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Label: Meldac Records (Japan)
Catalog Number: MECI-25034
|1.||Overture (What You Believe In)|
|3.||Clash Of Culture|
|5.||Ignition (Blast Off!)|
|8.||We Have Got To Live Together|
|9.||Searching For The Light|
|11.||With These Eyes|
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|From: Jez||Date: April 6, 2005 at 5:28|
|An album that was highly recommended to me, so managed to track a copy down ,although it was not easy. Listened to it a good few times, then immediately sold it again. Absolutely nothing to recommend about this one - completely hopeless. No good songs or hooks, and a very average band in general. A real dissapointment at the time, but made some good money on it, so wasn't a complete waste. AVOID.|
|From: Delbert||Date: May 16, 2014 at 13:18|
|This was labelled as the "American hard rock super group in some of the rock magazines......Big names of the American rock scene reportedly joined together in this mysterious project to produce a thrilling "power of real hard rock!". The only evidence produced was a small photo with the line-up. Needless to say all the musicians wore sunglasses so no one could tell for sure who they were. The album became a subject of much controversy. 'Red Rose', one of the best ballads ever written in hard rock, became a hit in Japan. Unfortunately, the album remained virtually unknown outside the country.|
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