Phantom Blue - Built to Perform | Album Review
Just like how the 1990s produced hundreds of alternative bands signed to major labels that barely made a dent in radio, MTV, or Billboard, the 80s had their fair share of obscure and forgotten acts of might-have-beens. Those rock bands that straddled the line between the two decades often suffered the worst, coming in at the tail end of hair/glam rock dominance into the emergent alternative and college rock scene ready to explode. Phantom Blue is a perfect example of this interesting time, a band whose 1989 debut is more in line with 80s metal, while their 1993 follow-up (and last) record Built to Perform shows growth in multiple directions, incorporating the drop-d riffing of Soundgarden and Alice In Chains flawlessly with Guns 'n Roses licks and energy.
Songs In This Episode:
Intro - Better Off Dead
15:32 - Lied To Me
21:11 - Little Man
31:01 - My Misery
Outro - Time to Run
Support the podcast, join the DMO UNION at Patreon.
It is Free
Copyright © 2006-2022 Podbean.com