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Артист: House Of Lords Название: Precious Metal Жанр: Hard Rock Год выхода: 2014 Label: Frontiers Records О музыке:
House of Lords is a Glam metal/AOR band from Los Angeles, California.
House of Lords was formed in 1987 by former Angel member and keyboardist Gregg Giuffria after his solo project Giuffria. After listening to demos -
originally intended for Giuffria's third record - a record deal with Gene Simmons' company Simmons Record was agreed upon, on Simmon's
condition that the band's name be changed (to House of Lords) and a new lead singer recruited. James Christian thus replaced David Glen Eisley,
after Christian was suggested by ex-Giuffria and Quiet Riot bassist Chuck Wright, after having worked together in L.A. Rocks.
House of Lords' eponymous debut was released in 1988, featuring a heavier sound than Giuffria with a lower keyboard mix. The album received
critical acclaim and the band toured with both Cheap Trick and the Scorpions in 1989.
The album featured one major hit, "I Wanna Be Loved" (Hot 100 No. 58). The Stan Bush penned "Love Don't Lie" was the second single but despite
MTV airplay, failed to chart. After touring, original guitarist Lanny Cordola left in 1990, replaced by ex Shark Island's Michael Guy.
Their next effort was 1990s Sahara and featured a list of guest musicians. Other notable contributions to the album came from Doug Aldrich, Rick
Nielsen, Chris Impellitteri, Mandy Meyer, David Glen Eisley, Robin Zander, Mike Tramp, Steve Plunkett and Ron Keel. Deliberately more
guitar-orientated than the debut, the album hit No. 120 on the charts and in the wake of the successful single "Can't Find My Way Home" (a Blind
Faith cover) was certified platinum in 1991. The single video also did well on Album Rock radio peaking at No. 10. The second single "Remember My
Name" was a bigger hit hitting No. 72 on the Hot 100 and a Top 5 regular on DIAL MTV. Soon after, bassist Chuck Wright and drummer Ken Mary left the
1992's release Demons Down, described by Christian as his favorite release, features Dennis Chick (guitars), ex Quiet Riot bassist Sean McNabb
and veteran Tommy Aldridge as well as Christian and Giuffria. The album spawned two singles, the title track and the ballad "What's Forever For"
. The band broke up in 1993 despite recording demos to shop for a new label.
After legal delays over the rights to the band name the group reformed in 2000, featuring an extended line up of Christian, Giuffria, Cordola, Guy,
Mary, and Wright, although Guy soon departed.
Two years later The Power and the Myth was finished but it was 2004 before it was released by Frontiers Records. The album marked the return of Chuck
Wright, Lanny Cordola and Ken Mary, but is the first not to feature Giuffria, who had left the project with keyboard work done by guests Derek
Sherinian, Allan Okuye, Sven Martin and Ricky Phillips. House of Lords contacted Jeff Kent to take over the writing of lyrics and melodies due to the
band's lowest scores since its inception. After Jeff Kent was finished, the band scored 96% on the 2006 CD World Upside Down with 10 of
Kent's Lyrical and melodic compositions, and 97% of the 2008 CD Come to My Kingdom with 13 of Kent's Lyrical and melodic compositions.
After a further reunion in 2005 for the Firefest festival in the UK, House of Lords released a new album, World Upside Down, adding songwriter Jeff
Kent/melody lyric writer and keyboardist, guitarist Jimi Bell, bassist Chris McCarvill, and drummer B.J. Zampa. Kent also played all the keyboard
parts on the 2005 Frontier Record release.
A live album Live in the UK was released in January 2007.
In 2008, the band released their sixth studio album Come to My Kingdom. The album featured the same line-up as World Upside Down, and was produced by
frontman James Christian and frequent collaborator Jeff Kent (who played bass prior to McCarvill's joining), who also co-wrote most all of the
album's vocal melodies and lyrics. Bassist Chris McCarvill left the band just before the CTMK release due to prior touring commitments with
Dokken. He was replaced by Matt McKenna who recorded bass for the band's next album Cartesian Dreams and performed on all the Come to My Kingdom
tour dates. The group embarked on a world tour of 39 cities throughout Europe, Brazil, and the United States, commencing between March–July 2008,
including main stage performances at Hard in Rio, Rocklahoma and the South Texas Rockfest festivals.
On September 18, 2009, the band's seventh studio album Cartesian Dreams was released. Although bass was recorded by Matt McKenna, Chris McCarvill
has rejoined the band following the recording and played bass on the supporting tour for the album in September–November 2009. Jeff Kent has produced
the album along with Christian, although this time around he didn't contribute any songwriting to the album.
On July 26, 2011, it was announced that the band will be releasing their eighth studio album Big Money on September 23, 2011, in Europe and September
27 in North America. The album was recorded with the same line-up as the 2008 album Come to My Kingdom, including returning bassist Chris McCarvill,
and will be promoted with a European tour in October 2011, the band's first tour since 2009.
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