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Artist: Trouble

Title: Run To The Light

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Category: Heavy Metal

Year: 1987

Label: Metal Blade

Catalog Number: 3984-14051-2

Personnel

Eric Wagner vocals
Bruce Franklin guitars
Rick Wartell guitars
Ron Holzner bass
Dennis Lesh drums and percussion

Tracks

1.  The Misery Shows  
2.  Thinking of the Past  
3.  On Borrowed Time  
4.  Run to the Light  
5.  Peace of Mind  
6.  Born in a Prison  
7.  Tuesday's Child  
8.  The Beginning  

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From: e.t. amuleaghee Date: January 30, 2003 at 10:51
I really like this album. natural progression from "the skull". the production could've been better, but it kinda fits in with the overall doomy sound of the music. I would call it their most complex album. very dark. love the Moog sounds.

From: e.t.amuleaghee Date: March 4, 2003 at 8:38
first album with the misery shows saga. Eric Wagner was real good at tying in songs from other albums, using words and lines from other songs to kinda put it all together.

From: Impaler Date: February 28, 2004 at 13:21
"The Skull" and "Psalm 9" are my favorite Trouble albums but this one is also really good. 'Thinking Of The Past' and 'Run To The Light' are my favorite songs. The main "Christian" influence in the band-drummer Jeff Olson had departed so while the lyrics remained positive they were less spiritual. Still very heavy stuff but slightly more melodic than the first 2 albums.

From: hair metal again Date: September 7, 2011 at 0:57
good release by TROUBLE with their monsterous sound ,dark and heavy but i can see many 70 s influence too!this band has strong personality and its own way to express and i ve seen them live once and they were fantastic!i d like the songs to be more catchy at moments though.important band

From: elljam Date: May 4, 2012 at 6:10
Played this once & that was enough. Cliched 80's metal with wailing Banshee vocals & not a decent track . If you like some melody in your rock then avoid this.


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