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Artist: Tokyo Blade

Title: Thousand Men Strong

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2011

Label: Fastball Music

Catalog Number: FB 11C586

Personnel

Andy Boulton Guitar
Andy Wrighton Bass
John Wiggins Guitar
Nicolaj Ruhnow Vocals
Steve Pierce Drums

Tracks

1.  Black Abyss  
2.  Thousand Men Strong  
3.  Lunch-Case  
4.  Forged in Hell's Fire  
5.  No Conclusion  
6.  The Ambush  
7.  Killing Rays  
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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Existing comments about this CD

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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