l (1)The year was 1987. Hair-sprayed, high-octane, hook-drenched hard rock ruled the radio.  It was also the year SHAKE CITY was born. SHAKE CITY’s formation owes a debt to Warrant. In Warrant’s young, hungry, club-blasting early days, talented singer named Adam Shore fronted them, but by the time Warrant started climbing the ladder of mainstream success, Adam was persona non-grata and Jani Lane had taken his place.

Cue guitarist Don E. Sachs, alerted to Shore’s powerful vocal prowess by a mutual friend. A meeting took place in Hollywood in late 1986; the two guys hit it off really well, and the band Hot Wheelz was born. Hot Wheelz eventually evolved into SHAKE CITY, a name chosen in part because of the group’s location on the earthquake-prone west coast. Rounding out SHAKE CITY’s roster was guitarist Michael Blair (who happened to be Erik Turner’s cousin), bassist Ray Bailey, and drummer Jaycee Cary. In 1992, at the tail end of the band’s all-too-short career, guitarist Ethan Gladstone from the band TAZ replaced Blair.

1. One Good Reason
2. Hot Love
3. Betty Blue
4. Get It While It’s Hot
5. Submarine
6. Little Lianne
7. Lust & Love
8. Psychedelic Ride
9. Sweet Dreams
10. Can’t Get Over You
11. Game of War (Written by Jani Lane)
12. Bad On Wheels

Adam Shore – Lead Vocals
Don E. Sachs – Guitar
Michael Blair – Guitar
Ethan Gladstone – Guitar
Ray Bailey – Bass
Jaycee Cary – Drums

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