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220 VOLT 220 Volt CD+OBI JAPAN Import ESCA-7653 RARE New SEALED
220 VOLT 220 Volt CD+OBI JAPAN Import ESCA-7653 RARE New SEALED
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Category: Melodic

Year: 1983

Label: Sony Music Entertainment (Sweden)

Catalog Number: ESCA 7653

Average Rating: 74 / 100 (14 ratings)


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Joakim Lundholm vocals
Thomas Drevin electric and acoustic guitars, backing vocals
Mats Karlsson electric and acoustic guitars, backing vocals
Peter Hermansson drums
Mike Larsson bass, backing vocals
1.  Lonely Nights  
2.  No Return  
3.  The End Of The World  
4.  Gypsy Queen  
5.  Nightwinds  
6.  Child Of The Night  
7.  Stop And Look Back  
8.  Prisoner Of War  
9.  Woman In White  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Geoff Date: March 24, 2005 at 23:52
Wow, not a single comment on this yet??? I hate to be the first, with what I have to say because I do like these guys, but this album is certainly an aquired taste. If you like pre-'Countdown' Europe or the band Charizma, check this out. It's what you'd expect from a straight ahead hard rock band from 1983 - fast songs, few (if any) memorable moments and just average, IMO. Well, below average to me...

From: Thunderstruck Date: August 20, 2006 at 15:51
Killer album! They even used a little dubble bass drums on this one! Love this record!

From: aMetalhead1966 Date: October 12, 2006 at 14:24
I always wanted to hear these guys...I think it is something I'd Like...They have a Great NameIMO.

From: Japangea Date: March 8, 2007 at 1:37
This is not really one of their bests but this primitive sound is definitely one of typical 80's European greats.I can feel the same vibe when I listen to unknown NWOBHM bands.Worth having.

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