While living in Dublin they took their name from a gray barren street in the heart of the Liberties. Their debut album "A sonic holiday" was produced by Steve Lillywhite and featured Kirsty MacColl on backing vocals. Members: Emmaline Duffy-Fallon.
Engine Alley lends a wonderfully gentle quality to the traditional sound of Britpop (which was dominated by glammier rock as of 1993) - the band's vocal presence and overall sense of drama might prompt comparisons to Gene or Suede, but their sweet melodies, swelling strings, and general loveliness have more in common with the highly-composed and highly non-rock sound of the.
Engine Alley are a rock band from Kilkenny, Ireland, active since the 1990s. Their biggest success came in the early 90s, with many television appearances and successful singles. They have toured the UK, United States and Europe and continue to play live shows every year. The band was formed in 1989 in Dublin by brothers Canice (vocals/guitar) and Brian Kenealy (guitar), along with childhood friend Eamonn Byrne (bass).
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PLAY ALL. Engine Alley. Released by Universal Jul 2009 12 Tracks.
Irish band Engine Alley was formed in 1989 by Canice Kenealy (Vocals), Brian Kenealy (Guitar) and Eamonn Byrne (Bass). This core membership was augmented by a procession of other members, starting with drummer Emmaline Duffy-Fallon and Ken Rice (Keyboards/Violin) in 1991. Kirsty MacColl was one of several well-respected musicians to guest with the band. Signed by Mother Records, their debut album "A Sonic Holiday" won a Smithwicks, Hot Press award for Best Irish Album of 1992.
Engine Alley - Old Lovers In A Basement Flat 02:26. Engine Alley - Insignificance 04:29. Engine Alley - Diamond Jill And Crazy Jane 02:41. Engine Alley - Mrs. Winder 03:07. Engine Alley - Infamy 02:59. Engine Alley - Desperate Eyes 02:27. Shot in the Light - Engine Alley. Showroom - Engine Alley.
|2||Old Lovers In A Basement Flat||2:28|
|4||Song For Someone||3:47|
|8||Diamond Jill And Crazy Jane||2:42|
|11||Summertime Is Over||2:42|
|314-521 235-2||Engine Alley||Engine Alley (CD, Album)||Mother Records||314-521 235-2||Canada||1993|
|314-521 235-2||Engine Alley||Engine Alley (CD, Album)||Mother Records, Island Records||314-521 235-2||US||1994|