ELECTRIC ANGELS New York times (unreleased 2nd album) cd bootleg 199... 320 kbps
Lies my father told me / Wish I could fly / New York times / The war is over / Postcards from my heart / Colour of hate / Woke up blind / Where the wild things are / Spend the night with a memory / Hung up on a pin-up girl / Ain't going home with you / God's children / Def generation / Can't stand losing you / New York city girl / Cheap lipstick / Live forever.
Electric Angels : Shane : vocals / Ryan Roxie : guitar / Johnathan Daniel : bass / John Shubert : drums .
Formed from the ashes of the band Candy, the Electric Angels managed to bring some class back to the world of hard rock with a sound in the same vein as Hanoi Rocks and the Rolling Stones.
The Electric Angels formed in Los Angeles and played their debut gig on December 31, 1987. The band consisted of Shane (vocals, and the only member not involved with Candy), Ryan Roxie (guitar), Jonathan Daniel (bass) and John Schubert (drums). Kiss' Bruce Kulick produced the group's first demos, which promptly landed them a deal with Atlantic records. Their self-titled debut was produced by Tony Visconti and released in 1990. They were reviewed favorably as a cross between The Replacements and Hanoi Rocks. Despite being a great debut effort and backed by constant touring, the debut album (and first single "Rattlesnake Kisses") didn't make many waves commercially. Their record label wanted the band to demo new material, and a second album was prepared. But record company politics led to the album being shelved. The band was dropped in 1991, before they could record their second album, which was to be called New York Times. Demos for the second album do exist and have shown up on bootlegs bearing the name of the aborted album. Shane, Jonathan, and John returned a few years later, without Ryan Roxie, as The Loveless, releasing A Tale Of Gin And Salvation in 1995, an album that is well loved among fans of the power pop music genre.
This second album is better than the first one . I don't understand why Atlantic never released it.
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