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Create an account with SongMeanings to post comments, submit lyrics, and more. Log in. Mixtapes Forums Lyrics Artists add Journals. Artists - R. White Hot is found on the album Don't Fight It. It pretty much sums up what we do around here all day.
Seemingly Identical Pressings with Very Different Sound Other record dealers may choose to ignore all this -- virtually none acknowledge the validity of the concept -- but we've embraced the idea and created a niche for ourselves, cataloguing and clarifying the remarkably wide variation in vinyl pressings that we encounter.
The idea might seem surprising to many, but there's no denying how different seemingly identical copies of the same record can sound when you actually sit down and listen to them. Some audiophiles are aware of this fact and prefer to do their own limited shootouts.
We've taken it to another level, devoting the kinds of resources that no single audiophile can hope to match.
Let's face it, most people have jobs. Playing records all day is our job. That kind of scale is key to the success of our approach. We find, clean, and play dozens, sometimes scores, of pressings of the same album, and we usually do shootouts of albums that we know from experience are well-recorded.
Since we've been doing this for a very long time, decades in fact, we have a sizable head start in terms of knowing which recordings, which pressings and which stamper numbers have the potential -- and it can never be anything more than that, a potential -- to achieve Sonic Greatness.
The winners of our shootouts we call Hot Stampers. It's as simple as that. We Get Letters You may enjoy reading our Testimonials section. Also in , the band, who had been nominated 11 times for Juno Awards , finally was awarded one for Group of the Year.
In the fall of , the band now a sextet released their sixth album, Victory Day , which contained the track "Big League", about the death of a young hockey player. The young man's father approached Cochrane on the day of a concert, mentioning that his son was a big fan of Red Rider's song "Boy Inside The Man". Cochrane asked the man if his son was going to be attending the concert and the man responded that his son had recently died in a car accident. Red Rider's final album, The Symphony Sessions , which was recorded on March 17 and 18, , and released in December , saw the band performing with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra , as Procol Harum had done seventeen years before.
The band broke up in early , shortly after the album was released. Cochrane embarked on a successful solo career, employing Webster and Sinnaeve as part of his backing band. The three- CD box set Ashes to Diamonds , which includes material by both Red Rider and Cochrane as a solo artist, was released in Cochrane, Greer, and Jones reunited as Red Rider in to play a benefit show after their s guitar tech, John Garrish, was mugged and stabbed to death in the Yorkville section of Toronto.
Since that time, Tom Cochrane and Red Rider have continued to tour annually, with Cochrane, Greer, and Jones being the mainstays of this revived version of the group. Keyboardist Webster was involved for a time between ; current members Davide Direnzo drums and Bill Bell guitar both joined in , though Bell dropped out for several years before rejoining. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Canadian band.White Hot Lyrics: Waiting by the shoreline / In Somalia for your reply / I need you to come see me / That's no lie / The guns are getting closer / The sweat pours like the dew / That fell from the.