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BUSH (London) - New Single, "The People That We Love"
Previews of their new single in all their various glories, plus
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15/11/01

BUSH

London band Bush (based in Shepherd's Bush, of all places) release their new single, 'The People That We Love', on November 12, through EastWest/Atlantic Records. Originally entitled 'Speed Kills', 'The People That We Love' is said to be partially inspired by the classic Clinton/Gore US presidential campaign documentary, The War Room. The track is taken from Bush's new album, Golden State, their fourth studio album, and their first since signing to Atlantic Records in April this year. Released on October 29, Golden State marked a return from one of the few UK rock bands to have turned on the mainstream American market in the last five years.

Golden State was produced by Dave Sardy (Marilyn Manson, System Of A Down) and Bush, and was engineered by Gregg Fidelman (Red Hot Chili Peppers, Weezer). All 12 songs on the album were written by Bush vocalist/guitarist Gavin Rossdale. Sources close to the band insist that Golden State is a welcome return to form, " a dozen full-on tracks fit to burst with aggressive guitars, pulverizing rock rhythms, and Rossdale's raw, plaintive vocals". That that, Kerrang! has already proclaimed it 'Bush's best album yet.' "It's a very naked record," says Rossdale.

"Definitely a real rock record. It's such a rock record it even surprised us. The songs speak for themselves, I think. The album is very empowering and uplifting, though I'm not really sure what its contemporaries are. That's the weird thing about it. It's like the record exists in its own space."

Bush are Gavin Rossdale on guitars and vocals, Nigel Pulsford on guitar, Dave Parsons on bass, and Robin Goodridge on drums. The band formed in London in 1992, and released their debut album, Sixteen Stone, in 1994. Having completed a mammoth 18-month tour of the USA (which encompassed more than 230 shows), Sixteen Stone scores its first platinum certification (1,000,000 copies sold) in July 1995. Perhaps remarkably, the album has gone on to achieve six times platinum sales statues. In 1996, the group released their second album, the award-winning Razorblade Suitcase, which was co-produced by Steve Albini to a similar US clamour of hands in pockets..

Razorblade Suitcase also spawned the UK top 10 hit single 'Swallowed'. Most oddly of all, 1997 saw the release of Deconstructed, a collection of Bush tracks remixed by the likes of the Dub Pistols and Goldie.

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