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Electric Light Orchestra Part II
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Label: Scotti Brothers
Catalog Number: 72392 75222-2
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Bev Bevan drums, percussion, backing vocals|
Pete Haycock guitars, bass, lead and backing vocals
Eric Troyer keyboards, lead and backing vocals
Neil Lockwood lead and backing vocals
|1. ||Hello ||1:17|
|2. ||Honest Men ||6:13|
|3. ||Every Night ||3:15|
|4. ||Once Upon a Time ||4:18|
|5. ||Heartbreaker ||4:55|
|6. ||Thousand Eyes ||4:49|
|7. ||For the Love of a Woman ||4:01|
|8. ||Kiss Me Red ||4:01|
|9. ||Heart of Hearts ||4:18|
|10. ||Easy Street ||4:56|
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|Total Running Time:|| 42:03|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: November 6, 2004 at 21:58|
|ELO?! Shoot Scuse my ignorance I didn't think these guys were anywhere near AOR or hard rock. Can someone please elaborate? Are these releases more in a hard rock vein or something? I was under the impression ELO were pop or very wimpy rock at best..
||Date: November 7, 2004 at 5:53|
|ELO is a symphonic pop-rock band, it`s just the part II version of the band that is somewhere near more lite AOR or Melodic rock...and the two studio albums are quite good actually....
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