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Artist: Vagabond

Title: Vagabond

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Vagabond Vagabond Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1994

Label: Victor (Japan)

Catalog Number: VICP-5461


Jorn Lande Vocal
Ronni Le Tekro Guitar
Morty Black Bass
Dag Stokke Keyboards
Steinar Krokstad Drums


1.  Thunderblunder  4:01
2.  Key To The Rainbow  5:20
3.  Do You Like It?  5:03
4.  Gold In The Air  8:27
5.  I Believe In Wonders  4:17
6.  Silent Woman Sheila  4:30
7.  Automatic  4:31
8.  Let Go, Let Go  3:35
9.  Mrs. Hippie Blues  5:20
10.  We Bring The Sun To You  4:15
11.  Better Ask Yourself  4:33
12.  Kick Big Pigs  7:13
13.  Everybody's Healing  4:40
Total Running Time:  65:45

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Geoff Date: March 21, 2007 at 22:19
How half of TNT and Jorn lande could actually create something so terrifyingly awful is beyond me. These are some of the best names in the entire genre, but this album is dreadful. Both Vagabond albums should be outcast and wiped from history. I wouldn't dare venture out far enough to try and label this stlye of music either. Don't expect anything like TNT or Jorn's other projects. This is just pure shit, IMO.

From: Japangea Date: June 30, 2007 at 8:57
Was this Japan only and not released in any other countries? Ronni said in the liner notes,this is between Pilot and Sparks in sound mixed with their musical roots,though,if you like Extreme and maybe Mr.Big,it's worth trying to grab.

From: erik Date: July 2, 2007 at 3:40
I had it and i got rid off it very quickly. Extreme(ly) poor yes 2/10

From: aceisback Date: September 17, 2007 at 5:39
Awful, absolutely awful! Miles away in quality and style from what TNT have released over the years. (I´m talking about 1984-2005. Their new album suxx too!)

From: Icebreaker Date: October 3, 2007 at 18:21
Crap! Uninspired weird stuff, has nothing in common with the giant Harnell-era TNT. The second album is even more worse!!!!!!!!!!

From: crashdive Date: October 8, 2007 at 14:54
This was the lowest point in Jorn Lande´s carere. Uninspired boring stuff that drive´s you mad.

From: DeL Date: November 12, 2007 at 5:32
What´s this???? :-(

From: Japangea Date: November 17, 2007 at 9:08
This is the band called Vagabond,not TNT.If you hate it,say nothing and just skip and try to live in the past with same old songs.

From: The real Mr. Real Date: November 12, 2008 at 14:44
Another strange Ronni project. Some tracks are ok, some are among the worst I´ve ever listened to. Only good is: the follow up album `A huge fan of life´ is even more shite!

From: -=Bratt=- Date: March 27, 2009 at 1:08
Yes, I agree also,very not interesting. 3/10

From: rick kerch vzla Date: August 12, 2010 at 21:22
Probably the most relevant thing about this band and album is that Jorn Landed sang here but musically talking is a weird album...grunge,hard rock,metal and even some kind of..rapping!..Jorn sang very good giving the songs a particular meaning but obviously he became a monster after this...anyway "Thunderblunder" is quite a cool track that has that "rapping" vibe in the vocals,"Key To The Rainbow" is quite well,"I Believe In Wonders" is cool and nice but the horrible chorus weakened the song itself,"Silent Woman Sheila" is perhaps the best track in here,a mid tempo AOR kinda song,"Let Go Let Go" is a highlight,"Mrs Hippie Blues" is a great blues song actually and "Better Ask Yourself" is a song that i liked...is hard 2 belive that talented guys such as Le Tekro & Black (both from TNT fame) and a soon to be a killer vocalist (Lande) recorded such an album which in my case i quite like it but for die hard fans of TNT was a dull release...anyway i give the album this rate,84/100.

From: petermexico Date: May 21, 2012 at 18:07
Only for die hard TNT fans, this is a strange album, style with no direction, not the best LeTekro playing, Vagabond is a experiment for new sounds, but not a memorable work. Sólo para seguidores de estos músicos que al separarse después del álbum Realized Fantasies exploraron un camino distinto en sus composiciones, simplemente la voz de Jorn Landee y la guitarra de Ronni LeTekro principalmente hacen que se encuentre en mi colección, aún mejor que el siguiente disco "A Huge Fan of Life" de 1995-6 pero la falta de creatividad los llevó a reformar TNT para 4 álbumes más con Harnell, éso es lo más importante para Mí.

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