After All – How High The Moon [1988]

Country Canada

Style Melodic Rock/Power Pop

Rating 72/100

Band Members Scott Acomba – Vocals, Todd Simko – Guitar, Jordy Birch – Bass, Leigh Grant – Drums

Tracks 01. Save Me From Myself, 02. Bullets, 03. It’s Only The Blues, 04. Holiday, 05. Waiting, 06. Shadows of A Dove, 07. The Boat Leaves Sunday, 08. 90-92, 09. Here I Am Again, 10. The Color Of Mary’s Eyes

Profile The band hailed from Surrey, BC started in the early 80s and threw the years they change name and line up till 1988 when under the moniker After All released the album “How High the Moon” from Capitol Records. The songs “Save Me From Myself” and “Bullets” released as a single for the album’s promotion and shot as a video also, while the song “Save me From Myself” appeared in the compilation “Certain Damage! Vol. 12” a tour in many cities in Canada.

With the departure of Scott Acomba to formed Satsuma, the band ended. The rest of the member changed name to Grin Factory and after to Pure where they release three album with an alternative approach. If you like bands like Modern English, Wire Train, The Cure, and early U2 check these guys.

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