Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Gunga Din and The Gunga Din are two different bands. Gunga Din did it first in Baltimore in the early 90's. Their first EP, Grip, was followed by their second self-titled album, Gunga Din, which launched their east coast tour in which they opened for Ice-T.The band broke up, spawning Skypup, Moviegoer, and most notably, Nailbiter, lead singer Mike Raymond's latest venture. He had gone on to write, perform, and produce two independant CDs, Skid Plus Seven, and Cradle to Grave. His next band, Nailbiter, made an incredible CD called Six Degrees, then broke up.If you want to hear music from the early 90's that predates the current heavy, grinding, raw sound currently popular, Gunga Din's second album is the way to go. Raymond has always predated music trends, and now continues to push the barriers in another solo CD due out this summer...."