Hot Show

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Hot Show
Hot Show (Prozzäk album - cover art).jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedNovember 2, 1998 (Canada)
September, 1999 (United States)
Recorded1998
GenrePop
Length48:59
LabelSony
ProducerJeff Dalziel
James McCollum
Jason Levine
Lenny DeRose
Prozzäk chronology
Hot Show
(1998)
Saturday People
(2000)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic3/5 stars[1]

Hot Show is the debut studio album by the Canadian musical duo Prozzäk. The album was very successful in Canada, being certified Triple Platinum in the country.[2] Hot Show was also nominated for "Best Album" at the 2000 Juno Awards, while "Sucks to Be You" was nominated for "Best Single", and "Strange Disease" for "Best Video".[3][4] Between 1996 and 2016, Hot Show was among the top 60 best-selling albums by Canadian artists in Canada.[5]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Intro" – 0:08
  2. "Europa" – 3:30
  3. "Strange Disease" – 3:26
  4. "Omobolasire" – 3:41
  5. "Shag Tag (You're It!)" – 3:59
  6. "Hot Show" – 4:08
  7. "Mediterranean Lady" – 4:05
  8. "Wild Thing-Poor Boy (Medley)" – 2:49
  9. "Sucks to Be You" – 3:21
  10. "New York" – 4:07
  11. "I Like To Watch (Milo's Night Out)" – 3:01
  12. "Tsunami" – 3:46
  13. "Sleep With Myself" – 3:55
  14. "Anna-Lisa" – 3:56
  15. "Simon's Final Thought" – 1:15

Personnel[edit]

  • Jason Levine - vocals, strings, string arrangements, producer
  • James McCollum - strings, string arrangements, producer
  • Jon Levine - wurlitzer
  • Stephan Moccio - piano, keyboards
  • Lenny DeRose - mixing, engineer, producer
  • Jeff Dalziel - engineer, producer
  • Kenny Moran - assistant engineer
  • Blair Robb - programming
  • P. Letros - mastering
  • Amber Meredith - editing
  • Tanya Nagowski - production coordination
  • Chris Frazer Smith - management
  • Mike Roth - A&R
  • Scott Harder - illustrations

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ https://www.allmusic.com/album/r426205/review
  2. ^ "Gold/Platinum". Music Canada. Retrieved May 16, 2016.
  3. ^ LeBlanc, Larry (18 March 2000). "Artist Manager Smith Riding High". Billboard. Vol. 112 no. 12. p. 54. ISSN 0006-2510.
  4. ^ "SEARCH AWARDS". junoawards.ca. Retrieved September 9, 2018.
  5. ^ "NIELSEN MUSIC & BILLBOARD PRESENT CANADA 150 CHARTS" (PDF). bdsradio.com. Retrieved January 12, 2020.