Producer – Grand Theft Audio (3). Sampler – Ralph Jezzard. Vocals – Chris McCormack (2), Jay Butler, Ritch Battersby. Written-By – Chris McCormack (2) (tracks: 10), Jay Butler (tracks: 1, 3, 5 to 10), Ralph Jezzard (tracks: 1 to 9), Ritch Battersby (tracks: 1 to 9). Notes. Japanese Release with Bonus Tracks. Grand Theft Audio (3). Blame Everyone (CD, Album). Blame Everyone (CD, Album, Promo).
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Blame Everyone Album.
Grand Theft Audio was a British rock band formed in London, England in 1998. It was signed to London-Sire Records in 1999 and produced their only album Blame Everyone in 2000 until the band split up in 2003 due to the record label being dissolved that year. It has a lineup of ex-3 Colours Red guitarist Chris McCormack, producer and bassist Ralph Jezzard, frontman; vocalist and ex-Real TV star Jay Butler and ex-The Wildhearts drummer Ritch Battersby.
Exclusively for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). Blame Everyone reminds me of nothing so much as Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine at their creative peak, updated for the 21st century with even louder guitars. Each and every track on this album is worth a listen.
It’s no Cream, Traffic or Bad Company, but Grand Theft Audio is a modern-day supergroup nonetheless. All its members come from formerly established bands in Britain. Bassist-keyboardist Ralph Jezzard and drummer Ritch Battersby worked with Wildhearts, which had several . hits in the mid-1990s; Jezzard also produced EMF’s Unbelievable, a gold-selling . No. 1 in 1991; guitarist Chris McCormack was part of 3 Colours Red, which had six Top 40 hits in England, and singer Jay Butler fronted Real TV, a popular. Butler and his band mates are particularly satisfied with their debut album, Blame Everyone, released Oct. 3 on London-Sire. The first single, Stoopid Ass, a gritty mixture of supercharged rock, hip-hop and electronica, is bursting onto alternative and rock radio stations.