Branden Mann and The Reprimand - Get Down To Business
The first full-length album by Michigan-based Folk-Rock group, Branden Mann and The Reprimand. Recorded live at Louie's Trophy House Grill, Kalamazoo, MI on June 26 2009. "Included on this album is a song originally written by singer/songwriter Michael Knott that brings up the struggles that occur when it seems like nothing is going right (Double)."


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Branden Mann and The Reprimand
Get Down To Business (2009 Independent)

Branden Mann - vocals and guitar
Tommy Ufkes - drums and vocals
Bill Clements - bass guitar

01) Trying To Do The Right Thing 4:47 Mann
02) Secrets, Brother! Sneakin' Lies! 3:16 Mann
03) You Can't Bite 3:37 Mann
04) Double 4:14 Knott Originally on Rocket and a Bomb
05) Get Down To Business 4:13 Mann
06) Trouble 4:40 Mann
07) A Lot To Learn 3:58 Mann
08) Better Ways To Waste My Time 3:40 Mann
08) The Lord Is Not On Your Side 3:56 Mann
10) Don't Hold Me Up 4:19 Mann
11) I Threw In Some Words 4:01 Mann
12) The Benefit Of The Doubt + Follow Me 6:53 Mann
13) Staring Down A Barrel Of Monkeys + Bang! Bang! 7:53 Mann

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Comments about Branden Mann and The Reprimand - Get Down To Business
Anyone interested in this album can find it at http://brandenmann.bandcamp.com - You might also like this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dMfNu1rcphk

Comment posted by Branden Mann on Monday, August 22, 2011 at 11:42 AM
Thanks Branden - could have swore I included the Bandcamp link somewhere... but I didn't. Sorry about that! Guess I am getting old :)

Comment posted by Knotthead Matt on Saturday, August 27, 2011 at 08:16 AM
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