A classic rock and roll trio clearly influenced by ’70s glam and arena rock and roll (singer/songwriter Dave Richards sounds exactly like Marc Bolan and items of Cheap Technique, Kiss, Todd Rundgren, Boston, and a variety of other Radio mainstays appear on the two albums) but minus the nod along with a wink irony from the very similar Desire Overkill or Redd Kross, Philadelphia’s Tin Hearing is just about the most immediately accessible music group to indication to Kramer’s self-consciously unusual Shimmy Disk label. Richards was a previous account executive for the Philadelphia TV place when he previously a minor anxious breakdown and transferred to his mother’s plantation in rural Pa to recuperate. Whilst getting his mind together within the countryside (exactly like Visitors had back 1967 and Led Zeppelin acquired in 1971), Richards became re-acquainted using the ’60s and ’70s traditional rock and roll of his youngsters, which motivated him to get a guitar and begin writing and documenting songs. Richards documented every one of the instruments over the band’s 1993 debut, The Gospel of Tin Hearing, by himself, aside from the drums, that have been taken care of by Luke Astro and Matt Coogan. Following the album premiered, Richards shaped a touring edition of the music group with Coogan and bassist Ramone Sender. Exactly the same trio documented Tin Ear’s even more psychedelic and noisier second recording, Ballad of the Tin Band, that was among the last produces on Shimmy Disk. Nothing additional was heard about the music group following the label closed.