Michael, Don, and Steve Kehr rose in the East Coastline in the mid-’80s, fronting Urgent, an record rock quintet who all released two LPs of discerning quality but small panache. Rounding out the group was bassist Klyph Dark, who caused Nikki Hype in Vendetta, and Yul Vaz on drums. The renowned luminaries Ian Hunter and Mick Ronson created and composed four music for Urgent’s debut, aptly christened Ensemble the First Rock. Considering the noisy rock pedigree from the workers, the disc amazingly resembled Canadian AOR (Honeymoon vacation Suite, Loverboy), and solid first one “Running Back again” briefly hoofed Radio. Two years afterwards, in 1987, Considering Out Loud made an appearance. Featuring three music Urgent co-wrote with Hunter and Ronson, the record sank such as a stone.