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White Sister – White Sister


Rick Chadock (guitar, backing vocals)
Dennis Churchill (vocals, bass)
Richard Wright (drums)
Garri Brandon (vocals, drums)

Produced by: Gregg Giuffria
Engineered by: Steve MacMillan
Mixed by : Michael Wagener
Digitally Remastered by: tbd

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Special Deluxe Collector’s Edition. Fully remastered sound shaped from 24 BIT digital technology. 12 page full colour booklet – 3,500 word essay, enhanced artwork, rare photos and new interview with producer Gregg Giuffria. The flamboyant pomp rock movement of the late 1970s influenced a number of acts who took up that particular musical mantle during the following decade. Groups such as Giuffria, House Of Lords, Shooting Star and Spys were undoubtedly the frontrunner’s but following close behind and, arguably the greatest of them all, were Los Angeles based four-piece unit White Sister. Originally formed in 1980, and playing all the appropriately hip and happening clubs in the city, they eventually secured a record contract with the expanding EMI America label, a newly formed Capitol Records sister company. A chance meeting in a gas station with former Angel keyboard maestro Gregg Giuffria paid handsome dividends when Gregg, smitten by the band’s music, agreed to produce their debut album which was released in 1984. Exploding with all the melodic goodness that you would expect from a fine pomp record, the emphasis was on great songs and even greater musicianship, allowing the tracks to cruise along on a rough hewn carpet of muscle and melody. Described at the time by the band as ‘Orchestrated Metal’, songs such as ‘Promises’, ‘Walk Away’ and ‘Don’t Say You’re Mine’ are some of the very best in this genre. Pay special attention to the band’s cover of the now legendary, unreleased, Angel track ‘Whips’, a finer pomp rock epic you couldn’t wish to hear.”

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