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Label: Fastball Music
Catalog Number: FB 11C586
|2.||Thousand Men Strong|
|4.||Forged in Hell's Fire|
|8.||Heading Down the Road|
|9.||Condemned To Fire|
|10.||Night of the Blade|
|11.||Heading Down the Road Japanese Bonus Track|
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|From: sobieski||Date: June 12, 2011 at 4:40|
|Finally the Blade is back! And this is an amazing album :-) My favourite tracks: Thousand Men Strong - Killing Rays - Forged in Hell's fire - Heading down the Road By the way, the guys are touring Europe, check their website for dates! www.tokyoblade.com|
|From: manontheedge||Date: June 12, 2011 at 18:20|
|Well after a long wait Tokyo Blade have finally got it together for a new release & true to form this is nothing like they have done before , thats not saying its bad , completely the opposite...10 blistering tracks to wet any metalheads appetite & new vocalist Nicolaj Ruhnow adds a whole new dimesion to that , this guy certainly has some pipes on him . My only very small gripe would be that i would have liked to have heard a ballad thrown in the mix , apart from that this album is a real grower and a welcome addition to any Blade fan....welcome back guys.|
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|From: Jez||Date: June 21, 2011 at 15:40|
|Long awaited return of the NWOBHM stalwarts and once again, a very good, strong disc with some great tunes. They never quite reached the heady heights of the Maiden's and Saxon's of this world, but boy, they can still bang a tune out like the rest of 'em. A nice surprise this one.|
|From: hair metal again||Date: November 29, 2011 at 1:53|
|a new one for TOKYO BLADE and i must say that this is a big disapointment for me.the new singer is a heavy metal vocalist with no talent and groove and the songs are very average.it reminds me of a bad heavy judas priest.what can you say ,i hope it will appear good to the rest of the old fans of TOKYO BLADE|
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