Frontiers Music Srl is pleased to present the new solo album from Chip Z’Nuff, Perfectly Imperfect. Chip is, of course, well known for being one of the co-founders of popular Chicago rock band Enuff Z’Nuff. The first single and video from the album, Heaven In A Bottle is out today, see the video at the bottom of the column.
The songs for Perfectly Imperfect were written by Chip, except for Heaven In A Bottle, which is an older track written with former Enuff Z’Nuff vocalist Donnie Vie and ‘Honaloochie Boogie, which is a Mott The Hoople cover. The album includes guest appearances from Joel Hoekstra (Whitesnake, Trans-Siberian Orchestra), Steven Adler (Adler’s Appetite, ex-Guns ‘N Roses), Daxx Nielsen (Cheap Trick) and Daniel Hill (Enuff Z’Nuff).
“All songs are written as I see the world through my rose-colored glasses. It’s my heroin letter to the new generation,” says Chip.
Perfectly Imperfect tracklist:

1. The Church
2. Welcome To The Party
3. Doctor (I’m Going Down Can You Save Me?)
4. Ordinary Man
5. Heaven In A Bottle
6. Roll On
7. I Still Hail You
8. 3 Way
9. Heroin
10. Honaloochie Boogie
Pre-order/save “Perfectly Imperfect” on CD/Digital here.
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Chip Z’Nuff is an American singer, songwriter, bassist, producer, and radio personality. Having founded the popular glam rock band Enuff Z’Nuff in 1984 in the illustrious city of Chicago, the band saw its self-titled major label debut released in the summer of 1989. Chip has released over twenty albums with Enuff Z’Nuff, as well as having toured with the likes of notorious rock acts such as Missing Persons, Steven Adler, Cheap Trick, Poison, The Tragically Hip, Foreigner, Alice Cooper, REO Speedwagon, Ace Frehley, and others. The Grammy-nominated artist has produced dozens of records throughout his robust career and had his music hailed by former late night television host David Letterman and the popular radio personality Howard Stern. In addition to writing, recording and touring with Enuff Z’Nuff, Chip also currently hosts The Monsters of Rock radio show on the Dash Radio Network playing the finest hits in hard rock and heavy metal to a collective audience of over 800,000. 

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2 Responses

  1. I never understood whatever it was EZ was or is trying to accomplish. I saw them in 1990 and walked out. They were drunk or high, babbling incoherently in between “songs”. The faux psychedelic thing was disingenuous at best, and I dig all kinds of rock. What a turn off. If you want to listen to a band from the 80s that does that style wonderfully, check out Plasticland. Much catchier and thoughtfully put together songs than EZ or Chips Ahoy or whoever he is. And no, I’m not a member of Plasticland.

    1. My biggest issue was is they are/were too Bealtles-esque while trying to be a glam band, I did not care for the combo, but to each their own.

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