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Category: Hard Rock
Year: 1983 / 1994
Label: Mausoleum Records
Catalog Number: SKULL 8313
|2.||See You In Heaven|
|3.||Rock' N' Roll In The City|
|5.||Don't Shine Your Light|
|6.||Never The Same|
|9.||Dancing The Night Away|
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|From: Japangea||Date: January 8, 2009 at 9:51|
|Average late NWOBHM release.Bass player was ex-Gaskin as much as I remember.|
|From: shoemaker||Date: May 28, 2009 at 14:11|
|These bodybuilding skully is one of the worst coverartworks I´ve ever seen.|
|From: rbrigade||Date: July 20, 2010 at 12:47|
|This album lacks the songwriting that could make it something special. The sound is a mixture of melodic NWOBHM and 70's pomp/AOR. Two tracks stand out. See you in heaven and Jay. Jay is a pomp/AOR gem. Too sad there's not more stuff in this direction and quality...|
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