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Brams

Brams

Brams


Brams is a Catalan rock band from Berga which during the 90’s and early 2000's became the main representative of the combat music in Catalan language, with very explicit lyrics talking about social and national liberation of the Catalan-speaking Countries. Mythical songs like “L’últim tirabol” (The last turn), “Jo vull per demà” (I want for tomorrow) or “Soc d’un país” (I’m from a country) have turned into really classics of the Catalan independence movement. Read more on Last.fm
Brams is a Catalan rock band from Berga which during the 90’s and early 2000's became the main representative of the combat music in Catalan language, with very explicit lyrics talking about social and national liberation of the Catalan-speaking Countries. Mythical songs like “L’últim tirabol” (The last turn), “Jo vull per demà” (I want for tomorrow) or “Soc d’un país” (I’m from a country) have turned into really classics of the Catalan independence movement. In 1990 Sergi Valero, Francesc Ribera and Josep Maria Gomez formed the band and soon Toni Romero, August Gendrau and Francesc Xavier Martinez (who played together in a band of Berga) joined it, as well as Jordi Castilla. They started with a concert in Cercs (near Berga), and after some other concerts over the region, in 1991 they played for their first time in Barcelona, in the Cotxeres de Sants. Early in 1992 they recorded their first record “Amb el rock a la faixa” (With the rock in the waist), produced by Reyes Torino, who also produced next works: “Segona assemblea” (Second assembly, 1993) and “La diplomàcia de la rebel·lia” (The diplomacy of the revolt, 1994). In this record they had the collaboration of the Basque band “Negu Gorriak”. In 1995 they edited their fourth record, “Cal seguir lluitant” (Fight must continue), with a quality jump on musical terms. In 1997 they made their first live record, “Brams al Liceu” (Brams at the Lyceum), recorded on “La Capsa” (The Box), a music hall in El Prat de Llobregat, near Barcelona. After a trip to Nicaragua of some band members comes their sixth record, “Nena de Nicaragua” (Girl of Nicaragua, 1998) The seventh record, “Tot és possible” (Everythingl is possible) meant another improvement of the lyrics and the music of the band, after a change of record company and producer. In 2001 they issue “Aldea Global Thematic Park” (Global Village Temathic Park), where they keeped on with their incisive political and social criticism. In 2003 appeared their last recording studio work, “Energia” (Energy), with quite optimistic songs on it. “Sempremés” (For ever more, 2005) is their farewell record, live recorded in their last show, in Berga. The concert concentrated about 15,000 band fans.

Their last work is presented with a double CD with more than two hours of music and the live record on DVD. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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