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Artist: Deeds

Title: Blown

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2002

Label: Knight Records

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Personnel

Pete Franklin lead vocals, guitar
Tony Newton bass
Dave Cavill drums
Richie Faulkner lead guitar

Tracks

1.  Fragments of a Man  
2.  Fire at Will  
3.  End of Days  
4.  Meet Your Maker  
5.  River Run Dry  
6.  Valley of the Kings  
7.  Loaded Gun  
8.  Blood Red Sky  
9.  Burning Away  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: T-BONE Date: January 27, 2003 at 2:58
Very well produced cd. Formerly known as Dirty Deeds and produced by Iron Maiden's Steve Harris. Great songwriting and excellant guitar work here. What would you expect from an Iron Maiden fledglings?

From: M. Allen Date: February 3, 2003 at 19:50
If you're a power metal fan, you'd better scrape together some cash and immediately get a copy of this CD. Formerly known as Dirty Deeds, the band may have shortened their name, but they certainly haven't shifted their sound and style. This is big, beefy, in-your-face power metal, complete with monster guitars, tons of crunch, and full-throttle choruses in the vein of Sinner, Unrest, and Primal Fear. If you like it hard and heavy, prepare to be blown away.

From: VINCE Date: February 28, 2003 at 17:19
two words describe these guys...CHEAP IMITATORS!!

From: Rycheage Date: June 15, 2003 at 1:48
Produced by Iron Maiden's Steve Harris, the album is essentially a NWOBHM influenced riff fest, in the vein of Saxon and Maiden and the great bands that came before them. The strong, gruff vocal and the hard guitar-riff attitude combined with the tight production mean that this album sounds heavy, yet remains melodic and will appeal to all fans of traditional British hard rock.

From: CC Date: July 20, 2010 at 8:12
just want to clarify something on the comments here. Steve Harris was the 'executive' producer on this, meaning he probably didnt have that much influence on the actual production. That honour actually goes to Doug Hall and the band. Credit where credit is due.


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