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War and Peace,"Light at the End of the Tunnel".
War And Peace - Light At The End Of The Tunnel (CD,2001,Pony Canyon,Japan w/OBI)
War And Peace - Light At The End Of The Tunnel (CD,2001,Pony Canyon,Japan w/OBI)

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War and Peace

Light at the End of the Tunnel

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2001

Label: Shrapnel Records

Catalog Number: SH 11472

Average Rating: 62 / 100 (4 ratings)


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Jeff Pilson vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards
James Kottak drums
John Norum guitar solo
Reb Beach guitar solo
Paul Gilbert guitar solo
John Levin guitar solo
Richie Kotzen guitar solo
1.  What Cost War  
2.  The Night You Walked Away  
3.  Wrong Place Wrong Time  
4.  Playing God Again  
5.  Solitary World  
6.  In the Dead of the Night  
7.  Sweet Release  
8.  End of the Tunnel  
9.  Stay on My Mind  
10.  Cast the Stone  

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From: Gar Date: October 6, 2003 at 15:13
This one is essentially a Jeff Pilson solo album. He plays just about everything on this except drums and guitar solos on certain tracks. This is a pretty fair release. The opening track "What Cost War" is pure metal, but most of the other songs aren't that heavy(or very memorable, for that matter). This is kind of a far cry from their pop metal "Time Capsule" album, but hardcore Jeff Pilson fans (you know you're out there) will want to check this out.

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From: Whiplash1972 Date: October 6, 2003 at 19:45
I really like this release.As Gar points out,this is basically a Jeff Pilson solo release,and that's ok.As one of the driving forces behind the Dokken sound for so many years,it's a given that you're gonna have some very "Dokkenish" tunes here."Playing God Again" would fit on just about any Dokken cd since Dysfunctional,and "Solitary World" is a lighter song that would fit in as well."What Cost War" and "The Night You Walked Away" are my faves here.If you like Dokken or Lynch Mob,pick this 1 up

From: z4roxx Date: July 3, 2007 at 15:09
This cd rocks!Good hard rock without any modernism,just solid and melodick...8,5/10!

From: Doug Date: September 27, 2018 at 18:06
With such an amazing line up, I finally got this CD. I was hoping it would be better, but am a bit disappointed.

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