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Artist: Escape

Title: II

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Escape II Album Cover

 

Category: Melodic Hard Rock

Year: 1995

Label: Metal Enterprises (Germany)

Catalog Number: ME 572 CD

Personnel

Michael Achenbachz Vocals
Arno Kuttig Guitar
Boris Vo Guitar, Keyboards
Henrik Heide Bass
Robin Achenbach Drums

Tracks

1.  Almost Too Late  
2.  Go For A Heartache  
3.  Don't Think Twice  
4.  Now I'm Here  
5.  They Say  
6.  Going All The Way  
7.  Child Of Revolution  
8.  Hold On  
9.  Fear City  
10.  Don't Close Your Eyes  
11.  Time! No Money...  
12.  No Way For Hiding  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Japangea Date: June 1, 2007 at 12:04
Thanks for showing this cover here.This can be a very mysterious album by 2 reasons.One is : it really exists.The other is : That Metal Enterprises still existed until 1995.I have never ever seen this CD and I really do not believe I can see it with my eyes in future.Someone who has this CD,please say "this is not that good" as if someone says "it's great",I have to pain in my......

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: October 22, 2007 at 16:23
Very Good MHR/Melodic Metal, un muy trabajo de estos Escape 2 aos atras me hice con este trabajo y la verdad no decepcionaron buena produccion buenos cortes punto flojo el cantante aunque para estilos asi tampoco le queda mal, un Mega Rareza si lo tienes en buen estado sin saltos ni otros errores considerate afortunado.

From: Japangea Date: November 11, 2009 at 11:30
The name of the band was same.The label was same.But maybe this was almost the different band to the 1st one as 4/5 members were changed. I have to dig the demo tapes that they did before the 1st album to check they did some of songs from those early tapes onto this 2nd CD.


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