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Hot Wire is the fourth studio album by English hard rock band Trapeze. Recorded with producer Neil Slaven at Island Studios, London and Lee Sound Studios, Birmingham, it was released in 1974 by Warner Bros. Hot Wire was the first Trapeze album recorded since the departure of Glenn Hughes in 1973 to join Deep Purple, and the first to feature his replacement Pete Wright, as well as second guitarist Rob Kendrick.
Style: Rockabilly, Surf, Novelty, Garage Rock. Date of release: 1963.
After the huge commercial success of Blow My Fuse, it would take Kix some three years to come up with Hot Wire - the band's fifth album and probably its most focussed record to date. Coming off the commercial triumphs of Blow My Fuse, on the surface, all was peachy keen in the Kix camp. Big problems, however, laid just ahead for the act. For one, the band's financial woes had been mounting for years. Even though they were coming off a platinum-selling release, the band was severely indebted to Atlantic; the album had not only failed to wipe out their.
Kix : Hot Wire,álbum, crítica, lista de pistas, mp3, letras. Data de lançamento 1991. Labels EastWest Records Warner Music Group Rhino Records. Estilo de MúsicaGlam Rock. Membros têm este álbum61.
David SimonExecutive Producer, Creator, Writer. Nina K-nobleExecutive Producer. Ed BurnsCo-Executive Producer, Writer. Karen L-thorsonProducer.