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Artist: Moxy

Title: Self Destruction - The Best of Moxy

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Moxy Self Destruction - The Best of Moxy Album Cover Moxy Self Destruction - The Best of Moxy Album Cover

 

Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1994

Label: Pacemaker

Catalog Number: 0001

Personnel

Buzz Shearman vocals
Buddy Caine guitar
Earl Johnson guitar
Terry Juric bass
Bill Wade drums, percussion
Brian Maxim vocals
Kim Hunt drums, percussion

Greatest hits package dedicated to original vocalist Buzz Shearman, who was killed in a motorcycle accident in 1983. Feed the Fire is by the Buddy Caine Band, featuring Brian Maxim, who would front Moxy when they would later reform for a new recording.

Tracks

1.  Can't You See I'm a Star  3:20
2.  Out of the Darkness  4:57
3.  Sail On, Sail Away  4:52
4.  Fantasy  5:40
5.  Moon Rider  4:30
6.  'Cause There's Another  3:45
7.  Change in My Life  4:38
8.  Tryin' Just for You  4:30
9.  Wet Suit  4:54
10.  Nothing Comes Easy  4:15
11.  Sweet Reputation  4:00
12.  Ridin' High  4:09
13.  Trouble previously unreleased  3:52
14.  Feed the Fire  5:10
  
Total Running Time:  62:32

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Jennifer Date: May 15, 2001 at 18:19
Oh yeah! If you really want a good idea of what Moxy was all about during their peak, pick up this CD. It's full of great material and rocks all the way. Great 'hits' set!

From: RockDude Date: May 29, 2001 at 15:40
Really nice hits set featuring some classic songs. Moxy was one of Canada's finest rock bands ever, and this cements that statement. This CD highlights the band's best songs, and will give listeners a great view of what the band was all about at the peak of their career.

From: Mike Graham Date: August 5, 2001 at 13:53
Great set with classic Moxy tunes. "Feed The Fire" by the Buddy Caine band on this CD is awesome. Great CD.

From: Beevuss Date: September 16, 2002 at 20:14
Good "best of" set, but should have included a couple of tunes from "Under The Lights," as that one really WAS a good album. Also should have included at least one live track.


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