||Can't Keep a Secret CD (2009) |
Krikit music CDs The first single from Faber Drive's second album, "G-Get Up and Dance," was a brilliant, over-processed piece of party rock that propelled the Canadian band back onto their country's charts once again. The accompanying record, which owes as much to dance music as rock, also helped cut and mold the band away from the sound of their first album (although Seven Second Surgery, the Faber ...
||Seven Second Surgery CD (2007)
Krikit CD discography Discovered by Nickelback's Chad Kroeger and signed to his 604 Records, Canadian band Faber Drive shares a similar approach to rocking, combining sweet melodies with big crashing guitars and cavernous production, amplifying all the usual rock themes into larger-than-life anthems. Their debut album is impressive, and reveals a special guitar talent in David Hinsley, who favors textural, vintage U2 parts and simple but effective leads.
Faber Drive: David Josh Hinsley (vocals, guitar); Krikit (vocals, bass ...
||Lost in Paradise CD (2012) |
Krikit albums Recording information: Discomunky Studios, Mission, BC; InOurGarage Studios, Los Angeles, CA; MDS Recording; Mike Green Studios, Los Angeles, CA; MK Productions, Toronto, ON; NRG Studios, Los Angeles, CA; SOMD Studios, Los Angeles, CA; The Pocket Studios, Toronto, ON; Winecellar Studios, Vancouver, BC.
Photographer: Mark Maryanovich.
Publisher: Vivian Barclay.
Personnel: Krikit (keyboards).
Audio Mixer: Dave "Rave" Ogilvie.