Tia – Tia [1985]

rewtg3Country Italy

Style Progressive AOR

Rating 77/100

Band Members Mauro Novello – Bass, Massimo Jannantuono – Drums,percussion, Andrea Vio – Guitar, Michele Bon – Keyboards, Walter Apa – Vocals

Tracks 01. Take A Way (4:40), 02. Etchetu Aloh (5:33), 03. It’s Music (5:25), 04. On Air (3:14), 05. What’s Your Face Like (5:05), 06. She 5:55 , 07. Eyes (5:05)

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Profile Vicenza based rock outfit released their self titled debut album back in 1985 through Moon Records and without a doubt is one of the most underrated and forgotten records of Italian metal scene of the eighties. Tia ‘s sound can be described as a mixture of early Whitesnake,  ambitious array Foreigner and Rush with a melodious approach, something different according to the NWOBHM area of the period.

The quality of their songs help them to gain a contract with Moon Record label specializing in productions Progressive. Stellat production and some really impressive tune like the opener “Take A Way” a song that deserved to be inserted in the compilation and the radio airplay. Songs like “Etchetu Aloh” which refers to the progressive seventies and most immediate songs like “On Air” worthy of comparison with the giants Van Halen are some examples of the quality of this band. Forgotten jewel that worth the seach.

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