Red, Hot And Heavy cd cover

Pretty Maids

Red, Hot And Heavy

Much more melodic than a lot of their followup albums, you can see they were concentrating on melodies. Ronnie Atkins has a 'love it or hate it' voice. Sometimes his growls seem out of place on the catchier songs, but right at home on the harder rocking tunes. --johnk5150

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Track Listing

  1. Fortuna Imperatix Mundi
  2. Back To Back
  3. Red, Hot and Heavy
  4. Waitin' For The Time
  5. Cold Killer
  6. Battle Of Pride
  7. Night Danger
  8. A Place In The Night
  9. Queen Of Dreams
  10. Little Darling

BAND MEMBERS & GUests

VOCALS: Ronnie Atkins
GUITAR: Ken Hammer
Rick Hanson
BASS: John Darrow
DRUMS: Phil Moorhead
KEYBOARDS: Alan Owen

RECORDING INFORMATION

LABEL: Epic
PRODUCED BY: Billy Cross
RELEASE YEAR: 1984
“Treasures in the jars of clay, let the light shine out of darkness; fallen down, but not destroyed. It's just another trial by fire.”