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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Retrospect Records
Catalog Number: RR-185
|1.||Do You Wanna Dance||4:03|
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|From: MrMetal||Date: January 25, 2015 at 10:03|
|Tracking down any significant biographical information on this act was literally futile, & hopefully some website will shed more light in the future. Most sites list this act as being American although I have a tendency to think they may have been from Canada. This EP (unknown original format) was released in 1993 & reissued by the Retrospect label in 2006 who described their style as "L.A. Party Rock". The EP was recorded in the now-defunct "Peter Pan" studio in Montreal, Quebec with some guest musicians on backing vocals, spoken words, harmonica, & piano. The EP here sounded very professional & consisted of above-average music along the lines of JETBOY, POISON, FIREHOUSE, NOIZE TOYS, STAGE DOLLS, & ROXY BLUE. Vocalist "Tommy Jade" was very credible, & combined influences of both David King (FASTWAY) & C.J. Snare (FIREHOUSE) with the music being patterned at times around POISON. Unfortunately the recording was issued way too late into the game & never had a chance.|
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