Rude – Touch It! [1992]

RUDE_TICountry Canada          

Style Hard Rock

Rating 86/100

Band Members J.J. Carle – Vocals, Mario Lessard – Guitar, Marty Phillips – Bass, Mike Kozak – Drums

Tracks 01. Touch It! (4:25), 02. Slap (5:06), 03. Light The Candle (4:14), 04. One In A Million (6:11), 05. How Many Hearts (5:21), 06. So Right So Wrong (4:33), 07. Light The Candle [Accoustic Version] (4:13)

Profile This is friggin’ fantastic, one of the best melodic hard rock indies to be discovered in Canada in a long, long time. It’s got touches of Signal, Slyboyz, Harem Scarem, Wild Ride, and bands of that nature, bands that are very melodic with good hooks and slick harmony vocals. This is the only work of the band released in 1992 through the Canadian label Eq Records and produced by Glen Robinson and J.J. Carle. “So Right So Wrong” is pure Harem Scarem magic and any Harem Scarem fan will like it or eventually learn to. “Slap” sounds like Loverboy slapped with Def Leppard. Another standout. The title track veers nicely into Honeymoon Suite territory. This is right up there with the best Canadian indies (Shelter, Simon Says, Dirtyworks, etc.)

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