Chemical People - Chemical People FLAC album
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Chemical People were a punk rock band formed in Los Angeles in 1986. My band mates and I are currently listening to So Sexist! A perfect album. 17 November 2016 at 03:19.
With this album, Chemical People followed up their 1992 self-titled album with a similar, better produced sound that, with the addition of Dave's sax as well as keyboards and a slew of guest musicians, had a far less raw feel when compared to the early years. It did, however, stay true to the pop/punk sound the bands on Cruz are famous for. The band members have since parted ways and gone on to pursue their own interests leaving a wealth of punk rock history in their wake.
Chemical People is pure pop/rock without any punk design reference - except for sloppy musicianship and homespun production. With this record's apparent commercial ambition contrasted by its own shoddy execution, the disc sounds more like a demo collection than a finished product. rist Dave Naz had the technique to handle the group's earlier, less melodic songwriting approach, but on Chemical People, his monotone warbling sounds droll and unconvincing. Despite this technical deficiencies, Chemical People is still an OK listen. The material is some of the .
Chemical People still remain a band hidden away, playing occasionally in their studio with members Dave Naz, Ed Urlik and Jaime Pina. Angels & Devils mini-album (1991) Cruz. Chemical People (1992) Cruz. Arpeggio Motorcade (1997) Cruz. Singles, EPs. "The Good, The Bad & The Ugly" (1986) Chemical People. Black Throat" (1988) 2" Pecker. Fan Club Single (1988) 2" Pecker. The band toured the United States, Canada and Europe and broke up in 1997. Los Angeles, California, United States After a five-year hiatus, the band returned in 1997 with a new album, Arpeggio Motorcade, after which they stopped actively playing live in 1998. Chemical People still remain a band hidden away, playing occasionally in their studio with members Dave Naz, Ed Urlik and Jaime Pina.
The Chemical People have come along way over their now five album career (six if you count 'Soundtracks'). Not only has the music and lineup changed, but also their choices of cover models. Maxine Nazworthy (Dave's Mom) is on the cover of Arpeggio Motorcade, and after the porno starlets on the first two albums, you have to be wondering who will be on the nex. D URLIK- Ed has been a key component of the Chemical People over the entire ten years. Then, prior to the release of the Chem's self-titled album in 1992 Jaime left. During his departure he released a solo album on 1+2 Records entitled 'Bad Latino' in which he sang and played guitar, while Dave played drums. Jaime returned to the Chemical People in 1998 playing 2nd guitar. More recently, Jaime and Greg Cameron can be seen in the band Punk Rock Vatos in and around Los Angeles.
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