Smoke and Mirrors CD

5.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

£10.00 £8.00

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Product Description

The Album:

Three years in the making, ‘Smoke and Mirrors’ showcases bigger and bolder sounds that have been building from the tenek studio. Each track having a common theme throughout, “Things are not what they seem…” – tenek. This album was designed to offer a variety for both listening audiences (live or on-air), as well as for global sync licensing opportunities. Taking things to a new level, the band enlisted the talents of additional musicians such as: Paul Jackson (bass player from the well-known 80’s British pop band T’Pau), Australian-based Sam Morrison (bass), Michael Steer (bass) and newly added band member Steve Clark (drums/vocals). Since tenek’s second album (‘On The Wire’ – 2010) the 2 recently released EPs (‘Another Day and ‘What Kind of Friend?) were successful tests of the the new direction the band has been taking their music.

For those who prefer digital format, the album is available from our BandCamp page!

© ℗ 2015 – Tenek / Alien Six Productions (UK), and Distortion Productions (North America)

Additional Musicians:

Steve Clark  – Drums on: 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 9 and 11

Michael Steer – Bass Guitar on 2 & 4

Paul Jackson – Bass Guitar on 11

Sam Morrison – Bass Guitar on 9


Everything Lost 4:28
Fear for Nothing 4:57
Another Day (Album Version) 5:23
What Kind of Friend? (Album Version) 4:51
Blue Man 5:15
Headlights 3:52
A New Foundation (Album Version) 4:34
Sunlight 4:56
Imitation of Life 4:14
Soloman 4:10
Smoke and Mirrors 4:34

3 reviews for Smoke and Mirrors CD

    5 out of 5


    What a plus to find someone who thinks through the issues

    5 out of 5


    i was a bit naughty and didn’t play the cd for a while after recieving it.
    What a gem. great songs from Pete and Geoff. and great production.
    this is now on repeat in my car
    For those who like powerful electronica music this is a must.

    5 out of 5


    just to add A New Foundation is a No1 waiting to happen

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