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Artist: Prism

Title: Best Of Prism

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Category: AOR

Year: 1996

Label: Renaissance

Catalog Number: RMED 00113

Personnel

Ron Tabak Vocals
Darcy Vocals
Henry Small Vocals, Guitar
Lindsay Mitchell Guitar, Bass
Allen Harlow Drums
Ab Bryant Bass
John Hall Keyboards
Rocket Norton Drums
Rodney Higgs Drums
Tom Lavin Guitar
Andy Lorimer Keyboards

Tracks

1.  Good To Be Back  3:10
2.  Dont Let Him Know  3:10
3.  American Music  3:32
4.  Party Line  3:23
5.  Cover Girl  2:55
6.  Armageddon  7:46
7.  See Forever Eyes  5:10
8.  Spaceship Superstar  4:08
9.  You Walked Away Again  3:39
10.  Virginia  3:58
11.  Mirror Man  5:31
12.  Satellite  3:26
13.  Turn On Your Radar  3:14
14.  Night To Remember  5:53
15.  Flyin  4:35
16.  Young And Restless  3:28
17.  Take Me To The Kaptin  3:58
  
Total Running Time:  70:56

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Existing comments about this CD

From: koogles Date: June 16, 2004 at 10:50
Good overview of what Prism was all about. This was released in more or less the same fashion earlier as "Over 60 Minutes with... Prism". Where this CD features "Party Line", "Satellite" and "Turn on Your Radar", "Over 60" had the ballad, "It's Over", the April Wine-ish "Open Soul Surgery" and the Styx-sounding "Take Me Away".

From: Blaine Date: October 7, 2004 at 23:16
Actually, this is "Over 60 Minutes With Prism"! These guys played at Mulhern's Pub here in Vancouver, which is not far from my house. Rocket Norton recently retired from the band. Ron Tabak died from head injuries he suffered while riding his bicycle along the 2700-block of Kingsway, Vancouver, in front of Purdy's Chocolates which is just a short distance from my house on December 25, 1984.

From: juan carlos Date: February 4, 2010 at 20:47
Very good BEST OF, really recommended if you have anything about PRISM, my fave tracks? well, in this case it`s worth that You buy this one and judge by yourself. 8.8/10


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