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Storm

Storm

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The late seventies were a veritable playground for female fronted hard rock (Heart, Pat Benatar, 1994 and The Runaways being just a few examples) and critics faves Storm were, no exception. Originating from Orange County, on the outskirts of Los Angeles, acclaimed singer Jeanette Chase led a band rich in both melody and muscle honing and refining their biggest, mainly British, influences including Queen, Led Zeppelin and The Sweet. Earnestly working the live circuit, the bands dedication and originality paid off when, in 1977, they signed a record deal with ABC-Dunhill only to find their new label collapsing around their ears. Absorbed by the giant MCA Corporation, they eventually unleashed their debut album to enormous critical acclaim in 1979 but, sadly, for reasons not of their own making, the album sank without a trace leaving the band to retrench and rethink before relaunching in the eighties on Capitol Records. Feted at the time by those who heard it's content, Storm's debut is now regarded as a hard rock classic laced with both class and precision. Issued on CD for the first time. Fully remastered, repackaged and includes 2 bonus tracks 'If It's True' & 'Cold Cold Heart'. Rock Candy. 2006.

Tracks

  1. I Want You
  2. Tell Me That You Love Me
  3. What Do You Like
  4. Games Over
  5. You Pity Me
  6. Ain't That the Way
  7. Wake Up
  8. Young Young
  9. Shoot On Sight
  10. Hyperdrive
  11. Machine Gun
  12. Bonus Tracks:
  13. If It's True
  14. Cold Cold Heart

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UPC Number: 136000188478

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