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Chronicle Kings by Earth to Andy (CD) Heavy Metal Music Biting At My Heels Pollute

Chronicle Kings by Earth to Andy (CD) Heavy Metal Music Biting At My Heels Pollute



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Album Features
UPC: 075992472722
Artist: Earth to Andy
Format: CD
Release Year: 1999
Record Label: Giant (USA)
Genre: Heavy Metal

Track Listing
1. Biting at My Heels
2. Everafter
3. Sometimes
4. Pollute
5. The Buffalo
6. Smoke Ring
7. Simple Machine
8. Still After You
9. Kalifornia
10. Crystallize
11. Better Daze

Playing Time: 47 min.
Contributing Artists: Jane Scarpantoni
Distributor: WEA (Distributor)
Recording Type: Studio
Recording Mode: Stereo
SPAR Code: n/a

Album Notes
Earth To Andy: Andy, Tony Lopacinski (vocals, guitar); Chris Reardon (vocals, bass); Kevin Murphy (vocals, drums).Additional personnel: Robert DeLeo (acoustic guitar); Peter Fox (sitar); Bruce Dukov, Michele Nardone, Eric Gorfain, Anatoly Rosinsky, Mario DeLeone (violin); Jane Scarpantoni, Martin Tilmann (cello).Producers: Nick Launay, John Alagia, Doug Derryberry, Earth To Andy.Recorded at The Vortex, Burbank, California & Bear Tracks, Suffern, New York.Earth to Andy's Chronicle Kings manages to blend power-pop riffs with a touch of '80s hair-band bravado and a bit of '90s heavy rock. It's a mix that manages to be surprisingly fresh and engaging. Lead singer Andy is a belter who possesses some of the vocal charisma of the late Phil Lynott. The background harmonies are excellent, and give everything a tough, confident feel that works to the band's advantage. "Pollution," "The Buffalo," "Biting at My Heels," and "Sometimes" are among the catchy, crunchy standouts. The main flaw is that it all becomes a bit predictable after a while, but it hardly matters if all one wants is some good, hard ear candy. ~ Tom Demalon

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