TEXAS - RED BOOK, album released November 7th 2005.
Encoded 192Kbps [Lame] mp3. Covers included.
Texas was formed in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1986 by Johnny McElhone, a veteran of the Scottish rock circuit who had been a part of two groups, Hipsway and Altered Images. Altered Images had considerable chart success in the U.S. and the U.K. in the mid-'80s, while Hipsway didn't become nearly so well known. At the time Texas was comprised of McElhone [bass], Eddie Campbell [keyboards], Ally McErlaine [guitar], Richard Hynd [drums], and Sharleen Spiteri [vocals and guitar]. The group, which took its name from the 1985 Wim Wenders film Paris, Texas, made it's performing debut in March 1988 at a local college in Glasgow. With 1997's White On Blonde Texas became a UK sensation. 1999's Hush made the band true superstars at home; American success, however, remained elusive.
In 2005 the band included Spiteri, McElhone, McErlaine, and newcomer Michael Bannister, a keyboardist and electronic programming specialist, and with the release of Red Book Texas unveils a slightly retooled sound that nevertheless harks back to the White On Blonde salad days.
03 Can't Resist
04 What About Us
07 Get Down Tonight
09 Bad Weather
11 Just Hold On
12 Red Book
THE VIDEOS [SkidVid]
Ripped from disc, edited, no logos and encoded 352 x 288 MPEG-1