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Brad Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary of 'Welcome to Discovery Park' With Newly Available CD & vinyl Re-Issue

Last Updated 12/3/2012 9:47:33 AM

By: Troy Michael

 (New York, NY) – 2012 marks the ten year anniversary of BRAD’s long out-of-print, third studio album, Welcome To Discovery Park.  To celebrate, Welcome To Discovery Park (originally released in August, 2002 on Redline Entertainment) has been re-issued in several configurations, including for the very first time, limited-edition 2LP gatefold vinyl.  

In addition, the release is available as a digipak CD and also as a digital download through all digital service providers.  Each configuration will include 2 bonus tracks (previously unavailable in North America) – “It Ain’t Easy” and “Make Me Crazy.”  New album artwork for Welcome To Discovery Park has been newly re-designed and created by BRAD drummer, Regan Hagar.

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Razor & Tie also kicks off Cyber Monday (November 26th) with a special discount offer on all rock merchandise/music in the label’s MerchNow store   (  For the next 24 hours, receive 20% off anything rock by using this discount code: CodeRT20.  

The reissue of Welcome To Discovery is the first in a series of Razor & Tie BRAD catalog re-issues.   2013 will also see the release of additional BRAD titles in multiple formats. 

Formed in 1992, BRAD originated as an official side-project that developed into something much deeper for fans and band alike. Anchored by Shawn Smith’s astonishing vocals, the band’s soulful rock sound has spawned four official studio albums. Over the years, Brad has toured off/on and also performed on both Jimmy Kimmel Live! and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.


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