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Artist: Collision

Title: Collision

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1992

Label: Chaos/Columbia Records

Catalog Number: OK 48818


Nik Chinboukas guitar, vocals
Gustavo J.Vitureira bass
Alex Kyriazis drums


1.  Who Do You Love  
2.  True Love  
3.  Chains  
4.  Give Me 5 Days  
5.  Creepin'    Cover: Grand Funk Railroad
6.  Maximum Respect  
7.  Caravan  
8.  Love Not War  
9.  Juicy Lucy  
10.  My Desire  
11.  Things  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: The Fizzy One Date: January 12, 2003 at 21:34
I remember the band, and that they had one song on the radio quite a lot in early '93, but can't for the life of me,recall the song title, and the list up there isn't helping. Hmmmmmmm.

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From: Blue Charvel Date: January 13, 2003 at 13:24
Lotta good ones on this. If you like real raw, raunchy blues-inspired rock 'n' roll, this stuff screams. Reminds me of Badlands in some ways. Sloppy, but in a good way. Still listen to this about once a month or so.

From: TIM Date: April 19, 2003 at 20:51
The label is Columbia/Chaos

From: Date: May 4, 2003 at 20:30
Where are they now?

From: lululawoo Date: January 22, 2004 at 11:17
Collision re-grouped under the name Kollizion. They came out w/ an EP in early 2003 but due to circumstances they broke up again. The master behind the sound is Nik Chinboukas who is now producing my CD. He is brilliant. He is currently working with big artists such as J-lo and other mtv artist projects.

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From: Blue Charvel Date: January 22, 2004 at 11:39
Any idea where one can find the "Kollizion" EP?

From: jabberwocky Date: February 1, 2004 at 10:48
in response to the fizzy one, the song that got some airplay was "Chains" they definatly were a HELLS POWER TRIO. very Zepplinesque

From: STARCAT Date: April 8, 2004 at 15:57
It is so DAMN hard to find info about this magnificent power trio! They were EXELLENT - OUTSTANDING! Life is beautiful..........

From: tyrantula Date: January 6, 2005 at 10:46
vocals kinda remind me of Robert Mason. In fact I had to check on here to make sure it wasnt him. i'm just hearing it for the first time today. A friend of mine had in on disc. Good stuff. I can hear the Badlands in it too. Cry of Love mostly though.

From: Geoff Date: March 8, 2005 at 5:02
This site surprises me when you find a band you know and love and expect a bunch of comments, but there are none. Then you come across CDs like this where I thought there'd be 0 comments, but here they are. For me, this was entirely forgettable and I admit I'm not really sure what they were trying to acheive. Odd, IMO very boring rock. People above mention Zepplin and Cry of Love, which is pretty accurate. All 3 bands I dislike

From: Leykis101 Date: September 18, 2005 at 10:40
I to heard about Collision on the radio, but I never heard chains, Kber 101 in salt lake city, used to play the fuck out of Love Not War, I heard that song and went out and bought it the following weekend, I still listen to it at least once a week, ive always got, love not war, things, and who do you love, stuck in my head, I listen to there second cd just as much, these guys were a very overlooked kick ass rock band and I highly recomend them to anybody that likes garage sounding Hard Rock!!!!

From: aMetalhead1966 Date: January 3, 2006 at 12:31
Pretty cool Blooze rock...just picked it up cheap..

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: December 1, 2014 at 14:11
Apparently, these guys, based out of NYC, were together as a band for oever a decade before this album was released. It's hard to describe, but it has a GnR-like guitar sound, hard and raw, but the music itself is bluesier and in places funkier, not much in the way of standard boom-bap-boom-bap rock 'n' roll, as both the drums and bass are as active as the guitars, rather than simple timekeepers. Vocally, Nik CHinboukas has a somewhat whiny voice that reminds me of Anthony Corder from Tora Tora, and maybe a little Henrik Ostergaard from Dirty Looks. Really a tough band to pigeonhole, as they wre clearly not the typical pop-metal of the time, even different from the retro-southern rock that was starting to be a popular antidote to strict glam. But it's definitely not anything "alternative" or grungy either. A neat little disc. I used to hear "Chains" fairly regularly on the radio back then, and the station always seemed to be trying to give this CD away in prize packs.

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