Too Many Cooks – Food Fight [1991]

TOO_MANY_COOKS_FFCountry Canada          

Style AOR

Rating 78/100

Band Members Catherine Russell – Backing vocals, J.F. Lemeux – Bass, Benoit Clement – Drums, Richard D’Anjou – Guitars,vocals,percussion, Dan Georgesco – Bass,guitar,backing vocals,piano,organ, Daniele Vermette – Keyboards

Tracks 01. Who? (4:04), 02. Jesus (4:02), 03. Rita (3:48), 04. Take It Right (3:25), 05. Lucy (2:56), 06. Where Have You Been (3:54), 07. Refuse To Die (4:26), 08. Mad (3:22), 09. Kiss My Love (3:05), 10. 19/8 Hutchinson (3:40), 11. Believe Me Sister (4:15)

Profile TOO MANY COOKS is a melodic rock/pop band from Sherbrooke, Quebec formed in 1986 by Richard D’Anjou and Dan Georgesco. “Food Fight” is the second band’s album came out in 1991 by A&M Records and produced by Neil O’Connor and the band offered a good quality of melodic rock blend with pop. The album gain minor success include two smash hit with “Rita” and “Believe Me Sister”. The melodies, the songwriting, and the sound are top notch. The opening flavor “Who?” , the poppy “Rita” with a beautiful chorus, the mid-tempo “Refuse To Die” and my favorite “Believe Me Sister” with great lyrics, music and an enormous guitar solo are the best moments of the album.

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