Kik Tracee: Big Western Sky Vol. 1

Kik Tracee SKU: 33224435
Kik Tracee: Big Western Sky Vol. 1

Kik Tracee: Big Western Sky Vol. 1

Kik Tracee SKU: 33224435

Format: VINYL LP

Regular price $29.98

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Title: Big Western Sky Vol. 1
Artist: Kik Tracee
Label: Emp Label Group
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 711583529016
Genre: Rock, Heavy Metal

Limited colored vinyl LP pressing in a gatefold jacket. 2017 collection from the L.A.-based hard rockers containing b-sides, demos and rarities. These recordings are from the classic No Rules/Field Trip era, recorded prior to the band splitting up. These tracks have sat in a vault and are finally seeing the light of day for the first time in 25 years. The band was formed in a Los Angeles suburb in 1988. The band was sometimes accused of being a clone of Guns N' Roses. Others argue that the band's complexity and depth placed them on a higher level than the average band in Los Angeles. Despite their technical skill and musicianship, Kik Tracee is of the many third-wave glam metal bands in the early 1990s swept out of commercial visibility due to the popularity of the alternative music scene. Their sound has been described as being similar to L.A. Guns, Britny Fox and Faster Pussycat.

1.1 Cats in the Cradle (Demo)
1.2 Without Love (Demo)
1.3 Romeo Blues (Demo)
1.4 Big Western Sky (Demo)
1.5 Equal Opportunity (Demo)
1.6 Generation Express (Demo)
1.7 Strawberry Jam (Demo)
1.8 System Above (Demo)
1.9 Tangerine Man (Demo)
1.10 Bring Home Yesterday (Demo)
1.11 Don't Need Rules (Live Demo)
1.12 Shake the House (Demo)
1.13 You're So Strange (Live Acoustic)*
1.14 Lost (Live)
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