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Artist: Wrabit

Title: Tracks

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Category: AOR

Year: 1982

Label: MCA (Japan)

Catalog Number: MVCM-351

Personnel

Lou Nadeau lead vocals
John Albini guitar, vocals
Chris Brockway bass, vocals
Gerald O'Brien keyboards
Gary Mccracken drums

Tracks

1.  Run for Cover  
2.  Soldier of Fortune  
3.  I'll Never Run Away  
4.  See No Evil  
5.  Bare Knuckler  
6.  Don't Lose That Feeling  
7.  Unsung Hero  
8.  Don't Stop Me Now  
9.  There Was a Time  
10.  Castle in the Sky  

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From: Jez Date: August 26, 2002 at 10:30
The Second ,and probably their best cd. As with the first album, not a filler in sight and the songs were probably even stronger & slightly heavier. The opening 3 tracks are totally superb as is Castles In The Sky. Excellent playing - John Albini's guitars and a great production from Paul Gross.

From: AOR freaky Date: December 12, 2003 at 8:19
Indeed their best, and a good straight ahead AOR album. Not a classic one, but good for your collection.

From: rocketron Date: April 14, 2004 at 9:14
This is even better than the debut.It has a slightly heavier feel. Agree 'Castles In The Sky' is a killer track.

From: Rycheage Date: April 21, 2004 at 23:20
The music is superb AOR from a time when Canadian acts ruled supreme. Things kick off with all guns blazing on 'Run For Cover', with guitars and keyboards duelling all over the show. The epic 'Soldier Of Fortune' follows on in grand style, while other songs to show up include the brooding 'See No Evil', and the radio friendly 'Don't Lose That Feeling'. However the defining moment for me on this album is the eternal classic 'There Was A Time'. An absolute stunner of real class.

From: Albani Date: May 11, 2004 at 7:23
AOR classic. Masterpiece !!!

From: pompeius Date: November 28, 2005 at 2:49
After reading the above discussion, I have to agree that this isn't really AOR, per se. I think it has some BTO influences, and is really more hard rock with a few southern or pomp touches, like Ironhorse, Axe, or Lynx. The lighter songs might go into Stonebolt or LeRoux territory, which could be considered AOR I guess. I like it though. Do I remember hearing 'Pushin On' on the radio way back when? A good song!

From: bluemoon Date: September 17, 2006 at 18:48
I have been unable to locate this cd, and feel jealous and left out! I only know the track, 'Don't Stop Me Now', which I am of course crazy about, but do not have in my possession anymore (an ex stole my LP and then melted it down in a fire) and I have been pining for it ever since. The SONG, the album, NOT the ex! Sigh, BlueMoon

From: rick kerch vzla Date: February 11, 2007 at 12:02
Very good and decent aor album by this lot from Canada.I have the chance to see them live supporting this album in my country (Venezuela).They came here along with Harlequin (from Canada too)and The Joe Perry Project(from Aerosmith fame).By far their best!!!.

From: Real rock fan Date: December 8, 2008 at 16:00
Great band, this is their best album of the three that they released. Not sure which are my favourite tracks as I love them all. Think they should make a comeback if Lou Nadeau gives up his Tom Jones impersonations lol

From: Swazi Date: September 27, 2010 at 4:25
AWESOME ! Nuff said .. !

From: hair metal again Date: October 23, 2014 at 7:26
excellent release by WRABIT and i d say that they have a unique style here:classic hard rock,some pomp,some epic,a bit heavy,Tracks is a great release and the band offers a fine musicianship and good songs!Lou Nadeau s vocs are sensational and there is a certain quality in everything!'i ll never run away','soldier of fortune','bare knuckles' and 'dont stop me now' are the highlights of this recommended release back in 82


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