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Take a Ride by Zeus on Zeus Anthology Vol. 1 in season 2, episode 3.

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12 Monkeys: Take A Ride by Zeus

12 Monkeys season 2Zeus Anthology Vol 1 - smallIn 1976 Austin, Texas, local legends Zeus recorded the song “Take A Ride.” Forty years later, the band’s Rock n’ Roll anthem appears in Season 2, Episode 3 – “One Hundred Years” of the smash SyFy series, “12 Monkeys.” Catch the episode on 05.02.16, and experience Zeus on AmazoniTunes and/or Spotify.
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The Americans Are Stronger Than Before With Fervor Records

The Americans posterFX Network’s Cold War period drama The Americans chose 2 of Fervor’s vintage jams for episode 301. Stronger Than Before by Arroyo and I Will Follow You by Zeus will air on January 28th. Click Zeus and/or Arroyo to listen on Spotify.

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Teach Me by Zeus In Low Winter Sun (AMC)

Low-winter-sun-posterNew AMC crime drama Low Winter Sun, based on the British miniseries of the same name, features an authentic 1970’s cut from Fervor Records Vintage Masters artist, Zeus.

Always on the cutting-edge, Zeus began wearing make-up and rode the crest of the early Glam Rock wave into the 80’s Power Pop era, making a name for themselves in the Live Music Capital of the World, Austin, TX.Zeus Anthology 1

Reminiscent of classics T. Rex, Cheap Trick or Kiss, Zeus’ Teach Me delivers the stadium rock essence of leather pants and glitter.

Teach Me aired in episode 102 of the AMC show, on Aug 18th.  It is from the Fervor Records release Zeus Anthology Vol. 1  available on iTunes.

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Zeus Anthologies (1975-81) Available Now on Fervor Records

Late 70’s Glam Thread Into Total 80’s Power Pop

The Aielli brothers were at the core of Austin’s 1970’s Glam Rock group Zeus, which released a string of recordings from notable producers whose collective credits include Kiss, Queen, Joan Jett, and more. 

With A-list management from Tim Neese (Christopher Cross), then Peter Leeds (Blondie), Zeus and enjoyed regional airplay before entering the Australian airwaves with Sidney’s Fable Label. Always on the front line of trends, their sound shifted with the times, featuring more synths and bubble-gum motifs with the onslaught of 80’s Power Pop. 

This definitive collection, which spans 1975-81, follows the short period of time when a generation of rockers blossomed into a newfound identity.

Zeus Anthology Volume 1

Zeus Anthology Volume 2

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