Sisters of Eve
\'Welcome 2am\' the title of Most Wanted's third CD, it is the time of day when your ears are ringing, your head is pounding, your body is drenched from hours of adrenalin pumping rock sweat and you are exhausted from the grind and yet, somebody still wants something from you. You give, and you give until you're at the edge of stardom, failure, temptation and excess, welcome to MOST WANTED! Most Wanted established it's roots through out the Mid West during the late 90s into the New Millennium at every beer soaked rock venue possible. Hailing from Detroit Michigan, the band has enjoyed a steady career as hard working rockers touring constantly, while releasing Four CDs and a DVD. Singer/Song Writer/Producer, Mark Hiser leads this dynamic group of bandits to new lands, with a tapestry of haunting vocals, fueled with the fury and the fire of desperation and desire. Hiser will take you deep into a mindful secret flight through a humble rocker existence. With song writing credits of over 70 original compositions, several modest radio singles and thousands of stage hours, the world traveling captain is well equipped for your journey! Greg Kerkes, a resemblance of Bohnam and Watt\'s, is nothing short of brilliant and timeless. The Kerkes legend lives at the very heart of Most Wanted. Hear who American music insiders want to replicate. Kerkes has logged the hours of ten drummers into area studios and recording sessions and maintains Most Wanted's rhythm. Phil Weiss, bassist of a lifetime is the drive train in the Most Wanted horsepower. A stage and studio native, Phil is no stranger to the mid-west\'s top concert venues and creates a mystic and powerful grove to the bands live performance. Phil is an exciting, entertaining and important element in the Most Wanted original rock arsenal! Together, Hiser, Kerkes and Weiss deliver High Octane Pearl Jam meets Cheap Trick Indie Rock. August 2008 \'Sisters of Eve\', Most Wanted\'s fourth original indie rock release hit the streets running. \'Sisters of Eve\' is a firey recording packed tight with melody\'s and explosive vocals. From the high powered Arena Anthem \'Still Running\' to the mystic black cauldrons of the title track \'Sisters of Eve\', this CD is the most qualitative punch in the face of by any rock band on planet earth in 2008. All 46 minutes of euphoric sound have purpose, meaning and value and is meant to be heard by all members of society. In 2005 the band signed with indie label Stone Alley Records and in February 2006 released Welcome 2am, a twelve-song power packed CD with plenty of guitars and drums for those in the industry needing a fix. A record inspired by many experiences, the songs \'Mountains\' and \'Win\' are powerful songs about perseverance while \'Contradictions\' was written in the reflection of 9/11/01. \'Inside My Head\' sails you through the middle of tempestuous situations avoiding the obvious devastation of a crash landing! While \'Welcome 2am\' is a driving rock recording bursting with love, hate, sin and redemption, and loaded with low-end, rock royalty vibration, vintage guitar riffs and soul fired lyrics. Prior to their arrival at Stone Alley, Most Wanted recorded two projects with Grammy Nominated Megawave Records. The debut CD titled "Most Wanted" was recorded and released in 1998. The single \'Can I See You\' charted radio play lists from California to New York, while Music supervisors in Hollywood retained the sexual taunt "Beautiful" and the love struggling ballad "Bringing Home The Rain" for movie soundtrack libraries. The follow up to "Most Wanted", "Tattoo Girls" was released in September of 2001. The singles \'In My Life\', \'Crazy Little Woman\' and \'Tattoo Girls\' made regional playlists and became college rock radio staples. With national radio play and regional distribution, the song "Tattoo Girls" quickly became a theme for a new generation of inking and body piercing young humans. MOST WANTED is the dynamic don't miss indie rock act of the year!
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