'Whip-smart rock. 'Get What You Came For' is one of the best unheralded Irish albums of the past several years' -Tony Clayton Lea - Irish Times 2009
Dave Fanning (2FM) 'it's a perfect album. It should be on any music station day OR night'
'Potent. A heavyweight collection of dramatic songs as striking and individual as anything out there. ' - Daily Telegraph London (Neil McCormack)
In 2008 Dublin artist Theo Red released the album 'Get What You Came For'. The record was produced by Peter Eades (Thin Lizzy, The Four of Us, Christy Moore). Soon after it's release the album received an award from the Malibu music awards in Los Angeles (Universal publishing) for best alternative rock song and was selected by Setanta Sports who used the second single 'Screw' as the official theme music of their Formula 1 season in 2009.
Leading Irish music publication Hot Press also voted it album of the fortnight. Other plaudits include an honorary award from the great American song competition for 'This is not an Emergency'
Recently Theo Red became the first artist to use Stealth video technology for a music video in Ireland. Produced by Mes Entertainments productions in conjunction with Hi -Res Lighting, the video was shot against a massive 100 foot video wall backdrop displaying a montage of graphics. Traditionally used for live concerts (Muse, Madonna) this is the first time this technology has been used in Ireland for a video shoot. 2010 will see Theo Red tour in Ireland, France and Italy