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Steal Your Life Back
  • Artist: Puscha
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 5060054230100
  • Item #: 202881X
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 11/29/2005
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Steal Your Life Back on CD

They've been quietly packing out venues for over two years but now their debut album's ready and about to become the essential record for anyone that craves filthy fervour in their music. From the acclaimed squall of debut single 'Maybe We Want To' to the epic swathes of 'Steal Your Life Back' Puscha will be getting pulses racing and fists clenching. The Puscha story's been going a while, though most of the band came together in Bridgemary near Portsmouth, Puscha didn't emerge until each member made their pilgrimage to the new rock-n-roll capital of Brighton. Prior to that brothers Simon & Mark Rawlinson were jamming their ears full of anything from House & Hip-Hop (their checkered past also includes winning the British Breakdancing Championships at an early age) to good ole fashioned rock. But having had their fill of an e-fuelled club crazed existence the brothers starting looking for a new high. It was now then Simon Rawlinson (guitar and lead vocals) and Mark Rawlinson (Guitar and backing vocals) started 'Puscha' alongside Theo White on guitar, Sean Carver on Bass and James Karp on drums. The live show has been recently fleshed out with the edition of Jon Karp on keyboards. With a reputation for blistering live shows and an ever growing fanbase, there's too much here to keep battened down for much longer.