Breaking Curfew is the fourth studio album by the Canadian rock band Red Rider, released in 1984. Album reached #137 on Billboard's 200 chart in 1984 assisted by the single "Young Thing, Wild Dreams (Rock Me)" which hit #44 on the Canadian charts and #71 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart. "Breaking Curfew" also hit #93 in Canada.
Released in 1968, The Birds, The Bees & The Monkees featured a trio of Top 40 hits, "Tapioca Tundra," the group's sixth million-selling single "Valleri" and the #1 "Daydream Believer." The set includes mono and stereo mixes of the original album on individual discs, each expanded with rare and unreleased tracks…
UFO guitarist and shred legend Vinnie Moore is getting back to his classic rock roots for his new band, Red Zone Rider. Moore is joined in RZR by vocalist/multi-instrumentalist Kelly Keeling and drummer Scot Coogan. Red Zone Rider is reminiscent of some of the great heavy bands of the early 1970's: Led Zeppelin, Mountain, Grand Funk Railroad, and Rainbow. Red Zone Rider (RZR) has captured the sound and the feeling of music that not only defined an era but became the template for all heavy rock styles since then.
A gold mining camp in the California foothills is besieged by a neighboring landowner intent on stealing their claims. A preacher rides into camp and uses all of his powers of persuasion to convince the landowner to give up his attacks on the miners.