Jenson Interceptor ‎– Cosmetics [1983]

R-3708183-1350063503-1574.jpegCountry Canada

Style Melodic Rock/New Wave/Pop/Rock

Rating 76/100

Band Members Albert Blaine – Bass, Ed Johnson – Guitar,Keyboards,Flute,Vocals, Doug Jensen – Guitar,Vocals, Charlotte Wiebe – Keyboards

Tracks 01. Pull Me, 02. Telephone Love Affair, 03. Long Distance From Singapore, 04. You’re No Good Girl, 05. Stop, 06. In Between, 07. Love On The Late Show, 08. Rock Room, 09. Butterfly Love

Profile Short-lived Canadian pop/rock band from Edmonton, Alberta, previously known as Dickens consisting of the brother/sister duo of Doug and Kennedy Jenson, Charlotte Weibe, Albert Blaine, and John Fynn. Formed in 1976 as Dickens, Jenson Interceptor have been placed among Edmonton’s premier B-circuit groups.

Their self-titled debut album came out in 1980 through House of Lords Records with minor success and airplay selling 30,000 copies nationwide that led the band to gain a contract with RCA (as their previous label had financial problems) for the release of their second album titled “Cosmetics” released in 1983.

To promote their record they also released the single “Pull Me/Telephone Love Affair”. Musically their sound is melodic rock with poppy and new wave fillers, good songwriting but with no the hit song that will explode them. The band continue touring till the late 90s when they split-up.

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