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Catalog Number: ebon 34
|1.||The Chain and the Chalice|
|2.||Break the Chains|
|4.||Hungry for Blood|
|5.||Can't Stop Rockin'|
|9.||New York City|
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|From: rene||Date: September 20, 2005 at 14:14|
|Debut album and again with KIM HOOKER from TIGERTAILZ fame. Primative glam nwobhm but very cool songs and attitude. Cool cover too, specialy on vinyl, its bigger lol.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: February 17, 2012 at 19:06|
|This act reminded me of the band Demon(even vocally)when they did their melodic stuff but way lower in quality...this album is not as good as their second release "The Bastards Of Rock'N'Roll" which is richer in compositions..."Can't Stop Rockin'","Bronx Warrior" & "Abuser" were the highlights in here for me...75/100|
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