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The American supergroup The Panic Channel released their first and only studio album (ONe) originally in 2006. It's a collaboration between the bands Skycyle and Jane's Addiction. As one of the most important names out of the Alternative rock scene the guys from Jane's Addiction gave the band a classic rock feeling. The rock 'n' roll creates the mood for the full-speed songs and the more quiet songs. The flat-out rocker "Teahouse of the Spirits" and the drudging "Bloody Mary" are two great songs which you can find on this album. The messages they put in the lyrics aren't that concrete, but you can feel the feelings of broken relationships. Vocalist Steve Isaacs joined the forces with three members of Jane's Addiction to form the The Panic Channel. They deliver pure rock n' roll through and through.
The American supergroup The Panic Channel released their first and only studio album (ONe) originally in 2006. It's a collaboration between the bands Skycyle and Jane's Addiction. As one of the most important names out of the Alternative rock scene the guys from Jane's Addiction gave the band a classic rock feeling. The rock 'n' roll creates the mood for the full-speed songs and the more quiet songs. The flat-out rocker "Teahouse of the Spirits" and the drudging "Bloody Mary" are two great songs which you can find on this album. The messages they put in the lyrics aren't that concrete, but you can feel the feelings of broken relationships. Vocalist Steve Isaacs joined the forces with three members of Jane's Addiction to form the The Panic Channel. They deliver pure rock n' roll through and through.
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Format: CD
Label: Music on CD
Rel. Date: 03/29/2024
UPC: 600753991374

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Artist: Panic Channel
Format: CD
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The American supergroup The Panic Channel released their first and only studio album (ONe) originally in 2006. It's a collaboration between the bands Skycyle and Jane's Addiction. As one of the most important names out of the Alternative rock scene the guys from Jane's Addiction gave the band a classic rock feeling. The rock 'n' roll creates the mood for the full-speed songs and the more quiet songs. The flat-out rocker "Teahouse of the Spirits" and the drudging "Bloody Mary" are two great songs which you can find on this album. The messages they put in the lyrics aren't that concrete, but you can feel the feelings of broken relationships. Vocalist Steve Isaacs joined the forces with three members of Jane's Addiction to form the The Panic Channel. They deliver pure rock n' roll through and through.
        
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