Royal Crown Revue - Caught In The Act (LIVE) album download
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Royal Crown Revue (RCR) is a band formed in 1989 in Los Angeles, California The band was founded by Mark Stern, Eddie Nichols and Mando Dorame out of their love of Rockabilly, Punk, Jazz, Blues, Soul and other styles of roots music. Two of Stern's siblings, Jamie and Adam rounded out the group (Mark, Adam and another brother Shawn were members of the punk band Youth Brigade). After releasing their first album on BYO Records, the band signed with Warner Bros. and parted ways with the Stern brothers . Caught In The Act (Surfdog Records/WEA, 1997). The Contender (Warner Bros.
Overview (current section). Since 1991, they have released four studio albums and three live albums.
Artist: Royal Crown Revue. Album: Caught In The Act. Release year: 1997. Caught In The Act: Best 2 songs. Royal Crown Revue - Hot Rod 08:31. Royal Crown Revue - Hey Pachuco! 08:29. Royal Crown Revue: best 2 tracks. Royal Crown Revue - Port-Au-Prince (Travels With Betty Page) The Contender, 1998 05:12. Royal Crown Revue - Salt Peanuts The Contender, 1998 02:46. Artist: Royal Crown Revue.
1997's live album Caught in the Act generated the cult hit "Barflies at the Beach. The following year's The Contender featured the single "Zip Gun Bop (Reloaded). Walk On Fire, which appeared in 1999, featured the Revue's tightest presentation with vintage instruments including original "44" ribbon microphones. Tours of Japan and Australia were successful and the Royal Crown Revue celebrated by issuing the live effort Passport: Live In Australia in 2001.
Caught In The Act (LIVE) by Royal Crown Revue. Passport To Australia by Royal Crown Revue. 3. Spanky’s In The Kitchen. 4. Jumpin’ In G. 5. Stormy Weather.
Caught in the Act. Royal Crown Revue. Passport to Australia.
Caught In The Act Surfdog Records/WEA, 1997. The Contender Warner Bros Records, 1998. Walk On Fire Side One Dummy Records, 1999. From 1996 through 1998, the Royal Crown Revue was engaged in a lawsuit with the Amazing Royal Crowns after much confusion with promoters In accordance with a July 1998 settlement, the latter band changed its name to the Amazing Crowns; in exchange, the Revue agreed to drop the lawsuit The band was also sued by Royal Crown Cola, and won that suit Oddly, RC Cola later offered to sell RCR's CD through a series of marketing promotions Royal Crown Revue appeared as a question on the Jeopardy! game show with the reference answer being the RC Cola lawsuit. Notes and references.