RMD – RMD [1994]

gfergergCountry Canada

Style Melodic  Rock/AOR

Rating 78/100

Band Members Robert Dethier – Vocals,Drums, Misko Cvopa – Vocals,Guitars, Denis Beland – Vocals,Bass

Additional Musicians Stéphane Goudreau – Drums

Tracks 01. Charme De Fee (4:16), 02. Reve et Realite (3:26), 03. Disparais de ma Vie (2:47), 04. Une Derniere Nuit (4:13), 05. Le Fugitif (3:25), 06. Coeur Qui Bat (3:36), 07. Amour Qui Tue (4:37), 08. Blonde D’Une Nuit (3:36), 09. C’est Fini (4:28), 10. L’Homme de la Rue (3:55)

Profile (R)obert, (M)isko and (D)enis or better RMD is a three piece act from Quebec formed in 1990. The single “Charme De Fee” gain lots of fame and reception while in  1993 they won second prize in the Empire of Future Stars that help them to earn a contract with Big Bang Records to released their self-titled debut album. Although “Charme De Fee” is close to pop, the album has a rock sound with lots of harmony vocals, great guitar work and amazing bass line as you can hear from the opening of “Le Fugitif”, an album with influences from bands such as Van Hallen, Led Zeppelin, Extreme and Offenback that worth your attention.


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