Teaze Discography of CDs
||Teaze CD (2001) |
Teaze CD discography Hailing from Windsor, Ontario, close enough to sniff the pungent fumes of Detroit's legendary rock breeding grounds across the river, Teaze appeared primed to follow in the wake of '70s rockers like Kiss, Ted Nugent, and other purveyors of good-time, no-frills (kabuki-style makeup notwithstanding) heavy rock. While the band's moniker, and even its pretty-boy image, to a lesser extent, suggested latent glam rock influences, Teaze's music was altogether stripped of fey artifice for much of this modest but powerful debut. To wit, fierce bar brawlers "Flames Keep Growing" and "Come on Hold On" featured extended instrumental passages indicative of their sweaty ...
||One Night Stands CD (1979) |
Teaze albums One Night Stands was the third album released by Teaze on the Aquarius Records label, and their debut release in the U.S. on Capitol. With the success of the live album, Tour of Japan, the Montreal-based band became one of the hottest Canadian acts of the late '70s. For this U.S. debut album, all the stops were pulled out by the band's management. Myles Goodwyn, from April Wine, was brought in for production and eight new songs were written by the bandmembers for the album. The songs were powerful hard rock numbers with intelligent lyrics and good choruses. The album had ...
||Body Shots CD (1980) |
Teaze music CDs Body Shots was the fourth album by Canadian hard rockers Teaze for the Aquarius Records label. Originally released in 1980, Body Shots was to become the bands final record before breaking up in 1981. The album was a strong effort and consisted of 11 hard rock-styled songs all written by the band members in a similar style to those on the previous albums. Again, no single was released from the album, but Canadian fans still supported the band. With the commercial failure of their previous album, One Night Stands, and the loss of their U.S. record label, the hopes of becoming ...
||Tour of Japan CD (1978)
Teaze discography The band Teaze, formed in Windsor, Ontario, in the mid-'70s, started out as a cover band, and, in 1976, the band released a self-titled debut for a local label. On the success of that album, Teaze signed to Aquarius Records and released their debut album for the label, On the Loose, in 1977. The album and the single, "Sweet Misery," were a hit, and in 1978 Teaze embarked on a world tour. One of the first stops on the tour was Tokyo, Japan, which was the band's first performance outside of Canada. The concert was recorded for posterity and technical reasons, ...
||On the Loose CD (1978) |
Teaze was originally formed in Windsor, Ontario, in the mid-'70s, and started out as a cover band playing Detroit-styled hard rock at local bars in the vein as bands such as Bob Seger System, Grand Funk, MC5, and Alice Cooper. Consisting of band members Brian Danter (lead vocals, bass), Mike Kozak (drums), Mark Bradac (guitar), and Chuck Price (guitar), Teaze eventually moved to Toronto and established a large local following, quickly becoming one of the hottest bar bands in the area. In 1976, they recorded a number of demo songs in hopes of securing a recording contract, but the demos were ...
Popular or famous Teaze music songs: Boys Night Out, Open My Eyes, Hot To Trot, Come on Hold On, Lady Killer, Reach Out, Through The Years. More music songs Red Hot Ready, Flames Keep Growing, Dirty Sweet Loving, On the Loose, Touch the Wind, Heartless World, Back in Action. More music songs Believe in Rock N Roll, Stay Here, Rockin with the Music, Young And Restless, Too Bad, Never Again. See All Songs
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