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DIRECTOR/EDITOR/CINEMATOGRAPHY BY: CAINAN MARTENS
CONCEPT/ PRODUCER : JOHNNY "ROCKET" ADAMS
LABEL: SPLATTERHOUSE WRECKORDS
MUSIC PRODUCER: CURT NELSON
MIXED BY:NELSON AND FIELD AUDIO
MASTERED BY: ED BROOKS @ RFI MASTERING (SEATTLE, WASHINGTON)
The tragic story of Martin (Johnny "Rocket" Adams), a lovable yet gullible nerd, who finds his first love in the wrong place. In his first encounter with romance, his heart was won over then torn apart. the love of Martin's life, Veronica, (Sickgirl Angie) plays a dangerous game of romance ending in a unprecedented turn of events. Martin, backed only by his nerd brethren, (D.C.Wheeler, Billy Burns, and Lynn Sepeda) turns to a bottle and a hidden desire which will change him forever. "Hell hath no fury than a nerd scorned"- Cainan Martens
Hot Roddin' Romeos
From the opening title track "Booze Hounds" to a more thoughtful "Last Call Reprise," the new album by the Hot Roddin' Romeos is sure to fill your rock and roll addictions. Serious high end production abound on this album- but not in an overly slick way. Tight, clean and punchy, with growly Elvis lead vocals and thick guitars, with an almost Billy Gibbons blues sound at times.
This record sounds really really good, especially cranked up to 11 so your nosey noisy neighbors can hear every damn note! One pleasant surprise is the video single "Moonlight," which has solid doo woop backing vocals, honky tonk piano and a solid swing beat. Another unexpected track is the rockin' duet "Branded" featuring the over the top bluesy female vocal stylings of Queen Pirate (of The Back Alley Barbers) in a sassy call and response dialog with HRR's own Johnny Rocket.
My fave tracks are the thunderous "Hell Bound," upright bass laden "Over You," full on rockin' "Red Fury" and swampy thick "Voodoo Indian." But honestly, this album has a great track progression and is more than a few singles. You really have to listen to the whole thing from front to back to get the full range and talent of the Hot Roddin' Romeos. One of my favorite albums so far this year! - D.A. Sebasstian
Shot with a CANON 7D
Using Canon 50mm and Canon 70-300mm Lenses
Edited in Adobe Premier
Video SFX done in Adobe After Effects by: Travis Bond
Intro Music and Audio Post Production by: Marc Ecclefield
Lighting Provided by: Tim Haack, and Tara Riley
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