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Here`s a band that is rarely mentioned in this forum, I`m sure there was an old post about these somewhere?

 

A really good Canadian band, described on the front page as a harder edged April Wine!

 

I used to have all their albums, my dad got me into these back in the early 80`s.

 

They have just had their best album re-released through Rock Candy, it`s called One Night Stands and for me it is excellent.

 

All their albums are worth a listen, S/T, On The Loose, Tour Of Japan and Body Shots are all pretty good albums.

 

I`m looking to buy these again as I only have One Night Stands and the others on my MP3 player!

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Great band,i have all their cd's.A underrated band."one Night Stands" is my favorite and the others are good as well.

 

At last, someone else who likes them, cheers bangerdave :guitbannana:

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Not exactly my fave Canadian band, but they were good in spots. I only have 'Body Shots' on vinyl and will be ordering 'One Night Stands' soon.

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Not exactly my fave Canadian band, but they were good in spots. I only have 'Body Shots' on vinyl and will be ordering 'One Night Stands' soon.

 

I was wondering what your opinion on Teaze was? One Night Stands is definitely their best! :tumbsup:

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I have 'On The Loose' on vinyl and while I haven't heard for ages, I remember liking it a lot...not sure why I never picked up their other stuff... :unsure:

 

one night stands was one of my faves back in the day. I really liked "stay here" in particular. Brian Danter has a new release on my space under "Danter". check it out!

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I have 'On The Loose' on vinyl and while I haven't heard for ages, I remember liking it a lot...not sure why I never picked up their other stuff... :unsure:

 

one night stands was one of my faves back in the day. I really liked "stay here" in particular. Brian Danter has a new release on my space under "Danter". check it out!

 

Still stands up as their best release, Stay Here is a great track! :tumbsup:

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I actually have all of their stuff on a playlist on my ipod along with Angel, Starz and others of the like. Very good band IMO.

 

:guitbannana:

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Teaze are fierce...have all their stuff, most of it on vinyl, I should get around to grabbing it on silver disc.

 

Same here Nick :tumbsup:

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TOUR OF JAPAN is one of my favorite live albums of all time :beerbang:

I never heard a bad album from them...

Although, I never heard BODY SHOTS...

 

Great live versions of some cracking songs, Body Shots is pretty good! :tumbsup:

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