Samantha 7 cd cover

Samantha 7

Samantha 7

C.C Deville’s solo project trio, (formerly the Stepmothers) blaze through their eleven song debut in under thirty minutes. Tipping their hats to punk, glam and a lot of the 90’s sound along the way, Samantha 7 utilize simplistic riffs, heavy distortion and lots of overdubbed reverb-injected vocals. The effect is a fun, modern garage band sound more comparable to The Offspring and Greenday than Poison, but the tiny Poison influence and C.C.’s roots in a glam band will probably keep this cd from finding any popularity among the audience it’s geared towards. Maybe if it had been released to radio without any mention of C.C it might have had a chance, but I don’t suspect it will see any light under the shadow of Poison. --Scott

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Track Listing

  1. Framed
  2. Hanging Onto Jane
  3. I Wanna Be Famous
  4. Slave Laura
  5. Cover Girl
  6. Golden Days and Rain
  7. Good Day
  8. Bury Me
  9. Bonnie Bradley
  10. Seane Girl
  11. Hollywood & Vine

BAND MEMBERS & GUests

VOCALS: Cecil Deville
GUITAR: Cecil Deville
BASS: Krys Baratto
DRUMS: Francis Ruiz

RECORDING INFORMATION

LABEL: Portrait Records
PRODUCED BY: Jack Blades
RELEASE YEAR: 2000
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