Los Angeles-based choice rockers Greta executed probably one of the most impressive mid-career adjustments of direction from the ’90s. Originally, the music group (vocalist/guitarist Paul Plagens, business lead guitarist Kyle Baer, bassist Josh Gordon, and drummer Scott Carneghi) got a grungy hard rock and roll edge with their music. Their debut, 1993’s No Biting, is definitely such as Alice in Stores or early Pearl Jam, with lyrics of the tenor that necessitated the discharge of the “clean” version from the Compact disc. Nevertheless, it didn’t feel just like the band’s center was really in the weighty rawk areas of No Biting; the tracks themselves appeared smothered from the inappropriately grungy creation. The music group regrouped and released their second recording, THAT IS Greta!, in 1995. Commensurate with the reintroduction implied from the name, the album is definitely a shiny and rocking power pop record made by Ed Stasium and highly recalls his use the Smithereens previously in the 10 years. A far more powerful and even more melodic group of tunes, THAT IS Greta! can be an tremendous improvement on the weak debut. Sadly, just like the debut, it captivated following to no industrial curiosity and Greta was silently fallen by Mercury Information. The group disbanded quickly thereafter.