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Artist: Tobruk

Title: Recaptured

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Category: AOR

Year: 2001

Label: XS Records 2001

Catalog Number: PHMUKCD004

Personnel

Jem Davis keyboards
Mike Brown bass, guitar, vocals
Nigel Evans guitar, vocals
Mick Newman guitar
Eddie Fincher drums
Snake vocals

Tracks

1.  Rock My Way to You  
2.  Opening Night  
3.  Sinners Road  
4.  In Paradise  
5.  Colette  
6.  Looking at Love  
7.  Children  
8.  Wild on the Run Slow Version  
9.  Motel Love  
10.  Rage of Angels  
11.  The Show Must Go On  
12.  Rhapsody  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: joseph Date: June 11, 2002 at 16:38
the old and unreleased songs by tobruk, some without snake.my preferite song is children. the original cd has got also a video with the song break down

From: THE ROCKER Date: July 12, 2002 at 16:53
ESTA ES UNA RECOPILACION THE MAQUETAS,TODAS ELLAS ANTERIORES A SU PRIMER DISCO "WILD ON THE RUN"

From: TOBRUK Date: April 20, 2003 at 21:45
CHILDREN IS A WONDERFUL SONG

From: Rene Date: June 11, 2004 at 19:23
Great release by this band that was part of the more melodic NWOBHM movement. Nice to listen to all this demo tracks. Great stuff.

From: Chad Date: June 12, 2004 at 0:49
Not a bad album once you get to the Snake songs. 1-4 is with some gravel voiced singer that couldn't hold Snake's jock. Production is weak but the tunes are pretty solid. If you want to experience Tobruk, start with Wild on the Run and then their Pleasure and Pain. If you like 80's rock sometimes heavy on the synth. Tobruk is your band. Thin of a heavier and better Europe.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: August 2, 2010 at 21:34
These are demo songs or unreleased tracks by Tobruk..as you can notice they were more into a kind of raw Hard Rock with a vintage sound ala nwobhm but not being metal at all...got the point?...anyway, including Snake's voice sounded very plain at times and obviously he got better through the years of Tobruk's short but "wild" career!!!..."Rock My Way To You","In Paradise" and "Children" the 3 of them rock!,"Looking At Love" is a highlight,"Wild On The Run" is a slow version that really doesn't have the effect of the "fast and catchy" one they put on the record,"Motel Love" is a pretty cool track and "Rage Of Angels" is another goodie one...for curiosity or fans of the band (like myself) this is a must but for persons who are getting to know the band,is better to buy their "Wild On The Run" and "Pleasure & Pain" anthems..by the way,shamely,the vocalist Snake died years ago ...the album?.85/100


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