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13 Engines

Члены группы 13 Engines: Grant Ethier, Jim Hugues, John Critchley, Mike Robbins (3)

Дискография 13 Engines:

# Название релиза Информация об aльбоме Купить альбом в iTunes Год издания Лейбл
1 Smoke & Ashes 3 audio iTunes 1993 Atlantic
2 Byram Lake Blues 11 audio iTunes 1988 Nocturnal Records (4)
3 Before Our Time 8 audio iTunes 1987 Nocturnal Records (4)
4 Perpetual Motion Machine 14 audio iTunes 1993 Atlantic
5 Conquistador 13 audio iTunes 1995
6 Before Our Time 8 audio iTunes 1990 Resonance (2)
7 Waterfall / Personal Golem 2 audio iTunes 1995 EMI
8 Perpetual Motion Machine 14 audio iTunes 1993
9 Byram Lake Blues 11 audio iTunes 1988 Nocturnal Records (4)
10 Before Our Time 8 audio iTunes 1987 Resonance (2)
11 A Blur To Me Now 13 audio iTunes 1991
12 A Blur To Me Now 13 audio iTunes 1991 SBK Records
13 Conquistador 16 audio iTunes 1995 EMI Music Canada
14 A Blur To Me Now 13 audio iTunes 1991 SBK Records

John Critchley (guitar, vocals) Grant Ethier (drums, vocals) Jim Hughes (bass, vocals) Mike Robbins (guitar) Formed in the mid-80's as The Ikons, the members were York University students trying to get by on rock and roll and beer. The released a self-titled cassette in 1986 before making waves on Detroit radio where they would straddle the border town clubs between the Motor City and Windsor with a new name in honour of the motor trade - 13 Engines. While there they recorded two independent albums for Nocturnal Records -- 'Before Our Time' (1987) and 'Byram Lake Blues' (1989). The latter spawning a college radio hit single in "Beached" Their major label debut, 'Blur To Me Now', was produced by the late David Briggs (Neil Young, Alice Cooper). The album jettisoned two medium rotation singles with "Big Surprise" and "King Of Saturday Night" allowing them the freedom to tour across the country. However, they would soon lose their US distribution deal with SBK and a disappointing promotional push in light of such labelmates as Vanilla Ice making 13 Engines a low priority. EMI Canada kept the band on the high profile list and made a legitimate bubbling under hit of their next album 'Perpetual Motion Machine' in 1993 - which landed them a coveted spot on the first annual Tragically Hip 'Another Roadside Attraction' tour. The CD launched two heavily played singles/videos in "More" and "Smoke & Ashes". As the alternative scene became more mainstream it seemed that 13 Engines' time had come. The release of 1995's 'Conquistador' bore this out and the public quietly awaits their return


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