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Single Review : Oli Brown & The Dead Collective – ‘Haunted’*

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From the start of his career as a stylish bluesman and onto the rampant hard rock of RavenEye, Oli Brown seems to have been born with a guitar in his hand.

Recent issues with mental health, honestly spoken about, led him to form this new combo and this opening salvo from the trio is an incredibly powerful one.

Leaning more into the colossal heavy blues rock of Led Zeppelin, this shares the sense of light and shade so mastered by the Midlands Legends, Brown’s playing going from delicate picking to an absolute monster of a solo.

Kicking off with an irresistible groove and leading into hook laden chorus, this is probably the biggest thing the guitarist has ever done, the jaw dropping drum work and production of Wayne Proctor lifting things to another level.

Digging deep into his soul to exorcise the demons, this is Brown’s finest hour and it seems like he’s found the perfect combination to bring together his passion for both sides of his identities, the results nothing short of monumental.

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