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Ones and Zeros

by Bryan Thomas

Soul rock.
Genre: Rock: Funk Rock
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1. Digital
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2. Camera
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3. When
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4. Heart
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5. Perfect
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6. Jennifer
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7. Be
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8. Fallen
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9. Holy
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10. Shine
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11. Then
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12. Now
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
THE GOOD WORD

"Bryan Thomas is Albany's one man 'pop-punk' fusion party. Throughout his lyrics, he drops props to heroes like Bob Dylan, Prince and Joni Mitchell, but his percolating, probing stuff has grown beyond their primal influences into something at once rich, funky and ribald. Thomas also possesses one of the most flexible voices in the region, and hearing him sing is like taking a ride on a sweet aural roller coaster. Just for fun, visit his exemplary, and constantly-updated, web site, www.bryanthomas.com." - Michael Eck, Times Union.

THE ALBUM

"Ones and Zeros" is soul rocker Bryan Thomas' second CD release.

This time around it's over-driven guitars, big beats and layered vocals.

It's a darker sound, more aggressive and electric than the hip-hop folk of his 1999 debut "Radio Plastic Jennifer."

It's darker takes on similar themes - sex and race and art and God and the end of the world.

As he rocks his way through a dirty movie in "Camera." ("Sticky seats and floors, tissue dreams," he says.)

As he talks trash about race and art in "Jennifer. ("You think you're too big for Schenectady? You ain't big enough," he says.)

As he busts that ass in "Holy." ("Just like Jesus I'm a black superhero," he says.)

THE FREAKY VISUALS

Music videos for three songs from the album - "Jennifer," "Be," and "Fallen" - can be viewed at Thomas' award winning web site, www.bryanthomas.com.

THE FUN FACT

You can find Thomas' song "Six" on track 1 of the Black Rock Coalition's latest compilation disc "The Bronze Buckaroo Rides Again," which also features music by Living Colour guitarist and BRC founder Vernon Reid.

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earl patrick

what do you mean you don't own this record?
um. damn. bryan thomas is no punk-clown-fool. his writing is as well crafted as elliot or joyce. no joke. this record is an amazing mix of soul, funk, pop and folk. prince and sly and joni and damn!

what are you hemming and hawing for? buy this record!

seriously. this cd is on my desert-island-top-ten-never-leave-the-house-without-it-bury-me-with-it-in- my-pyramid-along-with-my-servants list.
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