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The Radio Hour (Remastered)

by The Radio Hour

'Artist & Repertoire Pick'- CMJ. 'Dreamlike musings, melancholy stories, masterful lyrics'- Chicagogigs.com. 'Edgar Allan Poe of Independent Rock'- BlabWorld. 'Dead-on Gothic'- Lollipop. Mixed by Grammy-Award winner Blaise Barton. Produced by Tim Hort.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Death By Water
3:38 $0.99
2. The Killer On the Kennedy
3:51 $0.99
3. Except for a Dead-On Girl
2:40 $0.99
4. Chemistry
5:04 $0.99
5. Body
6:51 $0.99
6. Missing from the Township
7:02 $0.99
7. The Walls That Remain
2:37 $0.99
8. Centrifugal
2:45 $0.99
9. Burbank, California
4:17 $0.99
10. Trephining
2:49 $0.99
11. What About Now?
3:49 $0.99
12. Four Ninety-One
1:27 $0.99
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Album Notes
Genre: Dark/psych, Adult-Album-Alternative and Rock

“The Radio Hour has a conviction all its own, still discovering the nature of pain and experience, measuring, years before judging.” - Lollipop Magazine

“Terrifically chilling” - Illinois Entertainer

“The Edgar Allan Poe of independent rock” – Blab World

“[A] mix of dreamlike musings and melancholy stories, dynamic guitars and masterful lyrics.... [W]hile obviously holding the lyrical and musical talent to write complex melodies and lyrics, Hort keeps things sparse, leaving enough room for the listener to delve deep into each word and note.” – Chicagogigs.com

“The style is dead-on gothic…’Chemistry’ is particularly noteworthy for its use of gentle piano, mortifying without being embarrassing (a feat only saints can usually achieve).

“Hort often half-swallows his words, softening the impact, while more strongly moving the blood. – Lollipop

“Vocalist/guitarist/songwriter/producer Tim Hort’s lyrics allude to murder, suicide, and the frustrations of surviving in these unspeakable times. Hort is a strong, emotional singer.’ - Illinois Entertainer

“superior production” - College Music Journal

Serious, confessional and dark in tone with a full production and a few scores to settle, THE RADIO HOUR – REMASTER is a surreal, pensive, gothic-influenced project. THE RADIO HOUR- REMASTER was received enthusiastically, and listeners found something personal in this album to warm up to. The album contains axes ground down; assailants, demons, greed, salvation, family-of-origin and angels are included with equanimity.

THE RADIO HOUR - REMASTER is a full-band, cello, fx, dark samples, edgy guitar, backmaskng, cello, grand piano..."you name it" rock recording, and the remastering process adds much in terms of expanding the original three-dimensional studio session quality. The album was recorded, mixed and remastered by Grammy-Award winner Blaise Barton (who has recorded artists ranging from Liz Phair to Bob Dylan). The album was produced by Tim Hort.

Performed by THE RADIO HOUR
Tim Hort – lead and background vocals, guitars and bass
Joe Griffin – guitar
Brett Giles - guitar
Jordan Macarus – lead guitar
Sean Burke – drums
Matthew Ulm - bass
Rich Yeater – keyboards



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