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Artist: Chain

Title: Eros of Love and Destruction

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1997

Label: Victor

Catalog Number: VICP-60009

Personnel

Doogie White vocals
Ashley Limer guitar, Programming
Jem Davis keyboards
Paul Riles bass

Tracks

1.  Don't Waste Your Time  3:10
2.  Absence of Angels  4:50
3.  Shame  4:38
4.  Fake It Big Time  3:20
5.  Streets Cry Freedom  5:55
6.  Single Life  4:32
7.  Hellfire  2:42
8.  What About Me  3:31
9.  I.N.M.  5:05
10.  Blind Faith  6:26
11.  Perfect World  3:53
  
Total Running Time:  48:02

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From: YNGWIEVIKING Date: October 23, 2007 at 2:51
GOOD CD 78/100 BRITISH GROOVY HEAVY ROCK ! by exMIDNIGHT BLUE duo JEM DAVIES (exTOBRUK)and DOOGIE WHITE later with RAINBOW-RISING FORCE-CORNERSTONE-this album was recorded earlier but it was released only in 1997 ! The great guitar player ASHLEY LIMER exVANDAMNE/KICK is doing a good job on lead guitar not a classic but good enough !

From: Delbert Date: November 11, 2007 at 11:15
Now I have to confess right up front, I am a huge fan of Dougie White. I constantly play the CORNERSTONE and MIDNIGHT BLUE CDs. It's something in the range of his voice that is so well adaptable to this style of Melodic Rock. Much in the way that Jeff Scott Soto brings to any band!! If you are a fan of RAINBOW, ROYAL HUNT, CORNERSTONE or MIDNIGHT BLUE, I highly recommend this CD.

From: darobinson Date: November 24, 2007 at 10:46
I agree with Delbert. I am also a big Doogie White fan but this disc is very sub par for him. The Rainbow album he sang on and the Cornerstone albums blow this away. Midnight Blue is also great if you are lucky enough to own it.

From: juan carlos Date: September 14, 2010 at 14:45
Ok Groovy Bluesy HardRock Óla Whitesnake/Mr. Big. the best here? Doogie White, great singer indeed! good production but i can't find any killer track 7.8/10 8000 and this continue..

From: MHR Date: March 4, 2011 at 10:25
Very good work, but a strange sound on this cd (imho). No drummer....

From: hair metal again Date: April 17, 2013 at 10:47
pretty fine hard rock release by CHAIN with all members being in good bands in the past!i can t see something bad in it ,except maybe the lack of a more commercial approach in 2 or 3 songs!remarkable guitar work ,many good songs and overall it keeps your interest from start to finish!"shame","single life" and "state of independence" my favs from this very,very enjoyable release


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