Straight To Video

Straight To Video

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RockPop
For fans of:Soul Asylum, Van Halen, Goo Goo Dolls, Bowling For Soup, Movie Soundtracks
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  1. Rush Hour
  2. Pretty in Pink
  3. Misery
  4. Miss Amanda Jones
  5. Anything Anything (I'll Give You)
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Description

“I wanted an unashamedly fun project that represented every element of the things I love, particularly what I grew up with and made me - ME! I wanted a huge melting pot of music, film, nostalgia and fun - with no apologies!”

For almost a decade as bassist for Nottingham power pop merchants TEENAGE CASKET COMPANY, whilst also being all round Hard Rock ‘gun for hire’ with the likes of THE BULLETBOYS, BLACK MOLLYS and even 90’s Pop Rockers LET LOOSE, Rob ‘Laney74’ Lane has now decided to take a sharp left turn and delve into his love of the Movie Soundtrack with a brand new EP titled, STRAIGHT TO VIDEO. Released on 1st April 2013 through TrashPit Records, the STRAIGHT TO VIDEO EP features Laney’s pick of favorite songs from film soundtracks of the past few decades, helped along with guest appearances from a whole host of artists spanning various musical genres.

“Long before I became obsessed with all things Hair Metal & Cock Rock, pretty much my entire music collection consisted of just Movie Soundtracks. Littered in those tapes were tunes, which to this day, are still some of my favorite songs ever! With STRAIGHT TO VIDEO, I get to put my own spin on them with the help of some good friends!”

Recorded at Sound Hub Studios, Derbyshire and produced by Joe Brown (James Warner Prophecies), the new EP boasts a guest list featuring the likes of Jaret Reddick (Bowling For Soup), Johnny Monaco (Enuff Z’Nuff / Almost Famous), Tory Stoffregen (The New Black 7 / Enuff Z’Nuff / Black Mollys), Richie Wermerling (Let Loose), Richie Hudson & Keef Identity (Kitty Hudson) and former TCC band mate Jamie Delerict (JD & The FDCs) along with a whole host of other great underground talent.

“I’ve always been a huge fan of albums like ‘Confessions’ by Dweezil Zappa or the first Golden Smog CD which just had these killer guest lists. I’ve also been incredibly lucky to know and work alongside some insanely talented people who‘ve made me feel humbled by agreeing to be part of a crazy idea like this!”

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Tracklist

1. Rush Hour

2. Pretty In Pink

3. Misery

4. Miss Amanda Jones

5. Anything, Anything (I'll Give You)

Rush Hour (Originally performed by Jane Wiedlin) Taken from the 1988 film 'License To Drive'

Lead Vocals – Becky Edwards

Backing Vocals – Jamie Delerict

Guitars – Daz Lawson

Guitar Solo – Johnny Monaco

Keyboards – Richie Wermerling

Bass – Rob Lane

Drums – Michael Richards

Pretty In Pink (Originally performed by The Psychedelic Furs) Taken from the 1986 film 'Pretty In Pink'

Lead Vocals – Richie Hudson

Backing Vocals – Keef Gibbs

Guitars – Craig Reynolds

Bass – Rob Lane

Drums – Michael Richards

Misery (Originally performed by Soul Asylum) Taken from the 2006 film 'Clerks 2'

Lead Vocals – Jaret Reddick

Guitars – Simon Clements / Rob Lane

Guitar Solo – Tory Stoffregen

Acoustic Guitar & Backing Vocals – Tom Wardle

Bass – Rob Lane

Drums – Michael Richards

Miss Amanda Jones (Originally performed by March Violets) Taken from the 1987 film 'Some Kind Of Wonderful'

Lead Vocals – Candice Lorraine

Guitars – Daz Lawson / Rob Lane

Bass – Rob Lane

Drums – Michael Richards

Anything, Anything (I'll Give You) (Originally performed by Dramarama) Taken from the 1988 film 'A Nightmare On Elm Street 4: The Dream Master

Lead Vocals / Guitars / Bass – Rob Lane

Backing Vocals – KC Duggan / Joe Brown

Outro Solo – Joe Brown

Drums – Michael Richards

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