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CHAIN THE DAY - Demo 1995


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Hi guys. Just wanted to share a local Baltimore band that I was very close to in 1995. CHAIN THE DAY was formed in 1994 by 5 friends. My best friend from high school's brother was the band's drummer. The band recorded a 4-song demo in 1995 and played several of the local clubs including the Midway Cafe, where I saw them twice. Very melodic and harmonious, these guys are pure AOR/melodic rock. Of course, the musical climate at the time didn't work in their favor and they disbanded. The demo tape was really for themselves more than anything. But they were awesome imo!

 

My signed photo of the band:

 

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This picture was also in ROX magazine's final issue MAY 1995:

 

 

 

Track 1 "Heart -N- Soul"

 

 

Track 2 "Lover's Rain"

 

 

Track 3 "Time Is All It Takes"

 

 

Track 4 "Waiting For Your Call"

 

 

CHAIN THE DAY was:

 

Scott G. : Lead Vocals

Joe Smith : Lead Guitars/Backing Vocals

Mark Mills : Lead Guitars/Backing Vocals

Rich Chamberlain : Bass Guitar/Backing Vocals

John Meyers : Drums

 

Download the demo here: http://www.filedropper.com/chaintheday-thedemos

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