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Category: Hard Rock
Label: LZ-Records (Germany)
Catalog Number: 800027
|2.||Queen Of The Town|
|3.||No Reason To Fight|
|5.||You Are Near|
|9.||On The Rocks|
|10.||Riding Away Bonus Track Single 1979|
|11.||Wintertale Bonus Track|
|12.||On The Rocks Bonus Track Demo|
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|From: KSK1070||Date: July 31, 2004 at 13:25|
|This is one of the pre-Bonfire releases. Rough production but any true Bonfire fans needs it in their collection.|
|From: Metalmusicman||Date: January 3, 2007 at 15:38|
|At first listen, it is hard to believe this is what would become Bonfire, but once your hear Claus Lessmann"s voice kick in, there no denying who it is. This is a far cry from the Bonfire sound you are used to, but once you accept it for what it is, you realize that there are some really good 70's rock tunes on here. More in the vein of early Scorpions or UFO then Bonfire. Pretty cool stuff. For fans only I think.|
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