» » FUSE - Fuse

Download FUSE - Fuse Flac

Download FUSE - Fuse Flac Performer: FUSE
Title: Fuse
Style: Hard Rock
Label: Epic
# Cat: BN 26502
Released: 1970
Country: US
FLAC album: 2531 mb
MP3 album: 1302 mb
Rating: 4.0
Genre: Rock


1Permanent Resident
Arranged By – FUSEWritten-By – Meyers, Sundberg
2Mystery Ship
Arranged By – FUSEWritten-By – Meyers, Sundberg
34/4 3/4
Arranged By – FUSEWritten-By – Meyers, Sundberg
4Sad Day
Arranged By – FUSEWritten-By – Nielsen
5In A Window
Arranged By – FUSEWritten By – Nielsen-SundbergWritten-By – Sundberg, Nielsen
6Show Me
Arranged By – FUSEWritten-By – Nielsen
7To Your Health
Arranged By – Chip Greenman, Craig Meyers, Rick Nielsen, Tom PetersonWritten-By – Nielsen
8Across The Skies
Arranged By – FUSEWritten By – Nielsen-SundbergWritten-By – Sundberg, Nielsen


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SICP 6160FUSE = ヒューズ FUSE = ヒューズ - Fuse = ヒューズ登場 ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)EpicSICP 6160Japan2019
BN 26502FUSE Fuse ‎(LP, Album)EpicBN 26502Europe1970
HF 9520FUSE Fuse ‎(CD, Album, RE, Unofficial)HFHF 9520Unknown
55018-2FUSE Fuse ‎(CD, Album, RE)Rewind 55018-2US2001
BN 26502FUSE Fuse ‎(LP, Album, RE)EpicBN 26502USUnknown


  • BassTom Peterson
  • Cover [Art]James Cook
  • DrumsChip Greenman
  • EngineerChris Hinshaw, Richard Dearborn
  • Lead GuitarCraig Meyers
  • Organ, Mellotron, GuitarRick Nielsen
  • Other [Equipment] – Ron, Jerry, And Magoo
  • Photography By [Back Cover]Dennis Goosma
  • ProducerJackie Mills
  • VocalsJoe Sundberg


Pre-Cheap Trick band.

All selections are BMI

® "Epic" Marca Reg. T. M. Printed in U.S.A.


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A variant 1 stamped): O T XSB151329 -/ A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B variant 1 stamped): O XSB151330-1D / T
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A variant 2 stamped): XSB151329-1D 7
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B variant 2 stamped): o XSB151330 1F 7
  • Rights Society: BMI


  • Manufactured By – Epic
  • Produced For – Wednesday's Child Productions



Fuse - Fuse. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Fuse is the debut rock album by Fuse, recorded in 1969 and released in January 1970. This is the only album the band released before they broke up, with members going on to form Cheap Trick and Silver Fox. Fuse was born in Rockford, in late 1968. A single was released on Ken Adamany's Smack Records label with the tunes Hound Dog and Crusin for Burgers. In 1969 an album was recorded with producer Jackie Mills, and released in January 1970. Fuse - Fuse 1969. To favorites 6 Download album. Listen album. Hard Rock Psychedelic Rock. Joe Sundberg - vocals Craig Myers - lead guitar Rick Nielsen - rhythm guitar, keybords Tom Petersson - bass Chip Greenman - drums. Songs in album Fuse - Fuse 1969. Fuse - Across The Skies. Fuse - Permanent Resident. Fuse - Show Me. I do not own the copyright to this recording so if it needs to be removed, I will remove it. If you like this album please buy it for the full is a game developed by Insomniac Games and published by Electronic Arts. Fuse, Glendale, California. Up late, up to date, uproarious. We stay up. Fuse represents the best of the young multicultural generation, celebrating diversity with provocati. Fuse EP by 90 Process, released 22 March 2019 1. Give Me Dat 2. Fuse 3. Le Phonk 4. Days Of The Sunset 90 Process blaze back onto Lobster Theremin with four slabs of pounding, galloping techno, acid and trance. All shot through the 90's spectrum, burned to a 90 min Panasonic CD-R, and slapped on the Nissan sound system for a cruise through the French suburbs. Squatting on police cars, Adidas trackies and burning kicks 'ere we go m8 . Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Fuse, 2016. Across the Skies, 04:35. Show Me, 04:17. To Your Health, 06:02. In a Window, 05:54. Mystery Ship, 03:23. Sad Day, 05:49. 1 The Grim ReapersFuse: Fuse made a little-known album for Epic at the end of the '60s, and is chiefly remembered for including two future members of Cheap Trick: Rick Nielsen and Tom Petersson. The album is an average, perhaps somewhat below average, late-'60s hard rock recording. It looks forward to some facets of '70s metal and art rock in its overwrought vocals, tandem hard rock guitar riffs, and classical-influenced keyboards. Light The Fuse by LTF, released 26 January 2015 1. Groove Habits 2. Can't Hide It 3. Whisper 4. Sun Shower 5. Supatravel 6. Get You Starting as a B-Boy back in the 90's, LTF aka Anton was raised on Funk and Hip-Hop music even if he didn't know the name for it back then. Later, artists like DJ Shadow, Beat Junkies, Cut Chemist, Z-Trip lead him to the turntablism culture

Comments: (1)
I've first heard about Fuse back in 1994 when I knew this guy who owned two Mellotrons (seriously!), and he stated how this album used Mellotron, and that none other than future Cheap Trick members Rick Nielsen and Tom Petersson were in this group. Well, I found an original LP for just $3 so I took a chance on it and I found it great! It's too bad it's usually regarded as little more than a Cheap Trick footnote, as it's a very good album in its own right, although you won't find much of a proto-Cheap Trick sound. What you really get here is heavy rock with soul/blues influence vocals with psychedelic and prog overtones. Lots of heavy guitar and organ, unfortunately the Mellotron was confined exclusively to "To Your Health". This was probably one of the first Mellotrons to make it on American soil, Rick Nielsen purchased one from England (at that time Mellotrons had yet to be commecially available in the States, the Chamberlin was the domestic equivalent, which predated the Mellotron, and Harry Chamberlin frowned at the thought of rock musicians using his machines, and I can go on about the Chamberlin's reliability issues, but that's another story). This album is full of intense energy and great playing, hard to believe that two of the members were just 17 at the time. The vocals do sound very American (they were American, after all), but they were also open about their love of the British scene, particularly the Yardbirds. I really can't compare the music of Fuse with other bands, but they were contemporaries of such bands as Steppenwolf, Grand Funk Railroad, and Led Zeppelin, but I guess Fuse couldn't compete with those guys (since those acts did have songs that received regular FM rock radio airplay, many still played to this day, and Fuse didn't). Nowadays the original LP is a minor collector's item. Really these guys deserved much greater attention. For those into the roots of metal (aka proto-metal) or simply late '60s/early '70s heavy rock, this comes highly recommended.