Shy (2011)

This album was a long time coming and for a period, there was some back and forth over who would sing on it. In the end, it wasn’t Shy’s most used vocalist Tony »

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Reflections: The Anthology

So, why do have I to say in a few words why this god damn ‘music’ world sucks? Am I enforced to cry out this band should have been in the Melodic/Hard Rock ‘Hall »

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Sunset and Vine

This CD is quite simply a joy to listen to. From start to finish… this is a solid AOR masterpiece that any AOR fan can truly appreciate. The harmonies and melodies are spellbinding… »

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Unfinished Business

The album is brilliantly produced, with a ton of vocal harmonies laid over several layers of keyboards and guitars, all held together by a solid rhythm section. From the opening »

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Breakaway

After 12 years, UK AOR/melodic hard rockers return with a five track mini album. Includes two new studio tracks plus three newly recorded acoustic numbers from the ‘Excess »

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Live in Europe

Live In Europe as the title suggests is just that. It is the only live album available. It was recorded mostly in Tolouse France on the Excess All Areas Tour. The last third »

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Let the Hammer Fall

In 1999 Neat Metal released 3 Shy albums, made up of unreleased material. Some tracks were demos, others were new recordings of released tracks. Let the Hammer Fall is the »

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Regeneration

Regeneration is a collection of previously unreleased material / b sides / demos recorded material, and released on Neat Metal.

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Welcome to the Madhouse

Shy spent 1991 looking for a new vocalist. They saw a lot of vocalists and recruited John Francis , vocalist with the excellent “After Hours” band. The band briefly »

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Misspent Youth

It has not been an easy life for Shy. Having consistently delivered excellent records and toured the country for weeks on end, this Birmingham-based five piece have suffered »

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Excess All Areas

Shy’s third release would prove to be their over-the-top commercial masterpiece. Songs like “Emergency”, “Under Fire” and “Break Down the »

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Brave the Storm

Shy were one of the pioneers of the grassroots ‘return to melody’ movement in British rock after the grim-faced rifferama of the NWOBHM, and their experience is »

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Once Bitten, Twice….

The debut album, Once Bitten… Twice Shy was referred to in 1983 as perhaps the greatest English pomp rock album of all time” by Kerrang!’s Xavier Russell.

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