Buddahead

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Buddahead is a New York City based indie rock band that was most active in the early 00's for several years. While the band no longer tours it still writes and records.

The band was started and is led by Iranian born vocalist and songwriter Raman Kia who spent his early years in war-torn Iran of the 1980s, before moving to England with his mother. After coming to America, Kia was signed by[citation needed] Jimmy Iovine to Interscope Records. However before the release of their debut CD the band switched labels to Sanctuary/BMG Records. Buddahead played the 2003 Bonnaroo Festival, and their song 'Invisible' is the last featured track on the 2003 live CD.[citation needed]

The other members of Buddahead included Simon Gibson on lead guitars, Toby Evers on bass guitar, and Rich Scannella on drums. In later years Bryan Smith was added on keyboards. Scannella replaced original drummer Al B in early 2004. The group also featured drummer Nigel Sifantus and Kansas City guitarist Nick Schnebelen who left in early 2005 after Buddahead's fall tour.

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Disc 2 12. Invisible (live)

1. When I Fall
2. Holding Me Back
3. Chains
4. Strong
5. Broken
6. (You) Take It All Away
7. Invisible
8. How Does It Feel?
9. Disappear
10. Turn Away
11. Outside
  • Connect Set, 2005 (EP)[citation needed]
  • Ashes, 2008 "Ashes", Buddahead (iTunes), retrieved August 10, 2009 
1. Ruin
2. Brake
3. Sour Grapes
4. Burning Out
5. Standing Still
6. Strangest Most Beautiful
7. Rescue Us
8. If I Tried
9. Story of Our Lives

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