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New album 'Clones' out July 8th through Eonian Records.

From Eonian Records:

Indianapolis, Indiana - Eonian Records will release M!SS CRAZY’s much-anticipated tenth studio album ‘Clones’ with Markus Allen Christopher on Lead & Backing Vocals and Guitar, Vernon Anderson on Guitar, John Homan on Drums, Kim Racer on Bass, and Nicole Willard on Lead & Backing Vocals. Ronnie poured his heart and soul into this new release, which promises to be one of the band's standouts.

A generation ago, historic rock artists like Alice Cooper, David Bowie, and KISS showed our parents that they were no longer living in the ’50s or ’60s. These iconic bands incorporated stunning imagery and stage theatrics to elevate the standards of rock performance worldwide. Fast forward to 2007, and a young, new band named MISS CRAZY arrives on the musical landscape to reignite the flame of hard rock!

Ronnie Borchert learned early on that he wanted to be a musician. He saw KISS at the Cow Palace in San Francisco, California, which changed his life forever. As Ronnie grew as a musician and developed his craft, he learned to emulate all the bands he admired and loved. He soon realized his job would follow his passion for music, which was undoubtedly the correct path.

Most know Ronnie Borchert as the front man for Amsterdam, who released four albums, and Trixie, who released three, but if you haven’t learned by now, Ronnie possesses many other talents such as a talented songwriter, guitarist, producer, and collaborator. Ronnie's first solo album, "Change," released in 2007, gives fans of Amsterdam & Trixie some familiar sounds and transcends into a more contemporary melodic hard rock realm with killer choruses and melodies that are a true testament to the evolution of Ronnie's work as both an artist and producer. That was just the beginning.

Ronnie and his stellar line-up of musicians would eventually release nine MISS CRAZY albums: Self-Titled (2005), Can’t Get Enough (2007), II (2008), Grip (2013), Inception (2014), Resurrection Hard Rock (2014) Make America Crazy Again (2019), and Covers - Volume 1 & 2 (2022)

Amid MISS CRAZY’s early success, Ronnie (Markus Allen Christopher) formed 2009’s most anticipated supergroup Freakshow alongside Jeff LaBar of Cinderella on Lead Guitars & Backing Vocals, Tony Franklin of Blue Murder on Bass, and Frankie Banali of Quiet Right on Drums. The album still shines as one of Ronnie’s well-written & played, produced, and collaborative career efforts. The album smokes from start to finish and remains a fan favorite.

Fast forward to 2022, Ronnie unleashes the busiest year of his career. First, releasing Covers - Volumes 1 & 2 together with an all-star lineup of guest musicians and engineers to join MISS CRAZY in breathing new life and recording a near-perfect time capsule of some of the greatest classics of the ’70s and ’80s. Volume 1 features songs from KISS, Fastway, The Partridge Family, Cheap Trick, Billy Squier, The Rolling Stones, Def Leppard, A Flock Of Seagulls, The Trammps, and Mötley Crüe. Volume 2 features songs from KISS, Guns N' Roses, The Police, Led Zeppelin, Modern English, Ramones, Cheap Trick, Mr. Hyde, AC/DC, and Def Leppard. In our humble opinion, there is not a better cover tribute out there

 

MISS CRAZY is: Markus Allen Christopher on Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals & Guitar, Vernon Anderson on Guitar, John Homan on Drums, Kim Racer on Bass, and Nicole Willard on Lead Vocals & Backing Vocals.

MISS CRAZY ‘Clones’ Tracklist:

1. I’m Never Gonna Get Over You 2. Clones 3. Living In America 4. I Don’t Believe In Love 5. I Just Wanna Give 6. Forgiveness 7. Miracle 8. Tonight 9. V.A. 10. She Loves Me

 

 

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Don't really know what happened to this band. First album was fresh, good solid stuff. Everything since has been variations of weakness. This is another piece of weakness. First song is the "best," but you'd hardly call even that one a very good song. Yeah, this one isn't great... 

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I kind of got excited when these guys are going to do something again. I flashed through about 20 seconds of each song and went to something else. Not sure what they were going for here but they completely missed

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