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Artist: KC Rose

Title: KC Rose

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1992

Label: self-produced (Switzerland)

Catalog Number: G374

Personnel

Mark B. Lay vocals
Tommy Pfiffner drums
Winy Wohlwend guitar
Meinrad Hertmaner keys
Beat Gisler bass

Tracks

1.  History Should Bring Us Higher  4:30
2.  Hunt 'N Madness  5:39
3.  We Don't Know What Will Follow  5:43
4.  Kansas City Rose  3:47
5.  Big Fat Kings  5:09
6.  Diana  4:45
  
Total Running Time:  29:33

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Existing comments about this CD

From: adboimel Date: May 9, 2003 at 14:16
I was looking for this original cd, but I can live with a CDR copy...

From: Delbert Date: May 10, 2003 at 16:16
Awesome Swiss privately produced CD that sounds so much like Norway's DaVinci. Only 6 tracks, but well worth the search to find this one. I'm not sure how many copies were originally pressed, but, it has to be very low....

From: purrfect-kat Date: June 4, 2003 at 14:42
This band is ok but $306 dollars for this cd is just plain silly . . Just because 2 idiots act like children and get into a bidding war because they have to buy everything they see don't mean the value of this cd is worth what they bought it for. . There are Many better bands out there that can be picked up for $5 and $10 dollars.

From: Delbert Date: October 17, 2003 at 14:53
The monetary VALUE of any item in a capatalistic society is ALWAYS based upon two constant factors. #1 Supply........#2 Demand. This is the elementary reason why diamonds have a high value. Many want what isnot in huge supply......h-m-m-m. The item may not be worth a certain price to you individually, but, it still maintains a set value based upon the two above factors! When people look at the E Bay price posted here, this should give them an expectation of what they MAY have to pay for the CD s

From: Karsten Date: November 25, 2003 at 23:13
What a breathtaking lesson in capitalism! purrfect-kat is right! Geek collectors out there are ruining this hobby! We've all payed a bit more for something we really wanted, but truth is that there is no 'official' guide to value these 'indies' and I scoff at anyone willing to pay $410 for 6 songs THAT AREN'T THAT MUCH LIKE DA VINCI ANYWAY! HYPE is rampant in this genre anymore! How'd'ya like to be the guy who blew $600 for the Heaven-'Take Me Back' cd a few months ago...THAT JUST GOT RE-ISSUED!

From: Free Date: January 10, 2004 at 23:53
I live here in Switzerland and it´s realy hard to find here some rare & god CD´s from CH-Rock genre. I have the KC- Rose orig. on Cd. but i can't understand why can an man pay over 20 Franken for this 6 Track Album?? Ok, it´s hard to find & very rare but I recomend other Bands from our country like Zerop, China, Forsale and Transit...

From: Delbert Date: January 13, 2004 at 15:08
Fellows..(and lady)..I agree..there's alot of stuff out there that seems way over priced. It still boils down to supply and DEMAND. I wouldn't take some things if they were given to me. There are people who will go to any length to obtain what I wouldn't want to have. Sorry, you can postulate all you want, as a collector, if you want to possess something, you MUST pay the market's rate or DO WITHOUT. You do have a choice, however, others also have choices to make that may not be in agreement wit

From: Delbert Date: January 13, 2004 at 15:12
with you. As a collector (of anything), in order to possess an article you truly want, you must be willing either #1 find the article from a seller who does not know it's current value and will sell it below current market value, or #2 pay the value demanded by the current market (supply & demand)in order to possess it yourself. The only other way I see around this is to be a thief and steal it!

From: melodicrockoz Date: January 17, 2004 at 22:01
but collectors beware honorary retiree one time law enforcer delbert clemons will come out of retirement to haul your thieving butt into jail should you dare to steal form anybody, delberts law ! kc rose is a rare cd that deserves its price due mainly to the supply & demand factor.

From: erik Date: March 4, 2004 at 8:11
If anyone could help me out with this cd. A cdr copy is ok also. Love bands like transit, da vinci. So if tis similar to that. please email me at erikhardam@hetnet.nl can trade or share also

From: Carsten Date: March 13, 2004 at 3:38
Erik, a select few will be very happy to gouge you for this stupid thing! Use good sense and get a CDR. I should inform you to forget about finding an original on E-Bay because those who keep up with DEMAND will outbid you at every turn for a very high cost only to turn around and try and sell it for more! If you have it, GOOD! Keep it! Leave the others in the world for the rest of us poor saps. Hey ONT,IL,CT & Germany (you know who u r)...give us all a break from your Martha Stewart b.s. huh!

From: SeducedByMetal Date: May 5, 2004 at 11:57
I can handle only having this cd as a cdr...until such time as perhaps 1 day i will stumble across an original...

From: Date: December 1, 2004 at 20:06
I have the original for sale right now on Ebay. If anyone's interested look up motleylover4life username. Great CD Too!

From: Tigerbaby Date: March 5, 2005 at 2:06
I have a CDR copy + cover copy from the original CD !

From: Geoff Date: March 19, 2006 at 19:40
LOL, I think there's 1 comment on the music in all that above. Of course the price is ridiculous, and this is CDR worthy only. I actually heard the first 3 songs and thought 'HOLY SHIT, how could these guys not have had label backing?' Songs 4 and 5 answered this for me. Seriously though, the first 3 songs are all very well played, written rock tracks - very high quality. Songs 4 and 5 and AWFUL blatant fillers, and track 6 is another great one. Strong melodic hard rock, recommended (CDR).

From: juan carlos Date: November 23, 2007 at 14:00
No está mal para ser una banda "Indie", buen/ok/regular HardRock con una buena inclusion de teclados. Voz ok mejor estan los solos. "We Don't Know What Will Follow" y la melódica "Diana" los mejores. 7.8/10

From: rick kerch vzla Date: October 7, 2010 at 22:52
Very good indie release,voice pretty acceptable and also good skilled musicians..."History Should Bring Us Higher" is a highlight,a good one 2 start the album with,"Hunt'N'Madness" rocks also very good,"We Don't Know What Will Follow" another highlight 4 sure,"Kansas City Rose" is far the best in here,a rocking tune,"Big Fat Kings" & "Diana" closes the ep in a very good way...price mentionless...worth having it?...up to you guys but surely will appeal easily to ya all! .89/100


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