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Ron Thaler's True Story Band. Ron Thaler's True Story Band - Grain (CD, Album). Carter Burwell - True Grit (Album).
Steeler is the debut studio album by the American heavy metal band of the same name, released in 1983. It was largely recorded at Prairie Sun Studios in Cotati, California, about fifty miles north of San Francisco. It was the only album released by the band until a 2005 compilation album released by singer Ron Keel
8 Eleven Benevolent Elephant Steps 7:42. 10 Hulk, Get A Tailor. Acoustic Guitar – Hernan Romero (tracks: 3) Alto Saxophone – Ron Bertolet Drums, Percussion, Gong, Voice, Producer – Ron Thaler Electric Bass – Jeff Carney Electric Guitar – Mike Stern. Piano, Keyboards – Chris Clark Recorded By – Jim Clouse.
This Vancouver band comes on like Black Flag fronted by the bastard daughter of Patti Smith and Stevie Nicks, with each song going off like a nail bomb of desire. This pop-punk smash stayed on the charts for 70 weeks. You can hear echoes of the Descendents and Misfits, among other punk staples, within the polished tunes on their breakthrough album.
The Terror Squad of True Story is notably different than the group that had debuted five years earlier on its self-titled release. Much had changed for the Fat Joe-led group during those five years, above all the passing away of group heavyweight Big Punisher, who had brought substantial star power and talent to Terror Squad.
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The album finds the band in attack mode, where on standout tracks like Sunday Bloody Sunday an instrument as refined as the violin takes turns playing electrical whip, wailing animal, and battle cry across the song’s marching protest beat. The story behind the recording of XTC’s Skylarking is that the band absolutely hated working with producer Todd Rundgren, whom they found overbearing and snide, but none of that behind-the-scenes tension translated into the finished product, as joyous and buoyant a pop album as has ever been recorded. More importantly, though, True Blue was the album on which it became readily apparent that Madonna was more than just a flash-in-the-pan pop star.