The Hitmen – Cosmic Dayz [1992]

Country Canada

Style Hard Rock/Southern Rock

Rating 79/100

Band Members Mike Tiessen, Stevie Impens, Jeff House, Charlie Lambrick

Tracks 01. Armed and Dangerous, 02. Lonely, 03. Sad Times, Bad Times, 04. On the Edge, 05. Slippin’ Away, 06. Can’t Sleep, 07. Blow Me (A Little Kiss), 08. Tables Are Turnin’, 09. Dead Flowers, 10. Five Miles, 11. Cosmic Dayz, 12. Pack My Bags

Profile Great outfit from Leamington, Ontario released this indie back in 1992 via Pelican Records in extremely limited copies, featuring Mike Tiessen and Steve Impens two of the most recognizable harmonizing duo’s this area has ever seen. The Hitmen are a Classic Rock band with many originals that have been together for many years with help from a lot of talented musicians over the years that are still kicken em’ out such as Boppin Billie B Mackenzie, Rob Balint “Rubble-Stubble”, Dave Andruchow, Mark Chichkan and Al Hendry amomg others. Hard rock and Southern tunes blend into a unique album although the songwriting could be better as the production but still worthly. In the vein of Child’s Play, 38 Special and Bad Company.

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  1. Steve Impens says:

    Appreciate the time and effort to post these commments…get in touch with me, always welcome conversations about the music and the people we have worked with!

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  2. Darin Delaurier says:

    Many a night rocks with these boys! Always a great sound no matter the venue. If you ever caught a show you remember it!!

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