1. One More Heart Attack 3:55
2. Jenny Jet 4:40
3. Old Habits Die Hard (And The Good Die Young) 3:55
4. The Devil You Know 3:31
5. Love Won't Die 4:30
6. Nottingham Rock City Blues 2:48
7. Right Girl, Wrong Time 3:58
8. Trash Talk 3:02
9. Falling In And Out 3:18
10. 16 On A Summer Night 4:04
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There was a magical time in music where one could turn on their favourite
FM radio station and be rewarded for their efforts with a stream of truly
classic rock n' roll. The sounds of T-Rex melding into Thin Lizzy, the Alice
Cooper Group played back to back against a Cheap Trick album track.
The 70s era of rock n' roll was a time when the purchase of an album was
a sacred rite of passage, attending a concert equivalent to a mass religious
experience, when the image and art of the rock n' roll performer merged as
one. CRASH KELLY wants to take you back... Ladies and gentlemen, please
adjust your Hi-Fi players for the next rock n' roll transmission. Crash
Kelly is the soulchild of Sean Kelly, a Toronto session musician who has
toured and recorded with some of the biggest names in Canadian music.
After years of playing sideman to various and sundry artists, the Rock n'
Roll animal in Sean could no longer be contained. In 2002, Crash Kelly was born.
Crash Kelly comes by its' influences honestly. Weaned on Aerosmith, the
Rolling Stones, KISS and T-Rex, Sean quickly fell under the spell of the
sound of twin guitars, slamming glam-rock beats and performance based rock
n' roll courtesy of his older sister's record collection.
Being a child of the 80s, Sean was able to separate the wheat from the
chaff of the hard rock artists of the famed Sunset Strip. Early Motley
Crue and Hanoi Rocks are considered essential listening in the Kelly
household. It's the combination of these influences filtered through
the classic 70s structure and sound that forms the foundation for Crash Kelly.