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Label: MCA Records
Catalog Number: MCAD-42208
|1.||Break Down The Walls|
|2.||Lies On The Run|
|4.||Life Is To Lonely|
|7.||Let Them Talk|
|8.||Eye Of The Storm|
|9.||I Hate To Sleep Alone|
|10.||Shannon You Lose|
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|From: WOLF||Date: November 6, 2003 at 5:33|
|Not bad CD. I bought it in 1991|
|From: Mike||Date: April 15, 2004 at 11:55|
|If you have Stone Fury - Break down the walls share it on Kazaa|
|From: koogles||Date: February 3, 2006 at 22:44|
|Some bands are worth seeking for individual albums- in the case of Stone Fury, a best-of does just fine. This is the only SF release you need. Wolf's voice is good, but some of the material (especially from Let Them Talk) is ill-suited for his Robert Plant-Mark Slaughter style/range. "Break Down the Walls" is first-rate and nothing on this CD can match it. (It peaked at no. 47 and spent 2 weeks on the Billboard rock charts in late Nov. 1984, for any stat-minded rocker keeping track at home.)|
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