KC Rose – KC Rose [1992]

KCROSE_STCountry Switzerland          Style Hard Rock

Rating 76/100

Band Members
Beat Gisler – Bass, Mark B. Lay – Vocals, Meinrad Hertmaner – Keys, Tommy Pfiffner – Drums, Winy Wohlwend – Guitar

Tracks
01. History Should Bring Us Higher (4:30), 02. Hunt ‘N Madness (5:39), 03. We Don’t Know What Will Follow (5:43), 04. Kansas City Rose (3:47), 05. Big Fat Kings (5:09), 06. Diana (4:45)

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Profile KC ROSE also known as Kansas City Rose was a Swiss melodic hard rock founded in the late eighties by experienced singer Mark B. Lay (ex- Killer). The man not only has sung in several groups, Lay has also produced many bands in his own country and North of Italy. Under his baton KC Rose recorded and released privately their sole self titled album in 1992. This 6-track CD includes very well written and played Euro Melodic Hard Rock songs with pulsating guitars and pretty keyboard infused.

Sound and style recalls Swedes Mi.lli.on and KCR countryman Satrox, but they also show a more melodic side in the vein of Dalton, DaVinci and early TNT, with a touch of some American bands. Production is as good as it gets for an indie release, correctly recorded and mixed. Judging the quality of the songs, musicianship and year, it’s quite strange that they couldn’t find a label to back up their work. A rare piece for which rabid collectors have paid ridiculous prices.

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