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Артист: Ra Название: One Жанр: Alternative Год выхода: 2000 ara: Los Angeles, California Genre: Alt.Metal / Progressive Years active: 1996–present О музыке:
Ra is an American alternative metal band from Los Angeles, California, taking their name from the Egyptian sun god. The band has been
around since the 1990s, but did not actually evolve into its current form until 2002. Their music was described as "exotic not familiar, heavy not
funky, direct not sophisticated, sensual not soulful, unrelenting not cathartic."
The are also known for their hits "Do You Call My Name", "Fallen Angels", "Don't Turn Away" and "Broken Hearted Soul".
The band released their first full-length album entitled From One in October 2002, containing songs from their demo. Ra released their second album,
Duality, that featured a new side of the band, portraying a duality between fear and love. The tracks are divided into two sections, each preluded by
a short intro. Before the CD's release, drummer Skoota Warner left the band and did not accompany them on their April–May 2005 tour. The
replacement drummer is current band member Andy Ryan. To date the band has sold around 350,000 albums in North America.
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The Logo of the band is simply the band's name. It is d via the typestyle called mael, but is given additional changes. It has been suggested (by
fans) that it looks like The Eye of Ra. Before Ra was signed the band had a completely different logo; the logo can be found on the cover of their EP
called "One". The current logo is often placed in the center of what looks like a sun. The logo has undergone countless changes through the years
(involving color, size, shape, etc.) but what remains consistent is that the band's name is written in mael and is somewhat changed from the
Origin of Band Name
"I sat down with a friend of mine, and we went over 25 different names, and I was thinking about the things that I write about. And there’s an
underlying theme where 80 to 90 percent of the songs have the word sun in it. So I have a little sun fetish and I thought that Ra was appropriate.
Besides the fact that I shave my head and I look like Yule Brenner in the Ten Commandments. I also had two reasons or two tricks. It’s a nice little
short name that you can make jewelry out of. And the other is when you have a list of band names you have a certain amount of space. So if your name
is Limp Bizkit, you’ve gotta fit 10 letters, so the letters are gonna be small. If your name is Ra you’ve got two giant letters taking up the same
amount of space so it looks like your name is bigger. Ra was conceived in 1997. There was a movie called The Rage: Carrie II. They liked a song that I
had called “Crazy Little Voices,” and made it the end credits song. So I needed a name for that album. So I said let’s use Ra."
"When I was naming the band I wanted to come up with something that tied the Sun into the image of the band. I was thinking of different kinds of
things but, I like the idea of Ra because it’s short, melodramatic and sort of an odd thing and really unique."
- All quotes taken from interviews of Sahaj Ticotin
(Early Years) 1996–1998
Abandon Entertainment President Marcus Ticotin finances his little brother's first record while Sahaj was living in Greenwich Connecticut with
his mentor and friend, Rob Jones. They held open call auditions to find a drummer, guitarist and bassist. Many of New York City's finest players
showed up to audition, but it is Skoota Warner who absolutely bridges the gap between the funk and hard rock in Sahaj's writing. Veteran R B bass
player, Kirk Lyons steps in and on guitar and Ben Mauro who goes on to play with Lionel Ritchie and Britney Spears. The band was amazing but the sound
was all over the place. One track did manage to make it through to become . "Crazy Little Voices" was Ra's first commercially released track, as
the end title track for the movie "The Rage: Carrie 2".
The moderate success of "Crazy Little Voices" led to the band signing with Edel. Ra recorded many tracks including "Rectifier", "Fallen Rock Zone",
"Only", "End of Days", "U Need Me", "What I Am", "Sky", "The Foundation" and the first real version of "Do You Call My Name". Edel, unbeknownst to the
band, was on its last legs and was weeks away from closing shop upon album completion.
(One and From One) 2001-2002
"Do You Call My Name" received heavy airplay on WAAF in Boston, Massachussetts. Based on this local success, the band released the EP "One" with the
guidance of their then manager, Arma Andon, in the Boston area and sold 7500 CDs in a month and a half, causing Universal Records to sign the band to
a two album deal without even seeing them live.
Sahaj's friend, Will Pendarvis (K-rock NYC, Sirius), introduced him to a friend, Hip-hop Producer/Engineer Paul Logus (Puffy, Jennifer Lopez,
112, Notorious BIG, Pantera) with whom the band spent over $170,000 redoing "One" and turning it into "From One".
From One gets released, sells 180,000 CDs and "Do You Call My Name" goes to number ten in early 2003.
Originally slated to Co-produce the next LP with Sahaj was super-engineer Dave Schiffman (Rage Against the Machine, Audioslave, The Red Hot Chili
Peppers and The Mars Volta). A health condition of a close family member forced Sahaj to produce the record at home alone. Universal was unhappy with
the album the band delivered to them and they recommended using Bob Marlette (Saliva, Seether, Shinedown) to record an additional few songs to give
the album more radio potential. With a $400k plus budget there would be no need to skimp on production. With Bob, Ra would record "Got Me Goin'",
"Take Me Away" and "Say You Will" and would submit these songs to Universal only to receive yet another luke warm reception. Desperate and very unsure
of the right course of action, Ra goes out to Los Angeles to make one last attempt at a first single for "Duality". The outcome would be "Tell Me", a
huge arena rock anthem shouting out to the world for guidance. The song is submitted and approved by Universal but it is too little too late.
Universal executives decide to leave the record unreleased, rather than lose more money on top of what is already an expensive record. It looked very
bad for the band but in the winter of 2004, Universal/Republic hired a hungry radio promotion director named Dave Downey. One of his first activities
was listening to all the records that he might potentially work. After listening to "Duality" he made the executives upstairs aware that they may have
made a mistake with RA and that they were missing out on a potentially great record. Unfortunately Ra's original drummer, Skoota, felt that he
couldn't put any more time into the band and moves on amicably in order to make more stable income. Universal reconsiders releasing "Duality" and
the album hit stores in late June 2005. Promotion for the album is light but the record sells 80,000 CDs on the strength of tracks like "Fallen
Angels" and "Every Little Thing She Does is Magic", a Police cover.
(Raw and Black Sun) 2006 - 2008
The band left Universal Records and signed with Cement Shoes Records. In October of 2006, Ra released their third album entitled Raw, which includes
11 live tracks and one new studio track.
The band releases their third studio album, Black Sun, under the Sahaja Music Records label. "Black Sun" featuring the single, "Broken Hearted
Soul",was released on September 9, 2008.
At the end of the song, "The First Step" Sahaj holds a note for 27-28 seconds.
(Black Sheep) 2009 - present
On June 10, 2009, Ra released a fourth Studio Album called "Black Sheep". It is an album with thirteen rare tracks as well as their first single,
"Crazy Little Voices" as well as one new song called "Supernova".
There have been rumors of a break up sometime in 2010 that were dispelled on July 13, 2009. However, after the band wraps up its summer tour, they
will enter a hiatus. Drummer Andy Ryan stated that they are currently working on side projects right now, but stated that there are also no signs of a
break up anytime soon. On October 19, 2009, Sahaj said on Twitter that his solo album should be finished in a couple months! On December 9, 2009, in a
recent interview with Sahaj Ticotin from Ra, Sahaj stated that Ra will do an international tour next summer. However, with Sahaj's solo album
hopefully being released in spring or early summer, the sun seems to be setting on Ra. Ultimately, "RA will always be in the back of the singer's
mind, knowing that the band could have been much bigger than it was." Sahaj Ticotin concluded: "It's a cool, whole fresh start for me," Sahaj
said about his solo career. "But if I sold a million albums, I might do another RA record just to shove it up peoples' ass." On December 24, 2009
rafans.net was declared to be back in business!
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Ra is generally considered "nu metal with an exotic twist".The exotic twist, of course, is the Indian or Arabian scale that Sahaj uses in many songs.
Sahaj uses it because, "The great thing about it is that you can play the meanest Meshuggah, heaviest rock riff you could possibly imagine under any
scale and you if you sing over it in a harmonic minor scale it doesn’t lose its heaviness, but it also doesn’t lose its melody. It still manages
to be cool, but also melodic."Certain notable songs that use this scale are "Do You Call My Name", "Violator", "Skorn", "The Only One", and "Broken
Hearted Soul". It has also been called progressive metal , modern prog rock, , and pop rock/metal. GarageBand.com says: "Twisted melodies,
polyrhythmic beats, and heavy guitar chords fuse together with middle-eastern motifs, hip-hop, and melodic balladry to make a cohesive visionary
statement percolating with emotional fervor."
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2002 From One
2008 Black Sun
2009 Black Sheep
1999 "Crazy Little Voices"
2002 "Do You Call My Name"
2005 "Fallen Angels"
"Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic"
"The Only One"
2006 "Don't Turn Away"
2007 "Broken Hearted Soul"
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* Sahaj Ticotin - (vocals, guitar)
* Andy Ryan - (drums)
* Ben Carroll - (guitar)
* P. J. Farley - (bass)
* Skoota Warner (drums)
* Sean Corcoran (bass)
* Dave Aaron (guitar)