The Boomin’ Humans – Emergency [1991]

rthrttyCountry Canada

Style Melodic Rock/AOR/Pop

Rating 77/100

Band Members Ed Bernard – Guitar,backing vocals,violin, Troy Feener – Drums, Paul Kobayashi – Bass,keyboards, Gerry Lantaigne – Vocals,acoustic guitar

Tracks 01. Stepping Out (3:48), 02. Modern Life (3:42), 03. Around You (3:37), 04. Destination (4:23), 05. How Thick Are Them Eyes (3:32), 06. Feeling Creature (3:25), 07. When I Was Young (2:46), 08. Runaway Heart (3:40), 09. In Your Arms (2:27), 10. Ease Your Mind (2:42), 11. Affect Me (4:30), 12. No Pain (3:49)

Profile Toronto based quartet release this hyper rare indie back in 1991 in very limited copies featuring multi-instrumentalist and composer Ed Bernard performing with a variety of artists and playing to thousands of people and drummer Troy Feener work with Tom Cochrane, Patrick Moraz, Lenny Kravitz and Honeymoon Suite among others, Their experience blend perfectly with the great bass work from Paul Kobayashi and the excellent vocals of Gerry Lantaigne. The album moves to melodic rock/hard rock paths with a mixture of pop, funky and even jazz influences. The musicianship, songwriting and production are top notch but without commercial hints that will explode it.


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