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Incidental Service

by The Radio Hour

Genre: Rock: “[S]uperior production..a quick lesson in simple-but-effective songwriting”-CMJ Music Magazine; “[C]ould really find its way to the top of the pops."-Illinois Entertainer; "A solid collection of AAA pop-rock gems."- Centerstage Chicago
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Under the Bridge
4:59 $0.99
2. Ordinary Year
1:15 $0.99
3. When I'm Sick and Need You
2:56 $0.99
4. Jan of Arc
3:50 $0.99
5. Both Alone Tonight
3:20 $0.99
6. Rollercoaster
4:01 $0.99
7. Radio Hour
3:30 $0.99
8. Granduncle
3:20 $0.99
9. Prelude to Your Entertainment
1:48 $0.99
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Album Notes
Genre: Analog Pop/Rock
Performed by The Radio Hour

“A solid collection of AAA pop-rock gems.” – Centerstage Chicago

“[A] celebration of solid pop songwriting. Something we should all toast, because God knows there’s not enough of it these days.” –

“[S]uperior production…a quick lesson in simple-but-effective songwriting” - CMJ Music Magazine

“[C]ould really find its way to the top of the pops. Hort is a fine songwriter, and the band grabs the material and runs with it.” - Illinois Entertainer

INCIDENTAL SERVICE is a collection tracks, largely from analog tape Chicago recording stints, clearly with an adult-album-alternative rock feel; some of these tracks are also from an early release “World’s Worst Antenna,” which been given new spark through REMASTERING and remixes, as well as favorite recording dates that resulted in singles to round out this album. The album was remastered by Grammy-Award winning Engineer, Blaise Barton, who has recorded artists ranging from Liz Phair and Bob Dylan.

Performed by THE RADIO HOUR:
Tim Hort – lead and background vocals, bass and guitars
Joe Griffin – guitars, background vocals
Rich Yeater – piano and keyboards
Andy Swindler - piano on Both Alone Tonight
Sean Burke – percussion

Written and produced by Tim Hort. Recorded and mixed by Paul Smith, John Postin, George Renner and Joe Griffin, except track 5, which was recorded and mixed by Blaise Barton. Original mastering by Trevor Sadler and remastering by Blaise Barton.

Additional lead guitar on track 1 with Ed Wisman, track 2 with Don Hammontree, track 3 with Larry Clyman, and classical guitar on track 7 with Richard Reeves; Drums with Matt Kern; Backing vocals on track 7 with Tamara Vendetta and track 2 with John Sabaduquia. All tracks under existing copyrights per initial release dates. All Rights reserved.

Cover art by Scott Jackson; Digital booklet design and layout by Jonah Shafer.

© 2005 & 2013 Tim Hort/ Setter and Spider Publishing. All Rights Reserved.



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