Remastered reissue. Produced by Dave Raphael. Recorded And Mixed December 2005 By Dave Raphael At Glide On Fade Studios N.J. Mastered By Dave Collins Los Angeles, CA. Cover art by Dirty Donny Gillies. 100% Analog Recording.
Brant Bjork has spent over a quarter-century at the epicenter of Californian desert rock. From cutting his teeth alongside Fatso Jetson's Mario Lalli in hardcore punkers De-Con to drumming and composing on Kyuss' landmark early albums, to propelling the seminal fuzz of Fu Manchu from 1994-2001 while producing other bands, putting together offshoot projects like Che, embarking on his solo career as a singer, guitarist and bandleader, founding his own record label and more, his history is a winding narrative of relentless, unflinching creativity.
Bjork's work, with any project, has always had a rebellious sensibility. He's always walked his own path. But more, his career through Kyuss, Fu Manchu, Che, Vista Chino, and his crucial solo work has been about freedom through rock and roll, attained by the truest representation of the person and the place as art. This, along with a whole lot of groove, is what has helped Brant Bjork define desert rock as a worldwide phenomenon, and whatever comes next, it is what will continue to make him its most indispensable practitioner.