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No Shelter

Cactus World News

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NO SHELTER (1989, re-released in 2004)

"Originally scheduled for release in 1989. It was decided by the record company not to release it. Due to that the band split. Finally released in 2003 by Red Coral. The waiting for ages has ended and it was worth. Superb album with ringing guitars and excellent harmonies. But it could not quite compete with Urban Beaches. No shelter is a bit more polished and produced and the rawness of the debut is sometimes missing.But after all these years it still sounded fresh. No Shelter really deserved to be published. My stand-out tracks are Taste of Mercury ,Say Goodbye and Volcano." "A second, more pop-oriented album was shelved after two singles failed to draw attention and was not released until much later. (Just for fun, play No Shelter's "Falling Sun" for that annoying collector who claims to own every rare ( U ) track.)"

Biography

Formed: Ireland

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s

The Irish band Cactus World News received a boost from one of their compatriots before they even recorded their first album. In 1985, the group sent a demo tape to Bono of U2 and he promptly brought the band into the studio to record their EP The Bridge. Formed in Dublin, Ireland, Cactus World News would've received comparisons to U2 even without Bono's connection with the group. Eoin McEvoy's moody, passionate vocals and Frank Kearns' soaring electric guitars were reminiscent of U2's early work,...
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No Shelter, Cactus World News
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: 2004

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