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There are four possible matches for Brain:

1.) Brain is a / producer from Latvia. His debut release ('Tear Red' with Fee.nix-Z and MC Puma) on DSTRBD Recordings in 2004 was technically his only release, though he made a bold impression on the scene. His next track ('Banghra Dub') was signed to the now infamous Armada Recordings and to be released on a subscription package in 2005, but that outlet took a disasterous turn and never came to be. The package was offered up for free, unfortunate for the artists sake, on the Dogsonacid site. Brain now focuses on graphic design at Biocodes.net

2.) Brain (acid techno group) consists of:

Michael Da Brain (Michael Baur):
Brain Releases - 02, 03, 09, 11, 13, 14, 18, 20, 22, 23, 24, 25, 34, 35

Frank D. Noise (Franz Merwald):
Brain Releases - 06, 10, 12, 15, 16, 17, 19, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 38, 39, 41, 43

Ray Clarke:
Brain Releases - 04, 37, 40, 42

Releases 21 and 36 were created by various artists collaborating, and releases 01, 05, 07 and 08 are unattributed.

All Brain tracks are released on 12’’ Vinyl, with compilations released after every 8 or so releases. There are currently 43 Brain Releases and 4 Compilations.

This artist is most commonly classified as ‘Hard Techno Acid’. Brain uses a modified TB-303 synthesizer to create the main pulses for each track.

Brain can be found at http://www.manifold-music.de/ , under 'Techno -> Acid'.

3.) Brain is a pop group from Cincinnati, Ohio formed in 2008 by Captain Missouri and C. Russell Lewis. They record music on tape. They release both tapes and cd/rs consistently on Captain Missouri's label Eye Machine Recordings.

4.) Former Guns N' Roses drummer Brian "Brain" Mantia

5.) Italo-Disco producer Derek Arden. Who released DI.X.O on the French label and distribution company Carrere in 1982.

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