfit
3:59 album only
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11. Crooked Leg
3:14 album only
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12. Second Hand
4:40 album only
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13. Broken Wing
3:35 album only
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14. Get Up
3:27 album only
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15. Dollar Down
4:46 album only
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16. Long Way Home
3:43 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
FOUR VETERAN SO CAL ROCKERS JOIN
FORCES AS BRUCE MOUNTAIN BAND,
WHO “LET THE ROCK ROCK” ON
ANOTHER DAY LOST - THEIR AMBITIOUS DEBUT
WHOSE 16 TRACKS ARE BEING RELEASED ON
A DOUBLE VINYL LP IN ADDITION TO CD
AND DIGITAL PLATFORMS


You can check all the Southern California topography maps you want, but you won’t find Bruce Mountain. Not officially, anyway. But as countless musicians who have used veteran singer, guitarist and songwriter Tyson Bruce’s hilltop studio in Riverside over the last 15 years can tell you, it’s the real deal. It backs up to a rock quarry that’s carved out of a mountain. That “foundation of rock” is the perfect metaphor for the Bruce Mountain Band, a powerhouse four piece band formed in 2014 by longtime musician friends Tyson Bruce (lead vocals, guitar) and PC Penunuri (lead vocals, drums). Ruben Ornelas (lead guitar, backing vocals) and Ronster Monster (bass), the band whose mission is to “let the rock rock” makes its debut with the highly ambitious album Another Day Lost.

Engineered by Bob Moon (renowned for his work with punk bands like MxPx and ska groups like The O.C. Supertones) and produced by Rob Walker (Wish For Eden), Another Day Lost’s 16 tracks create a full double album experience. Reflecting each member’s lifetime passion for and collections of vinyl, Bruce Mountain Band is following its traditional CD and digital platform releases (CD Baby, iTunes, Amazon) with a vinyl release August 1. Perfectly designed for a classic LP gatefold, the colorful, mystical album artwork allows fans to get lost as they listen to sides A, B, C and D. The first 500 will be hand numbered and will include the CD and Download sticker.

Another Day Lost is the creative culmination of a deep musical friendship between all four members, who cumulatively have performed hundreds of shows with various groups, toured the U.S. and Europe and appear on numerous recordings with their various previous ensembles. Their chemistry is rooted in a love for classic rock, including legends like David Bowie, AC/DC, KISS, The Ramones and New York Dolls. The band’s goal all along was simply to create a new rock outlet to share music with the world. They hit the studio hard, bringing in 40 tunes and then working round the clock to complete the 16 chosen for the release.

Some of the tunes, like the rumbling, high energy jam “Feel It Too,” are lighthearted takes on romance and attraction, while others are deeper and more personal. The hypnotic, fiery opener “Shine On Shining On” is Bruce’s emotional tribute to his father, who passed away tragically from leukemia at 23 when Bruce was only a year old. Though driven by propulsive energy, it’s a deeply reflective piece about “Living on borrowed time/Another day lost as we sit and watch the son that shines…” Likewise, PC wrote the soulful power ballad “Thank You” in honor of his mother, who singlehandedly raised him and two siblings; it’s written from his unique perspective as a grown man with one of his own. Collectively, BMB write about everything from troubled relationships (“Woman”) to those confusing moments in life where we find ourselves at a “Crossroads,” where the next decision will make all the difference.

“Bruce Mountain studios was always a place to get together and record, rehearse or just rock out with whoever might be there at any given session,” Bruce says. “The four of us had always had a great appreciation of rock music, and the time was right for us to get together and start a new band. The stars aligned just right and it was a perfect combination of four musicians eager to do something new, and great behind-the-boards talent in Bob Moon and Rob Walker. This music is in our souls, and when we get together, songs just flow out of us. We all know what the next guy is going to do. We can feel it. Our saying is, We let the Rock Rock and never force it. Another Day Lost truly captures our diversity and reflects all of the music we raised with. We all feel Rock and Roll will never die. It’s just traveling down a rough road right now and we are here to get it back on track.”

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