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Braid

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Biography

Braid is an American emo band from Urbana, Illinois that formed in 1993. After forming, the band went through several line-up changes but eventually settled on Bob Nanna on vocals and guitar, Todd Bell on bass, Chris Broach on guitar and vocals and Roy Ewing on drums. Roy was replaced in 1997 by Damon Atkinson. In 1999 Braid disbanded and went on to form Hey Mercedes with all band members minus Chris Broach (who went on to form The Firebird Band) and adding Mark Dawursk. The band reformed for a US tour in 2004 and, now that Hey Mercedes are defunct, apparently intend to tour sporadically. It is not yet known if Braid will be recording any more material. Roy went on to join New Ruins. Braid did a reunion tour in 2004 in the U.S.A., Canada, & Japan. In January 2011, Braid announced they would reform to record a 12" on Polyvinyl.

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Top Songs

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  1.  
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    got caught kicking the canvas down
    i had plans but they never seemed to work out
    wide-eyed and on the lookout
    got caught tearing the whole thing down
    i was halfway done
    Killing A Camera  -  172,798 plays
  2.  
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    so frustrated
    that something (so) complicated
    could hang over my head
    on my first day back
    and already i'm treading on unsteady ground
    First Day Back  -  148,836 plays
  3.  
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    nineteen ninety eight looked great on
    plain white paper on the fiftieth plane to champaign
    but to tell you the truth
    if i had a chance to kill it
    i'd pick it up and take it and shake it and
    The New Nathan Detroits  -  141,800 plays
  4.  
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    a dozen roses in the car
    and i don't know where you are
    maybe i don't know what i'm doing
    you're moving like a movie
    you still move me
    A Dozen Roses  -  153,600 plays
  5.  
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    as slow as rapid city
    we must be gathering speed
    here for something
    trained for these tracks
    but afraid of the frieght
    Never Will Come For Us  -  132,028 plays
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