We have here at https://www.tradebit.com, a basically "Box Set" compilation of the first three GE albums .... 1988''s Global Warming, 1989''s Four Song EP. and 1990''s Immorally Moral.
The ''early phase'' of GE is of course quite different from the South Bay Punk / alternative/ pop garage band that would later emerge as a three piece with lead vocalist/guitarist Clark Hagins... and always on bass Rick Carmody.
The early portion years of GE are of course quite interesting indeed! GE was lead upfront by dynamic lead and rhythm Guitarist Phil Keegan. Keegan''s guitar sound was as much a trademark statement that ''marked'' GE as much or even more than Hagins'' Lead voice... of course other features in this little three piece were the powerhouse drumming of Hagins and solid bass from Carmody.
No band in history can sound like early GE ...and of course this is debatable or not depending on who you talk to. GE had a very hyper diverse knack for doing the undoable and treading waters routinely where few would dare. other bands around GE were often typical punk or metal bands of the 1980''s who dabbled in the tried and true. while GE explored vast art and took chances even if it meant not being liked or understood by a crowd. GE were too sloppy to be a Joe Satriani or Steve Morse blues jam band and they had too much tightness and power to be lumped in with the rest of the ''alternative rock'' packs. GE were not typical 80''s heavy metal as they never showed up to a gig well dressed...often G.e. showed up wearing flannels, jeans and t-shirts, but they weren''t exactly a standard "underground'' band either like those found at Sst or Sub Pop records. GE were a mystery enigma, almost impossible to categorize but always extremely entertaining live and on recording to those who ventured into that shaky twilight zone known as being ''a GE fan listener.''
In 1990 the little heavy psychedelic trio known as GE would split into two camps. Guitarist Phil Keegan who was fed up with the hurried nature of Clark Hagins went one way and Hagins and Carmody went another, but while they lasted in these early times, GE were one of the greatest and most innovative bands of their time!
THE GREENHOUSE EFFECT 1987, 88'' ;
PHIL KEEGAN LEAD AND WRYTHM GUITAR.
CLARK HAGGINS ; LEAD VOCALS, DRUMS
RICK "TED" CARMODY ; BASS .
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