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Artist: Demon

Title: Breakout

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Category: Melodic Hard Rock

Year: 1987

Label: Spaced Out Monkey

Catalog Number: SPMCD007


Dave Hill Vocals
John Wright Drums, Percussion
Steve Watts Synths, Keyboards
John Waterhouse Guitars
Andy Dale Bass
Trent Valley High School Choir On 'England's Glory'


1.  Life On The Wire  5:40
2.  Hurricane  4:48
3.  Breakout  4:38
4.  Living In The Shadow  5:09
5.  England's Glory  3:38
6.  Standing In The Shadow  4:55
7.  Hollywood  4:58
8.  The Big Chance  5:37
9.  Through The Eyes  5:45
Total Running Time:  45:08

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From: Jez Date: February 2, 2006 at 6:15
This was voted in the top 100 rock albums of all time in Kerrang back in the 80's and whilst I wouldn't go quite that far, it is another strong album in their back catologue. Demon have always been noted for the strong Lyrical aspect to their music (The Plague, British Standard Approved especially) and this one carries on that tradition with 'England's Glory' & 'Through These Eyes'. Not their best, but definately worth checking out.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: April 13, 2006 at 12:03
Good Epic Melodic Hard Rock album, no es la gran cosa pero esta Ok como sus demas albums con ese toke epico que practican, le e dado varias vueltas al album y viendo esa puntuacion arriba de 9 me pongo a pensar? tan bueno es? para mi no pasa de un 7/10. bueno gustos son gustos pero mis exigencias son mas.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: April 10, 2011 at 18:03
Agree with my friend Rafo Phoenix and Jez...for me this album sounds like the type of music Uriah Heep did in mid 80's too...some British bands that mainly were Hard Rock/Metal did a change into a more mainstream direction(that included AOR too)and well Demon was not the exception...best shots are "Hurricane","Living In The Shadow","Standing In The Shadow"(this one strongly reminds me of Meat Loaf's type of songs ),"Big Chance"(excellent!)& "Finale"( an instrumental song that brings to memory the band Asia)...86/100

From: jan_vexel Date: October 24, 2011 at 13:38
What an overlooked band they are..... One of their best releases, great melodic metal/hard rock release, better than many well known bands of their era. ++++++

From: hair metal again Date: December 2, 2019 at 15:14
very good release for DEMON back in 87 ,having keys in a strong dose in their sound and with the production being truly excellent!the band seems in good condition and the songwriting is in a satisfying level with songs like "life on the wire","breakout","through these eyes"!very pomp hard rock indeed

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