Country of origin:
Type of music generally:
Most recent album, Vegas Heart (2000)
Writes mainly her own material, some songs are co-written.
Recommended first album:
Labyrinth is the only one ectophiles have heard
1991—Impact records, licensed to EMI Records—Europe: CDP 745015-2; UK: CDEMC 3614
Out of print
Kerri Anderson—vocals, guitars
Labyrinth is, at first sight, a fairly dull and ordinary mainstream rock album. The only tracks that really stand out are "I will disappear" and "Labyrinth"—I haven't yet heard anyone say they didn't like these songs. Their lyrics are moody and descriptive and the melodies almost haunting. Upon further listens, more tracks begin to make sense. The opening track, "Ghosts", tells the all too familiar lover leaves lover story in calm verses and a fiery chorus. "One day" is an idealistically coloured text in a graceful attempt at world music incorporated in a rock environment.
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