1 Whiskey & Women
2 Too Hot To Handle
3 Another Day
4 Mr. Right
5 Blue Jean Baby
6 Be Still My Heart (L.A. Cut)
7 Lost In Me Forever (L.A. Cut)
8 Concert Intro (Live)
9 Anchors Aweigh (Live)
10 Don't Play With My Head (Live)
11 See It Through (Live)
12 Never Let You Go (Live)
13 Sidewalk Seducer (Live)
14 Rhythm & Rhyme (Live)
From Indianapolis, Indianapolis | Release Date: February 18, 2011 | Catalog #: ER00016
Bobby Sisk - Lead Vocals
Eric 'Cruise' Saylors - Guitar
Tadd Wilson - Guitar
Erikk D. Lee - Bass
Scott Cole - Drums
“Route 66” Written by Mark Allen
WANTED burst onto the Indianapolis music scene in '89 with a blend of memorable hooks and in-your-face vocals. Sharing the stage with such talented local acts as Sweet F.A., Schoolboy Crush, Ma Kelley, Snakeskin Cowboy, Felony, and Nova Rex, WANTED became an instant Midwest favorite.
WANTED was made up of five very talented musicians from all over America.
Bobby Sisk, a multi-talented musician from Miami, Florida, began his musical career at age nine when he started out playing piano, guitar, and drums. At age 23, Bobby finally found himself in WANTED making a name for himself as a premier vocalist for an up and coming band.
Scott Cole, an experienced rock drummer, started at the age of 14 in Dayton, Ohio. Scott had quite a bit of experience being on the road and felt at home behind the drums.
Eric "Cruise" Saylors, one of the two guitarists, originally from Kokomo, Indiana, began playing at age 15. After playing in several different bands, Eric met guitarist Tadd Wilson, originally from Rochester, Indiana, and began to form WANTED. With Tadd's natural guitar ability and Eric's seasoned writing skills, they made a fantastic guitar duo.
Erikk D. Lee originally from Indianapolis, Indiana, started out playing the drums, but went on to play the bass at the age of 16. Erikk was responsible for pounding out the memorable low notes during their energetic live shows.
After meeting Bob McCutheon, a well-known manager of MCA Recording artist Sweet F.A., many things started to happen for the band. After a couple of months of hard work and preparation with their new manager, it was time to hit the road. Showcasing for various major record labels paid off when they were offered a label contract with Geffen Records.
Tom Zutaut and Vicky Hamilton, Geffen Executives, brought WANTED into Cherokee Studios in Hollywood, California to record "Be Still My Heart" and "Lost in Me Forever". Relationships between the record label and band management dissolved any hopes that WANTED would be signed.
This Eonian Records collection of WANTED songs includes some never before heard compositions, along with the obligatory fan favorites.