t r a c k x t r a c k
h a r r y h e s s - h a r e m s c a r e m
HAREM SCAREM - RUBBER
RELEASED IN JAPAN SEPTEMBER 29th.
RELEASED IN CANADA IN FEBRUARY 2000
It's Gotta Be
Probably the simplest song on the record. Basically 4 or 5 chords in total. It's very descriptive of the new sound. It's bare bones rock.
Is a uptempo kind of Cheap trick thing. People have called it just that.
Is a ballad. It's got a bit of an Eagles/country sound to it, dare I say!
More of an Eagles / southern rock kinda of feel. Stuck With You
Is the first single in Japan. It reminds me of old ELO. It's not necessarily sounding like that, but that's what it reminds me of. It always struck me as coming from something like that.
Is the biggest production number on the whole record and will actually be the first single here in Canada. That's more of a mid tempo number and the most production in terms of sounds and things like that going on.
Is the most uptempo song on the record. It has been described as a Cheap trick / Jellyfish type of thing.
Pete actually sung and wrote on this! That is something new for people to listen to.
Is different rhythmically than anything we have ever done. It has a different vibe to it completely -not only to anything on the record, but anything we have ever done before.
Is an uptempo song - one of the more aggressive songs on the record.
Is a ballad and is kind of a dark sounding ballad. Pretty big production number with lots of sounds and stuff.
The rest of the record is very major uptempo sounding - very happy record except for Everybody Else which is a darker sound.
That's the Japanese bonus track and is more along the lines of Headache and Pool Party. Just an uptempo rock song.