Red Wedding (and my selection of this album for this particular week may or may not be related to the start of the new season of Game of Thrones) was a pretty obscure band even by Review Revue standards. It sounds like they had quite the reputation as a live band around L.A., but they only released a couple EPs before moving on to other things. Michael Ely and Spider Taylor, the couple at the core of the band, went on to release music as a duo under a few different names, the last of which was simply Michael and Spider. Sadly, Spider passed away a couple of years ago.
Up and Down the Aisle is available to stream in its entirety, which I highly recommend - as well as delving into the band's full story on Michael and Spider's web site , which provides much more detail and grit than any old Wikipedia entry.
"2.2 says fuck very clearly . . ."
"Solid new wave rock with good guitar work - try 'Sleeping on the Airplane.'"
"Good, well put together."
"I like!! Side one is solid."
"'Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte (sic)' . . . now that's a red wedding!"
"'All Dressed up' has 'fuck' 3 times quite audibly - questionable. [arrow pointing to first comment] Whoops, I guess someone already noticed."
It's always inspiring to see bands releasing new and interesting music thirty years into their careers. (I'll be honest and admit I haven't heard 2015's Stuff Like That There - I'll blame that on the fact that it was released one month before my son was born - but I'm just assuming it was new and...