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Glam Rock for the Future, Power Pop for Progessives, Martinis at 5:00.
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Peak in sub-genre #15
A Power Pop reminisence, Bob K: Lead and Rhythm guitars, Eric D: Keyboards, Drum Loops and Vocals
Peak in sub-genre #16
The Angels take a look back, do I see a theme here? Bob K: Lead and Rhythm Guitars, (1st solo) Lead Vocals. Eric D: Lead and Rhythm Guitars, (2nd solo), Rhythm loops, Keyboards and Backing Vocals.
Bob ponders the big questions, Bob K: Rhythm Guitar, lead Vocals. Eric D: Keyboards, Rhythm Loops, Backing Vocals. Michael Maloof: Lead Guitar.
A blast of summertime Rock and Roll fun remembering the latest hits heard with a transistor radio held to your ear. Bob K: Lead & Rhythm Guitars, Backing Vocals. Eric D: Lead & Rhythm guitars, Keyboards, Perscussion loops, Lead & Backing Vocals.
A break up song. A BAD break up song. Kinda hurts, don't it? But on a brighter note, it was a long time ago. Bob K: Lead and Rhythm Guitars. Eric D. : Lead and Rhythm Guitars, Keyboards, Percussion Loops and Vocals.
Peak position #38
A dreamy ambient electric piano intro gives way to a guitar stomp. Bob K: Lead and Rhythm Guitars. Eric D: Keyboards, Loops, Backwards Guitar, Vox. Image, The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters, Francisco Goya, 1797-1799.
A motherlode of retro-glam with a whithering solo by special guest Per Larsson. Bob K: Rhythm Guitar and Lead Vocals, Eric D: Rhythm Guitar, Backing Vocals, Keyboards and Drum Loops, Per Larsson: Lead Guitar.