1976's "Unorthodox Behaviour", the all instrumental debut album by Brand X, was perhaps the most guitaristic (if not the most intense) of the John Goodsall-fronted group's collection of recordings. Fans of Jeff Beck's "Wired" and "Blow By Blow" or Return To Forever will identify closely with the rock/jazz fusion found on this CD. Percy Jones also chips in with some incredible fretless bass work throughout the seven tracks. If you are a player, and you can keep up with the fiery fusion found on "Unorthodox Behaviour", you are on your way.
|04:30||Smacks Of Euphoric Hysteria||Instrumental|
|04:38||Running Of Three||Instrumental|
|John Goodsall||Guitars, Production|
|Percy Jones||Basses, Production|
|Robin Lumley||Keyboards, Production, Mixing|
|Phil Collins||Percussion, Production|
|Dennis Mackay||Production, Engineering, Mixing|
|Tex Read||Equipment, Stimulants|
|Recorded at Trident Studios, September/October 1975.
Tepid tea and food-fetching: Wonderbag, Typhoo 'Lil.