To Destroy Your Boyfriends Confidence
If the status of contemporary rock n' roll has you missing your copies of Van Halen's 'Fair Warning', Roxy Music's 'For Your Pleasure', Black Sabbath's 'Sabotage', and Depeche Mode's 'Black Celebration', it appears there's once again reason for excitement. Spring of 2005 brings you Los Angeles, California's Chach, and the release of their debut enhanced EP, 'To Destroy Your Boyfriend's Confidence'. Make no mistake, this is a return to and a perversion of the soundtrack for the good times - ridin' in the backseat of your cool older brother's Chevelle, gettin' prepped for a date with the girl/boy known for delivering the goods on the first date, or waking up in the lawn of your neighbor's house wearing their son's pajamas. Produced by longtime collaborator Jeff MacDonald, mixed by Frank Gryner, ( A Perfect Circle, BT, the Crystal Method ), and mastered by Tom Baker at Precision Mastering, 'To Destroy Your Boyfriend's Confidence' sonically reassures you that the folks responsible for it's creation are living Rock N' Roll the way you've always wanted it to be - DANGEROUS, FUN, LOUD, AND SEXY. ChachMe.com.