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Category: Hard Rock
Label: SPV Records
Catalog Number: SPV 084-76622
|3.||Red Light Green Light||4:54|
|4.||Let It Be||5:08||Cover: Beatles|
|5.||Turn Me Up||6:34|
|6.||Living Beside You||5:22|
|7.||Drums of Freedom Indian Rap||3:53|
|8.||Story of Love||4:14|
|11.||Tomorrow bonus track||5:08|
|Total Running Time:||56:39|
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|From: Rafo Phoenix||Date: July 29, 2008 at 2:24|
|Good Hard Rock Tomorrow(great Hard Rock/AOR Song), Steelhorse Riding(the best track IMO), Rock'n Roll fav tracks here, I'm listening again my discography from this Great band and my rating... 1- Railway 95/100 2- Railway II 90/100 3- Climax 95/100 4- To Be Continued 90/100 5- Welcome Tonite 80/100 6-Persecution Mania 80/100 what a Great band! made exactly for Heavy/Hard Rock lovers!|
|From: Delbert||Date: February 20, 2010 at 21:49|
|What you get is a mix of ACCEPT and KROKUS with a typical German approach. I also hear some elements of SINNER and STEELER at times and it comes highly recommended as one of the best releases from the band.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: December 18, 2011 at 17:55|
|My second Railway album bought and a bit better than their release of 1984 even though i rated it 2 points less than the aforementioned debut(80/100)...anyway the best shot for me is the AOR cut "Tomorrow" that happens to be the bonus track followed by "Red Light Green Light","Welcome Tonite" & "Steelhorse Riding"...|
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