Country Canada Style Hard Rock
Chuck Price – Guitar, Mike Kozak – Drums, Mark Bradac – Guitar, Brian Danter – Vocals,bass
01. Rockin’ With the Music , 02. Flames Keep Growing , 03. Come On, Hold On , 04. Believe in Rock ‘N Roll , 05. Boys Night Out , 06. Hot to Trot , 07. Dirty Sweet Loving , 08. Open My Eyes
Profile Ontario-based Teaze were more popular in Japan during a short tour in 1978 than the band’s entire career in their native country. Formed in 1975 by Chuck Price, Mike Kozak, Mark Bradac and Brian Danter, Teaze only released one popular single in Canada, “Sweet Misery” in 1978.
The group was powered by a heavy but no-nonsense approach. Dinghy bars and crowded nightclubs served as the group’s backdrop for the next couple of years, all the while honing their sound, but never really gaining a substantial following with the local crowds.
Despite this, Teaze was recognized by Bob Rags at Terry Flood Management and the group was signed to Aquarius records in 1977. Their debut album was self-titled and failed to make a dent in the charts or an impression with the audience. Driven by straight-forward low production, their first record was as raw a sound as one could capture in a studio, as evidenced by the tracks “Rockin With The Music”, co-written by George Young – older brother and producer of Ac/Dc’s Angus & Malcolm, “Hot To Trot” and “Boys’ Night Out”.