Boss – Step on It [1984]

PhotobucketCountry Australia          Style Hard Rock

Rating 86/100

Band Members
Kevin Pratt – Lead & Rhythm Guitar, Scott Ginn – Bass Guitar, Peter Sucliff – Lead & Rhythm Guitar, Peter Heckenburg – Drums, Craig Csongrady – Vocals

Tracks
1. Kick Ass (Rock & Roll), 2. That Woman, 3. Dancin’ Queen, 4. Strange Games, 5. Escapee, 6. Take It or Leave It, 7. Free Wheelin’, 8. Hard N’ Fast, 9. Cry Cry, 10. Shake It

Profile Boss was a flashy Sydney (by way of Adelaide) hard rock and metal band with a melodic sound characterised by Csongrady’s high-pitched wails and Pratt’s spitfire guitar work. The band built a solid reputation which led to an international deal with RCA and supports to the likes of Iron Maiden, Twisted Sister and Dio. Step On It was recorded using a drum machine with Tatts joining before it was released. The album sold strongly in Europe but met with little domestic success and the band was eventually dumped by the label. Line-up changes ensued and a failed US bid spelt their doom. Csongrady was briefly considered as a replacment for Kevin Dubrow in Quiet Riot before Boss re-formed as BB Steal in 1988.

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