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Full Moon Collection
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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Frontiers Records (Italy)
Catalog Number: FR CD 250
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Kal Swan Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Keyboards|
Doug Aldrich Guitars
Chuck Wright Bass
Ian Mayo Bass
Fred Mandel Keyboards
Rick Serrate Keyboards
Ken Mary Drums, Percussion
Jackie Ramos Drums, Percussion
This Compilation Contains Bad Moon Rising (1991 - Cd1), Blood (1993 - Cd2) & Opium For The Masses (1995 - Cd3)
Along with Several Bonus Tracks Taken From The Japanese Only Eps "One Night In Tokyo", "Blood On The Streets" & from A Bonus Ep Added To The French Edition Of "Opium For The Masses"
|1. ||Hands On Heaven |
|2. ||If It Ain't Dirty |
|3. ||Without Your Love |
|4. ||Full Moon Fever |
|5. ||Lie Down |
|6. ||Old Flames |
|7. ||Built For Speed |
|8. ||Darkside From Babylon |
|9. ||Sunset After Midnight |
|10. ||Wayward Son |
|11. ||One Night In Tokyo Bonus Track |
|12. ||Alter Ego Bonus Track |
|13. ||Blood |
|14. ||Dangerous Game |
|15. ||Servants Of The Sun |
|16. ||Devil's Son (While Our Children Cry) |
|17. ||Blood On The Streets |
|18. ||Tears In The Dark |
|19. ||Heart Of Darkness |
|20. ||Chains |
|21. ||Till The Morning Comes |
|22. ||Time Will Tell |
|23. ||Remember Me |
|24. ||Sweet Satisfaction Bonus Track |
|25. ||Can't Wait Until Tomorrow Bonus Track |
|26. ||Opium For The Masses |
|27. ||Belligerant Stance |
|28. ||Monkey |
|29. ||Moonchild |
|30. ||Believe |
|31. ||Into The Pit |
|32. ||Godforsaken |
|33. ||Free |
|34. ||Holy War |
|35. ||Summer Rain |
|36. ||T.B.O.M.D. |
|37. ||Rivers Run Red Bonus Track |
|38. ||Underground Bonus Track |
|39. ||Crown Of Roses Bonus Track |
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: July 2, 2005 at 13:38|
|Ok, Disc one has only two or three good songs, Disc two is my favorite a lot of amarican style hardrock songs a bit like GREAT WHITE for a far comparison. Opium for...sucks!!! It is so sorry, NWOBHM legend Kal Swan (Tytan) wastes his talents, he could be a big name because he has a special, bit coverdalelike voice, but most songs are not catchy enough. The same problem Swan had with LION, good but not brilliant songmaterial.
||Date: July 20, 2005 at 13:00|
|Im loving this triple pack. Agreed with shoemaker Blood is an awesome slab of melodic American rock. I like the debut as well but the biggest suprise was Opium. Id heard it was downtuned and modern but I find it an excellent release. No where near as nu breed as is made out and it brings to mind Velvet Revolver and even latter Whitesnake. 7 bonus tracks also makes this a great value for money purchase. Doug Aldritch ROCKS!!!!
||Date: April 29, 2006 at 9:56|
|For the detailfreaks: disc 2 contains 12 tracks, and disc 3 contains 13 tracks. "Free" (on disc 3) is a new song (for me anyway) and replaced the track "union" on the original seagull release. Besides all that, this is a magnificent 3 cd boxset.Doug Aldrich rocks. 9/10
||Date: November 12, 2006 at 12:59|
|Cool collection, go for it if you can. Sure there are differences from disc to disc and disc 3 sounds a bit modern. But still enough songs on it to enjoy. Aldrichs playing is brilliant!
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