Landslide: Is Hard Rock + Bad Reputation + More

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Track List

01 Landslide
02 I Had A Dream
03 Streets Cry Lonely Again
04 Spiked Heel Love
05 I Need You Baby
06 My Love Is Taken
07 Rad Chicks Dancing
08 Bad Reputation
09 Love Aint Pretty
10 Hands Up
11 I Dare You To Love Me
12 I Cant Remember
13 Lets Dance
14 Tommy No One Wants Your Roses
15 Accidental Suicide
16 Whisper
17 Gang Drinkin Brother
18 Kissin The Lips Of A Stranger
19 Full Blown Alcoholic
20 Whisper Acoustic Version

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  •  Is Hard Rock + Bad Reputation + More
Tracks 1-7: Is Hard Rock (1987)
Tracks 8-13: Bad Reputation (1989)
Tracks 14-20: Cassette Demos (1989-1991)
  • Description
Landslide Is:

Streek - Vocals
Keith QQik - Guitars
Haze - Bass
"Filthy Ritch" Petras - Drums
Thrills - Synths

In the late 80’s, Landslide became Denver Colorado’s top-drawing original act all the while generating quite a buzz due to exposure from radio airplay. Landslide was formed in 1987 in Denver Colorado; this was the same year they released their self-titled, self produced album entitled “Landslide Is Hard Rock” on cassette and vinyl. So lead singer Str33k, guitarist Keith Quick, drummer Filthy Ritch, and bassist Haze set their sights on conquering the Hard Rock music capital of the world (Los Angeles) ~ Keyboardist Phil Anderson was unable to make the move with the guys of Landslide.

Landslide set up camp in East Los Angeles and opted to keep the band a 4 piece by not replacing the Keyboardist position. The new version of Landslide was a more streetwise, leaner, and meaner; they were “hungry” and wanted to show that they could hang with the “Big Dogs” – and soon they would!
By 1989, Landslide was headlining and selling-out every major venue on the Sunset Strip (the Whisky A-Go-Go, Roxy Theatre, Gazzari’s, and the Troubadour). Momentum was carrying the band fast forward and interest in releasing a new album came in the form of UK label G.I. Records. The band quickly recorded and released “Bad Reputation” – quite possible the bands strongest album. Rave reviews spread across Europe and packed gigs followed. This brought about more major label interest and the band was able to record seven more tracks to showcase to all the interested A&R guys.

As success seemed right in the bands grasp and they were in reach of that golden mountaintop; there was a literal “Landslide” within the band…and it all came tumbling down. To this day, the band will just tell you that they broke up in 1991 due to “personal reasons” and “irreconcilable differences.” There is no interest in tarnishing a bands reputation – especially that of a band that did more in four short years than most of their contemporaries and counterparts did in a decade chasing that “golden ticket”.

Landslide is so pleased, thanks to FnA Records, to have the seven never-before released songs finally heard, in conjunction with the bands two vinyl/cassette releases, “Landslide Is Hard Rock” and “Bad Reputation”.
We (Landslide) would like to thank everyone throughout the years who have shown such love and support. Especially, we would like to thank our friends and families (too many to name), but you all know who you are. Thank You!!

This CD is dedicated to the memory of our dear friend/brother, Str33k; May your music live on forever – you are dearly missed.