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Album Review

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 so good they ended up being released as their debut self-titled album on a small local label. The record attracted the attention of Aquarius Records, and the band were signed to a national recording contract. Teaze relocated to Montreal where the debut album for the label, On the Loose was recorded and released in 1977 with producer George Lagios. The album featured ten songs mostly written by the band members that were mainly hard rock numbers except for one. The song "Sweet Misery" was a country & western-styled ballad that became a hit for the band. While the song attracted radio attention and made Teaze stars, it was not the kind of publicity the band wanted. They were a hard rock band and worked very hard on stage to live up to that reputation, but the song "Sweet Misery" gave the public the wrong impression of the sound. Another single "Gonna Have a Good Time Tonite," an Easybeats cover, was released but failed to match the success of their previous hit. The album would establish Teaze as one of Canada's top bands, and would lead to a successful world tour and a recording contract in the U.S.A. This reissue of the original album by Unidisc Records contains two bonus tracks, along with original artwork and digitally remastered sound.

Biography

Formed: 1975 in Windsor, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s

Ontario-based Teaze were more popular in Japan during a short tour in 1978 than the band's entire career in their native country. Formed in 1975 by Chuck Price, Mike Kozak, Mark Bradac and Brian Danter, Teaze only released one popular single in Canada, "Sweet Misery" in 1978. The group's albums include a self-titled debut in...
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  • $7.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal
  • Released: Jan 01, 1978

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