Yes, I like Queensryche. Well to a point. Anyway this was really interesting to my ears in 1984. From the album “The Warning” this combination of mechanical, electronic elements and metal was great. A nice change of pace on a pretty traditional (Iron Maiden, Judas Priest) metal album.
My thought was cool you could cross Gary Numan and Metal. Well that was wrong as I find most industrial metal tedious.
You may know them as the Three O’Clock they were originally named The Salvation Army. The “real” Salvation Army had a shit fit so they renamed themselves the Three O’Clock.
Frontier rereleased this album as Before Three O’Clock.
Almost 2 minutes of Kalopsia. So far it seems that it will easily be the best thing since Songs for the Deaf.
Here are the two other songs.
I Appear Missing
My God Is The Sun
I know they are from San Francisco. I know they play 70’s power pop infused with hard rock and punk. That’s it.
A catchy high speed slice of rock.
Taken from their second album “Flo & Eddie”. The song is about Marc Bolan.
The album recorded specifically for being the opening act on Alice Cooper’s “Billion Dollar Babies” tour. Production was handled by Bob Ezrin.