Releases

Brute Update

April 1, 2010

Apple Records is releasing a compilation of Apple Artists
Brute Force/King of Fuh is included as one of 21 tracks.
Date TBA

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Book Beatles Deeper Undercover by Kristopher Englehart,
with a chapter on BF. Go to Amazon.

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RPM UK compilation, Lovers From The Sky, release 4-20-10,
contains King of Fuh.

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Brute with Daughter of Force and The de fault Rock Band
appearing at Beefstock Music Festival, Oneida, NY, 4/10, 9:30 pm.

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Mini-tour in UK with Daughter of Force & Misty’s Big Adventure, 5-1-10.



BRUTE – A LOVER FROM THE SKY?

March 12, 2010

Imagine…

September 17, 2009

Confections of Love“I, Brute Force, Confections of Love” is going to be reissued by Sony with Wounded Bird as distributor, with bonus tracks… songs recorded at the 1967 sessions and never released. + other surprises. 42 years after orig release. Reissue date…TBA



Planetwork : New Release

May 4, 2009

HAIL TO THEE, BRUTE’S FORCE

A new release of Planetwork, shrink wrap, bar code and all! An eight panel, eco-conscious package, with pics you’ve never seen before…even one taken by Linda Eastman…before she married Sir Paul. Worth every penny, especially the music, Brute’s first New Age/World Music genre release, with titles like Fantasy of Nationality and Pledge of Allegiance to the Planet, will provide a new level of radical nationalism.

Download from almost every digital distributor. Try beginning with CD Baby, iTunes or DigStation.

Planetwork

From the Drudge Report:
MURDOCH WARNS: NATIONS WILL BE REDEFINED, FUTURES ALTERED
Tue Feb 24 2009 08:36:39 ET

Media baron Rupert Murdoch issued an urgent internal communication late Monday, warning his staff: “We are in the midst of a phase of history in which nations will be redefined and their futures fundamentally altered.”

Brute Force says: Rupert must have listened to Planetwork.