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HOT CHICKENS is certainly today the oldest Rockabilly Trio in France... The group was born in 1999. There are 6 studio albums in their discography. Usually 'Tribute' to their idols Gene Vincent, Little Richard, Johnny Burnette and Buddy Holly. But the 6th album is a new direction for the group. A mix of original compositions with more 60's and Blues Rock sounds. Unexpected covers with Rockabilly Old-School sauce for 'Take On Me' by A-Ha, 'L'hymne à l'Amour' by Piaf. A more Garage and Psycho direction with 'Surfin' Bird' and 'Unchained Melody' which usually close the concerts. And a faithful and very Rock'n'Roll cover of 'Repose Beethoven' (Eddy Mitchell).
HOT CHICKENS is certainly today the oldest Rockabilly Trio in France... The group was born in 1999. There are 6 studio albums in their discography. Usually 'Tribute' to their idols Gene Vincent, Little Richard, Johnny Burnette and Buddy Holly. But the 6th album is a new direction for the group. A mix of original compositions with more 60's and Blues Rock sounds. Unexpected covers with Rockabilly Old-School sauce for 'Take On Me' by A-Ha, 'L'hymne à l'Amour' by Piaf. A more Garage and Psycho direction with 'Surfin' Bird' and 'Unchained Melody' which usually close the concerts. And a faithful and very Rock'n'Roll cover of 'Repose Beethoven' (Eddy Mitchell).
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It's Time To Rock Again
Artist: Hot Chicken
Format: CD
New: Available $19.98
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DISC: 1

1. It Surely Ain't the Rolling Stones
2. Good Movies ; Rock'n'roll
3. L'hymne A L'amour
4. We Are a Rock'n'roll Trio
5. Surfin' Bird
6. It's Time to Rock Again !
7. Take on Me
8. Rocking at the Oxford Bar
9. F*#k You
10. Repose Beethoven
11. Let's Go on
12. Unchained Melody

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HOT CHICKENS is certainly today the oldest Rockabilly Trio in France... The group was born in 1999. There are 6 studio albums in their discography. Usually 'Tribute' to their idols Gene Vincent, Little Richard, Johnny Burnette and Buddy Holly. But the 6th album is a new direction for the group. A mix of original compositions with more 60's and Blues Rock sounds. Unexpected covers with Rockabilly Old-School sauce for 'Take On Me' by A-Ha, 'L'hymne à l'Amour' by Piaf. A more Garage and Psycho direction with 'Surfin' Bird' and 'Unchained Melody' which usually close the concerts. And a faithful and very Rock'n'Roll cover of 'Repose Beethoven' (Eddy Mitchell).
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