Dreams of stardom didn’t become fact for Canadian quartet, Dirty Tempo. With gutsy vocalist Jeffrey Michael Bonds arranged to the power-driven accompaniment of guitarist/keyboardist Brian Harron, bassist Anthony Brian Greenham and drummer Troy Miller, the group appeared to be around the verge of breaking to the worldwide stage. Greenham experienced previously played acoustic guitar around the Annihilators’s 1989 recording, Alice In Hell. Documented in Burnaby, English Columbia, Dirty Rhythm’s debut recording, Hard LIKE A Rock and roll, was made by Loverboy guitarist Paul Dean. The very first single, “Hot’N’Cold didn’t sell, however, as well as the group disbanded.