Letters To Cleo

Genres: Pop / Rock
Descriptive "tags": alternative rock female vocalists 90s pop alternative rock ska indie Powered by AudioScrobbler
Decades Active: 1990s
Links online: Official Homepage Wikipedia


The debut long-playing release by this Boston, Massachusetts, USA-based power pop band, 1993’s Aurora Glory Alice, caused an immediate impact, leading to a major label contract with Giant Records. They repackaged and re-released the album in October 1994, including the song ‘Here And Now’. This featured on the soundtrack to the syndicated television show Melrose Place, giving the band, originally featuring Kay Hanley (vocals), Scott Riebling (bass), Michael Eisenstein (guitar), Greg McKenna (guitar) and Stacy Jones (drums), its first mainstream exposure. However, the rushed release of Wholesale Meats And Fish failed to consolidate on the band’s initial breakthrough. It spent just one week in the Billboard charts in the summer of 1995. The whole experience left Hanley sceptical about the true impact of the single’s success. By the advent of a third album, 1997’s Go!, Giant had changed its name to Revolution Records and Letters To...

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