Packed with some of their most memorable songs, including 'Valerie', 'The Falcon & The Iron Rain' and the tour de force title track, many of the songs on this album remain in THE TREAT's live set list to this day.
Featuring an ever increasing sonic palette, this time with Accordion, Mellotron, Vibratone and Glockenspiel among the featured instrumentation, alongside the more traditional guitars, bass, drums, keyboards and vocals you would expect from a rock band.
No wonder it's one of their most popular albums on download.
released October 1, 2012
Mike Hyder - Lead and Backing Vocals, Monk Chanting Vocals,
6 and 12 string Acoustic Guitars, 6 and 12 string Electric Guitars, Semi-Acoustic Guitar, Dobro Slide Guitar, Mellotron Keyboard (on ‘Lepers & Deities’), Mandolin, Harp, Handclaps, Percussion
Dom Lash - Electric Bass, Double Bass
Dave Hart - Timpani, Dumbek, Tablas, Glockenspiel, Vibratone, Accordion, Flute, Piano Keyboard (on 'Trust'), Hammond Keyboard (on 'SPT')
John Halliday - Drums, Percussion
Jeff Leach - Hammond B3 Organ on 'Trust' and 'Sparkle', Vox Continental on 'Headcase Baby'
Flora Curzon - Violin on ‘Lepers & Deities’
Lloyd Payne - Trumpet on ‘Little Treasures'
One of the best British rock groups to emerge in the 21st Century, THE TREAT take their primary inspiration from the golden period of 60s and 70s rock and popular music, but add their own modern, off kilter twist, for your listening pleasure.