Tuesday, January 11, 2011

great Peter photo !

By scottspy  

Scott Spychalski

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1 comment:

  1. Nick Jago left the band after Baby 81's release, ostensibly to focus on his solo career. With the Raveonettes' touring percussionist, Leah Shapiro, now handling drum duties, B.R.M.C. decided to change their direction once again, this time embracing electronica and ambient noise on The Effects of 333. Indepedently released via the band's own label, The Effects of 333 failed to gain either commercial or critical acclaim, and B.R.M.C. chose to partner with Vagrant Records for the release of their next album, 2010's Beat the Devil's Tattoo.