Hay Kay – Hay Kay [1992]

Country Brazil          

Style Melodic Rock/AOR

Rating 75/100

Band Members Vinny Bonotto – Vocals, guitars, Marcelo Sussekind – Guitars, backing vocals, Roberto Lly – Bass, Claudio Maza – Keyboards, piano, backing vocals, Marco Strada – Drums

Tracks 01. O Herói, 02. Mais Uma Vez, 03. Vôo Veloz, 04. Pra Que Chorar, 05. Tão Normal, 06. Hey Man, 07. Teu Olhar, 08. Eu Prefiro Ficar Só, 09. Te Quero Mais, 10. Shock em Nós, 11. Segredos

Profile Hay Kay was a hard rock band from Rio de Janeiro, formed in the early 90s by veteran Marcelo Sussekind (former Herva Doce) and Roberto LLY (former Herva Doce) and the band came to attendance by the pop singer Vinny Bonotto (author of the hit “Move The Chair” 90s).

The band released their first and only album in 1992, this could not even exhaust the circulation of 500 copies. With a sound edgy and original feature of the self-titled album are for “The Hero” with one taken funkeada and “Once Again” ballad of the album, which remembers very well the style of the band Whitesnake, especially in the drawings vocals. The song “Your Eyes” was part of the soundtrack of the novel “Body and Soul” aired by TV Globo between 1992-93.

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