When Black Rebel Motorcycle Club released their self titled-debut album in 2001, they immediately made an impact on the music scene.
The self-produced debut album was praised as a group's cohesive, solid production overall. The American rock band from San Francisco is influenced by bands like The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Led Zeppelin, The Verve, The Velvet Underground and The Jesus and Mary Chain.
From the album opener "Love Burns" to the ultra-fine space pop of "Too Real" to the track "Spread Your Love", which was used in the film A Man Apart and features in the TV show Skins, B.R.M.C. is a very impressive debut.
The re-issue of the album contains 4 bonus tracks, which weren't released on the original vinyl version. The fourth side of the 2 LP set
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - BRMC
A1. Love Burns
A2. Red Eyes And Tears
A3. Whatever Happened To My Rock 'N' Roll (Punk Song)
A5. White Palms
A6. As Sure As The Sun
B2. Too Real
B3. Spread Your Love
B4. Head Up High
C1. At My Door
C2. Screaming Gun
C3. Tonight's With You
C4. Loaded Gun