Brougham (band)

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Genres Nu metal, rap rock
Years active 1997–2000
Labels Warner Bros.
Associated acts Third Eye Blind, Snake River Conspiracy, Sacred Hoop
Past members Jason Slater
Luke Oakson

Brougham was a short-lived rap rock/nu metal side project founded by Jason Slater (Snake River Conspiracy, ex-Third Eye Blind), and his childhood friend Luke Oakson aka Luke Sick (Sacred Hoop) in Palo Alto, California, USA. Brougham recorded an album, Le Cock Sportif, for Warner Bros. Records in 2000. The album was a commercial flop. Only a few tracks appeared on hard-rock radio stations and shows before the band eventually dissolved.

A track titled "I Walked In" appeared on the soundtrack for the 1998 movie Can't Hardly Wait.