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Category: Hard Rock
Label: LZ-Records (Germany)
Catalog Number: 800028
|1.||Ain't Got No Woman|
|3.||Games Of Loneliness|
|5.||Too Old To Rock|
|6.||You Are My Destiny|
|9.||I'm Gonna Make It Someday|
|11.||One Night Lover Bonus Track|
|12.||Bad Widow Live|
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|From: Scandinavia||Date: July 31, 2004 at 4:38|
|Rather good stuff here from the band that went on to become BONFIRE...Not as classy as BONFIRE though...|
|From: KSK1070||Date: July 31, 2004 at 13:27|
|Pre-Bonfire release two. As Scandinavia stated not as classy as Bonfire but then again what do you want from a pre-release demo. Still worth having in any Bonfire fans collection.|
|From: Metalmusicman||Date: January 3, 2007 at 15:43|
|The band is evolving from the 70's flavored rock sound of the debut towards the more 80's metal sound of Bonfire we know on this one. The only problem is that during the transistion they have not yet found those trademark hooks and melodies we will all come to love. Getting better, but not quite there. Still cool for fans.|
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