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Which is released on 2010-03-09 from record company Will I Am / Interscope / Party Rock / Cherrytree.
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Quick facts about Shots
There is more than one artist with this name 1) Shots was a short-lived new wave of british heavy metal band formed in 1978 by Bruce Dickinson and brothers Phil Siviter and Doug Siviter after Dickinson’s previous band Speed split up. Dickinson left the band in summer 1979 after being asked to join Samson. Full biography: Dickinson spotted an ad in Melody Maker with the caption “Singer wanted for recording project”. Since he had never been near a recording studio he replied immediately. He “wailed, wolfed, hollered and made noises” onto a tape and with it went a note that read; “By the way, if you think the singing’s crap, there’s some John Cleese stuff recorded on the other side you might find amusing.” They liked what they heard and Dickinson came down to the studio. The band was called “Shots” and were formed by two brothers, Phil and Doug Siviter. They were amazed by Dickinson’s vocal abilities and they started talking about what music they liked. “I started saying Ian Gillan, Ian Anderson, Arthur Brown, and Doug goes, ‘That’s it! Fucking Arthur Brown, man! Sometimes your voice is a dead ringer for Arthur! We’ve got to form a band.’ This guy’s got a studio and he wants to form a band with me! I was like ‘Yes’.” A song “Dracula” from this session can be heard as the closing track on The Best of Bruce Dickinson, disc two. According to Dickinson this song is very first thing he ever recorded at all. Learn more about Shots