Blue Period | Product (1998 Debut CD)

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Product (1998 Debut CD)

by Blue Period

Glittery hard rock combined with dark, arty pop. This album is a little more "arty" than Nightlife Casualties, with more of a Cure influence and less outright rock. Product was recorded with our old guitarist, Chris Hogan.
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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1. We Eat Our Own
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2. Rock Star
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3. Breakaway Glass Heart
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4. Monster
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5. Cologne Collection
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6. Bleed
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7. This Compromise
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8. Nothing There
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9. Cow
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10. Steal Modigliani
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11. The Bee
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12. Needle
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Blue Period's debut release, Product, was recorded in 1997 and released in 1998. While the band has evolved into more of a glamorous rock and roll band with their new album, Nightlife Casualties, their auspicious beginnings can be heard here. More arty and less hard-hitting, they still knew how to rock. Many fans actually prefer this album to their recent work.


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Tammy Galas-gray

Arty, yet Infectiously Catchy with a Little Something for Everyone.
~ Written 05/13/01 ~ To pigeonhole this CD into a single genre is as difficult as turning the CD off! Regardless of your taste, this album has something for every musical preference. So, if a song doesn't strike your fancy, wait - the next one's guaranteed to change your mind. Fusing everything from rock to punk, dark arty-pop to new wave, and even smatterings of electronica & industrial thrown in for good measure, it's no wonder Blue Period once described their debut CD as a "salad", "blind man's zoo" & (my favourite!) "short attention span rock". Or as Swirly put it - they're so good, they can play ALL this & more! Vocally, singer Adrian Roberts is equally all over the map, at times sounding as though he were five different people in the course of one song. What is constant, however, is the absolute warmth, depth & richness his voice brings into the mix. Overall, the album is playful & infectiously catchy, while maintaining its unique arty flair & great sense of humor. It's the perfect dose of fun to get me going (or out of bed for that matter!) in the morning. Even after two years, "Product" never leaves my CD player for too long.