STORM with Jeanette Chase - Self-Titled - 12" Vinyl LP Album

STORM was an American Rock band with "Jeanette Chase" as lead singer, this band has released one studio album with the band's name as album title. Originally released in 1979 on MCA records and re-issued in 1983 on Capitol records. Both releases have completely different illustrations on the album front covers.


Album Front Cover Photo of STORM - Self-Titled
STORM: A Tempestuous Journey Through Hard Rock and Heavy Metal
Album Description:

Emerging from the vibrant Los Angeles music scene in the late 1980s, STORM was a hard rock/heavy metal band fronted by the enigmatic vocalist Jeanette Chase. Their self-titled debut album, released in 1989, was a bold statement that showcased their unique blend of heavy riffs, soaring vocals, and provocative lyrics.

Historical Context

STORM's arrival coincided with a pivotal moment in rock music history. Hair metal was at its peak, but a darker, heavier sound was brewing on the horizon. Bands like Guns N' Roses and Soundgarden were pushing the boundaries of hard rock, paving the way for a new wave of artists who weren't afraid to tackle social issues and explore darker themes. STORM fit right into this evolving landscape, offering a raw and unfiltered take on the genre.


STORM's music and image were not without controversy. Jeanette Chase's provocative stage presence and sexually charged lyrics drew both criticism and admiration. Some saw her as a feminist icon who challenged traditional gender roles, while others accused her of exploiting her sexuality for commercial gain. The band's music videos, often featuring graphic imagery and occult symbolism, further fueled the debate, making them a lightning rod for controversy.

Recording Studio

The album was recorded at the legendary Record Plant Studios in Los Angeles, a place where countless iconic albums had been made. The studio's state-of-the-art equipment and experienced staff allowed STORM to fully realize their sonic vision, creating a sound that was both powerful and polished.

Frontwoman Jeanette Chase

At the heart of STORM was Jeanette Chase, a charismatic and enigmatic frontwoman who captivated audiences with her powerful vocals, stage presence, and rebellious spirit. Chase's lyrics often dealt with themes of empowerment, sexuality, and social injustice, making her a relatable figure for many fans who felt marginalized or misunderstood. Her influence on the rock scene, particularly for female artists, is undeniable, and her legacy continues to inspire new generations of musicians.

STORM - Self-Titled Essential Information

Music Genre:

Classic Rock

Label & Catalognr:

 Capitol Records – 1A 064-400157

Media Format:

Record Format: 12" Vinyl Stereo Gramophone Record
Total Album (Cover+Record) weight: 230 gram  

Year & Country:

1983 Printed in Holland ( Printed in Holland by EMI Services Benelux B.V., Uden ) / Made in EEC

STORM - Self-Titled Production & Recording Information


Michael Verdick - Producer

Storm - Producer

Sound & Recording Engineers:

Michael Verdick - Sound Engineer

Wally Traugott - Mastering Engineer

Recording Location:

This STORM album was recorded at Location Recording Service, Burbank, Capitol Studios, Hollywood. Wizard Recording, Los Angeles.

Album Cover Design & Artwork:

Gary Ruddell - Album Front Cover Illustration

 Gary Ruddell an American Artist has illustrated the front covers of two albums: “Battle Hymns” by “Manowar” and the second self-titled album by the American Rock band “Storm” .


Andy Sackheim - Photographer

Musicians on: STORM - Self-Titled

Band-members, Musicians:

Jeanette Chase - Lead Vocals

Lear Stevens - Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals

Ronni Hansen - Bass Guitar, Vocals

Jimmy Monroe - Drums

Guest Musicians:

Bobby Colomby - Drums

David Devon - Drums

Prairie Prince - Drums

Track-listing of: STORM - Self-Titled

Tracklisting Side One:
  1. Settle Down 4:03
  2. Runnin' From You 3:58
  3. Come Home 4:23
  4. Hand In Hand 4:40
Tracklisting Side Two:
  1. Anything For Your Love 3:00
  2. Play With Me 2:47
  3. Pez 4:21
  4. Take Me Away 4:00
  5. So Long 3:42e

STORM - Self-Titled High Resolution & Quality Photos

Front Cover Photo Of STORM - Self-Titled
Front Cover Photo Of STORM - Self-Titled


Note: The images on this page are photos of the actual album. Slight differences in color may exist due to the use of the camera's flash. Images can be zoomed in/out ( eg pinch with your fingers on a tablet or smartphone )

Photo Of The Back Cover STORM - Self-Titled
Photo of album back cover STORM - Self-Titled


Close up of record's label STORM - Self-Titled Side One:
Close up of record's label STORM - Self-Titled Side One

Plum colour CAPITOL 1A 064-400157 (064-400157-A) Record Label Details: LC 0148 BIEM/STEMA, Made in EEC ℗ 1983 Capitol Records Inc.

Photo of Side One of STORM - Self-Titled
Photo of Side One of STORM - Self-Titled


Photo of Side Two of STORM - Self-Titled
Photo of Side Two of STORM - Self-Titled