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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Spaced Out Monkey
Catalog Number: SPMCD011
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Dave Hill Vocals|
John Waterhouse Lead Guitar
Steve Brookes Guitar
Mike Thomas Bass
Paul Rosscrow Drums
|1. ||Still Worth Fighting For ||4:48|
|2. ||Everything Has Changed ||4:33|
|3. ||Visions Of The Future ||3:01|
|4. ||Tell Me What You're Looking For ||4:15|
|5. ||Stop The Fire ||5:36|
|6. ||Crazy Town ||4:12|
|7. ||Victim Of His Time ||4:25|
|8. ||Million Dollar Ride ||3:29|
|9. ||War Games ||4:37|
|10. ||Soldier Of Fortune ||4:11|
|11. ||Visions Of The Future II ||5:05|
|12. ||Sacred Heart ||4:41|
|13. ||Tell Me What You're Looking For keyboard mix bonus track ||4:13|
|14. ||War Games big organ mix bonus track ||4:38|
|15. ||Stop The Fire keyboard mix bonus track ||5:40|
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|Total Running Time:|| 67:24|
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|Heavy Harmonies Volunteer|
||Date: February 2, 2006 at 6:37|
|The heaviest record in the Demon catologue and not one I am completely blown away with. What is most noticable on this is the lack of Keys, which to me have always been an integral part of the bands sound - here they sound like just about anyone else doing this type of stuff. Material wise, this isn't their strongest set either. For me, definately the weakest of a fine catologue of work.
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