This Complete List Of Alias Albums And Songs presents the full discography of Alias studio albums. The band Alias was formed by former members of Heart Roger Fisher, (pictured above) Steve Fossen, and Mike Derosier who had actually formed Heart even before Ann and Nancy Wilson had joined the band. Along with the former Heart members, Alias was also formed by the great Canadian group Sheriff members vocalist Freddy Curci and guitarist Steve DeMarchi.
The band only released two studio albums which have been presented below in chronological order. We have also included all original release dates with each Alias album as well as all original album covers. Every Alias album listed below showcases the entire album tracklisting.
ALIAS STUDIO ALBUMS
Released June 18, 1990. The band’s debut album featured Freddy Curci on lead vocals and keyboards, Steve DeMarchi on guitars, Roger Fisher on guitars, Mike Derosier on drums and Steve Fossen on bass. For a while, this was a very highly sought out CD because it had been out of print foR a long time. It commanded very high prices on Amazon and eBay.
CD Track Listings:
- “Say What I Wanna Say” (F. Curci, S. DeMarchi) (4:45)
- “Haunted Heart” (F. Curci, S. DeMarchi, S. Diamond) (3:52)
- “Waiting for Love” (B. Walker, J. Paris) (4:38)
- “The Power” (F. Curci, S. DeMarchi) (4:26)
- “Heroes” (F. Curci, S. DeMarchi) (5:22)
- “What to Do” (F. Curci, S. DeMarchi) (4:18)
- “After All the Love Is Gone” (F. Curci, S. DeMarchi, R. Neigher, J. Paris) (4:17)
- “More Than Words Can Say” (F. Curci, S. DeMarchi) (3:54)
- “One More Chance” (R. Neigher, Fee Waybill, J. Dexter) (3:37)
- “True Emotion” (F. Curci, S. DeMarchi) (4:59)
- “Standing in the Darkness” (F. Curci, S. DeMarchi, D. DeMarchi) (4:34)
Never Say Never
Released March 3, 2009. The band’s second album had actually been recorded in 1992 but was never released because the sound of rock and roll was turned inside out by groups like Nirvana and all the other Seattle bands that pretty much put an end to the glam era for a while. Nonetheless, almost twenty years later the album was finally released in 2009. The album featured Freddy Curci on lead vocals, and keys, Steve DeMarchi on guitars, Denny DeMarchi and Robert O’Hearn on keys, Marco Mendoza on bass and Larry Aberman on drums.
CD Track Listings:
- “Woman Enough” (Curci, DeMarchi, Baker, Dei Cicchi) (4:31)
- “XTCOI” (Curci, DeMarchi, Baker, Dei Cicchi) (3:42)
- “How Much Longer Is Forever” (Curci, DeMarchi, Ribler) (4:10)
- “Give Me a Reason to Stay” (Diamond, Lorber) (4:36)
- “Wild Wild One” (Curci, DeMarchi, Meissner) (4:47)
- “Pleasure and Pain” (Baker, Dei Cicchi) (4:47)
- “The Warden” (Curci, DeMarchi, Baker, Dei Cicchi) (5:12)
- “Bare Necessity” (Curci, DeMarchi, Schwartz) (4:04)
- “All I Want Is You” (Harms) (5:03)
- “Call of the Wild” (Curci, DeMarchi, Burgess) (5:36)
- “Diamonds” (Curci, DeMarchi, Stewart, DeMarchi) (4:13)
- “Play Me a Song” (Curci, DeMarchi) (2:00)
- “We Want It All” (Curci, DeMarchi, Baker, Dei Cicchi) (5:23)
- “Perfect World” (Krikorian, Burtnick) (4:33)
- “Into the Fire” (Curci, DeMarchi) (4:37)
- “Who Do You Think You Are” (Curci, DeMarchi) (4:07)
- “When I’m with You” (Lanni) (3:46)
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