martes, 31 de marzo de 2015

Van Halen - 1984 (1984) [2015, 30th Anniversary Edition]

Van Halen - 1984 (1984)
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Hard Rock | Remastered

At the time of its release, much of the fuss surrounding 1984 involved Van Halen's adoption of synthesizers on this, their sixth album -- a hoopla that was a bit of a red herring since the band had been layering in synths since their third album, Women and Children First. Those synths were either buried beneath guitars or used as texture, even on instrumentals where they were the main instrument, but here they were pushed to the forefront on "Jump," the album's first single and one of the chief reasons this became a blockbuster, crossing over to pop audiences Van Halen had flirted with before but had never quite won over. Of course, the mere addition of a synth wasn't enough to rope in fair-weather fans -- they needed pop hooks and pop songs, which 1984 had, most gloriously on the exuberant, timeless "Jump." There, the synths played a circular riff that wouldn't have sounded as overpowering on guitar, but the band didn't dispense with their signature monolithic, pulsating rock. Alex Van Halen and Michael Anthony grounded the song, keeping it from floating to pop, and David Lee Roth simply exploded with boundless energy, making this seem rock & roll no matter how close it got to pop. And "Jump" was about as close as 1984 got to pop, as the other seven songs -- with the exception of "I'll Wait," which rides along on a synth riff as chilly as "Jump" is warm -- are heavy rock, capturing the same fiery band that's been performing with a brutal intensity since Women and Children First. But where those albums placed an emphasis on the band's attack, this places an emphasis on the songs, and they're uniformly terrific, the best set of original tunes Van Halen ever had. Surely, the anthems "Panama" and "Hot for Teacher" grab center stage -- how could they not, when the former is the band's signature sound elevated to performance art, with the latter being as lean and giddy, their one anthem that could be credibly covered by garage rockers? -- but "Top Jimmy," "Drop Dead Legs," and the dense yet funky closer, "House of Pain," are full-fledged songs, with great riffs and hooks in the guitars and vocals. It's the best showcase of Van Halen's instrumental prowess as a band, the best showcase for Diamond Dave's glorious shtick, the best showcase for their songwriting, just their flat-out best album overall. It's a shame that Roth left after this album, but maybe it's for the best, since there's no way Van Halen could have bettered this album with Dave around (and they didn't better it once Sammy joined, either). 

by Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG


1. 1984
2. Jump
3. Panama
4. Top Jimmy
5. Drop Dead Legs
6. Hot For Teacher
7. I'll Wait
8. Girl Gone Bad
9. House Of Pain

Remastered by Chris Bellman 2015


Eddie Van Halen - guitars, keyboards, backing vocals
David Lee Roth - lead vocals
Alex Van Halen - drums, percussion
Michael Anthony - bass guitar, backing vocals 

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Van Halen - 2015 Tokyo Dome Live in Concert

Van Halen - Tokyo Dome Live in Concert (2015)
Rock, Hard Rock | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 02:00:03 | 274 MB
Label: Cobraside | Release Year: 2015

Van Halen presents its first-ever live album to feature original singer David Lee Roth. Recorded on June 21, 2013 at the famed Tokyo Dome in Tokyo, Japan, Tokyo Dome Live in Concert includes 23 songs, spanning all seven of the band s albums with Roth.

Tokyo Dome Live in Concert features an electrifying performance by singer David Lee Roth, guitarist Eddie Van Halen, drummer Alex Van Halen, and bassist Wolfgang Van Halen. Mixed by award-winning engineer and mixer Bob Clearmountain (Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, Roxy Music, Nine Inch Nails, and many more), and mastered by Chris Bellman, the album features such classic anthems as "Dance The Night Away, " "Beautiful Girls, " "And The Cradle Will Rock..." "Unchained, " and "Everybody Wants Some!! " as well as blistering versions of "Tattoo, " "She s The Woman, " and "China Town" from the group s studio album, A Different Kind of Truth. 


CD 1

01. Unchained
02. Runnin' With The Devil
03. She's The Woman
04. I'm The One
05. Tattoo
06. Everybody Wants Some!!
07. Somebody Get Me A Doctor
08. China Town
09. Hear About It Later
10. (Oh) Pretty Woman
11. Drum Struck
12. You Really Got Me

CD 2

01. Dance The Night Away
02. I'll Wait
03. And The Cradle Will Rock...
04. Hot For Teacher
05. Women In Love...
06. Romeo Delight
07. Mean Street
08. Beautiful Girls
09. Ice Cream Man
10. Panama
11. Eruption
12. Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love
13. Jump

domingo, 29 de marzo de 2015

Pretenders - 1984 Learning To Crawl [2015, Edsel EDSG 8049]

Pretenders - Learning To Crawl (1984)
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Chrissie Hynde took a long, hard road to rock & roll stardom, but when her band, the Pretenders, finally broke through in 1979, they wasted no time, growing from promising newcomers on the British music scene to major international stardom with a pair of smash albums to their credit in a mere three years. But the Pretenders' meteoric rise came to a crashing halt in 1982, when drug abuse claimed the life of guitarist James Honeyman-Scott and forced Hynde and drummer Martin Chambers to dump bassist Pete Farndon, who would also succumb to an OD in April 1983. Hynde was forced by circumstance to reinvent the Pretenders for their third album, 1984's Learning to Crawl, but if the new edition of the group lacked some of the spark of the band that made the first two LPs, through sheer force of will Hynde created a masterpiece. While Hynde hardly held back in her emotionally potent songwriting in the Pretenders' early work, on Learning to Crawl there's a gravity to her lyrics that blended with her tough but wiry melodic sense and streetwise intelligence to create a set of truly remarkable tunes. "Back on the Chain Gang" is a touching tribute to her fallen comrades that still sounds bitterly rueful, "Middle of the Road" is a furious rocker that explores the emotional and physical toll of a musician's life, "Time the Avenger" is a taut, literate examination of a businessman's adulterous relationship, "My City Was Gone" deals with the economic and cultural decay of the Midwest in a manner both pithy and genuinely heartfelt, and "2000 Miles" is a Christmas number that demonstrates Hynde can be warm without getting sappy. As a guitarist, Robbie McIntosh brought a simpler and more elemental style to the Pretenders than James Honeyman-Scott, but his tough, muscular leads fit these songs well, and bassist Malcolm Foster's solid punch fits Chambers' drumming perfectly. Three albums into her recording career, Chrissie Hynde found herself having to put the past to bed and carve out a new beginning for herself with Learning to Crawl, but she pulled it off with a striking mixture of courage, strength, and great rock & roll; with the exception of the instant-classic debut album, it's the Pretenders' finest work.

by Mark Deming, AMG

Tracklist CD1:

Learning To Crawl:
01. Middle Of The Road - 4:14
02. Back On The Chain Gang - 3:51
03. Time The Avenger - 4:56
04. Watching The Clothes - 2:53
05. Show Me - 4:09
06. Thumbelina - 3:18
07. My City Was Gone - 5:25
08. Thin Line Between Love And Hate - 3:44
09. I Hurt You - 4:36
10. 2000 Miles - 3:38

Tracklist CD2:

01. Fast Or Slow (The Law's The Law) - 3:11
02. Money (Live) - 4:37
03. Time The Avenger (Live) - 4:22
04. Boys Get Spanked (Live) - 3:11
05. My City Was Gone (Live) - 4:41
06. Tequila - 3:33

07. I Hurt You (Demo) - 4:06
08. When I Change My Life (Demo) - 4:42
09. Ramblin' Rob (Demo) - 3:31
10. Watching The Clothes (Demo) - 2:51


Kiss - Paul Stanley/Gene Simmons/Ace Frehley/Peter Criss (1978/2008, 4xSHM-CD)

Kiss - Paul Stanley/Gene Simmons/Ace Frehley/Peter Criss (1978, 4xSHM-CD)
Year & Label: 1978/2008 Universal Japan, | CD#: UICY-93529-32
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Kiss was at their commercial peak by 1978. Alive II was the band's fourth platinum album in just under two years, and the ensuing tour had the highest average attendance (13,550) in the group's history. In addition, Kiss' gross income for 1977 was $10.2 million. The group, along with creative manager Bill Aucoin, sought to take the band to the next level of popularity. To that end, an ambitious, two-pronged strategy was devised for 1978.

The first part involved the simultaneous release of four solo albums from the members of Kiss. Although Kiss has claimed that the solo albums were intended to ease rising tensions within the band, their 1976 record contract did in fact call for four solo records, with each of them counting as half an album toward the group's five-record commitment.[37] Each album was a solo effort (none of the group appeared on another's album), and were all released and marketed as Kiss albums (with similar cover art and poster inserts). It was the first time that all current members of a rock band had released solo albums on the same day.

For the band members, it was a chance to showcase their individual musical styles and tastes outside of Kiss, and in some cases to collaborate with contemporary artists. Stanley's and Frehley's albums stuck pretty closely to the successful hard rock style that Kiss had utilized, while Criss' album featured an R&B style and was loaded with ballads. Simmons's was the most eclectic of the four. It featured hard rock, ballads, Beatles-influenced pop, and ended with a straight cover of "When You Wish upon a Star" (from the film Pinocchio). Simmons' many collaborators included Aerosmith's Joe Perry, Cheap Trick's Rick Nielsen, the Doobie Brothers' Jeff "Skunk" Baxter, disco diva Donna Summer, Janis Ian, Helen Reddy, Bob Seger, Katey Sagal and then-girlfriend Cher.

The Kiss solo albums were released on September 18, 1978. The marketing blitz behind the albums was unprecedented. Casablanca announced it was shipping five million total copies of the albums (guaranteeing instant platinum status), and they spent $2.5 million marketing them. All four solo albums made it into the Top 50 of the Billboard album chart. All four solo albums sold about as many copies as Love Gun alone. Of the four, Frehley's album was the most successful (although not by a huge margin) and spawned the only radio top 20 hit (Russ Ballard's composition "New York Groove", originally performed by Hello).

Kiss - Paul Stanley (1978)
Year & Label: 1978/2008 Universal Japan | CD#: UICY-93529
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Paul Stanley's 1978 solo album was the most Kiss-like of the four, sounding more like an official band release rather than a solo outing. But this isn't necessarily a bad thing -- Stanley had become a seasoned hard rock songwriter by this point, churning out some of Kiss' best material ("Love Gun," "Detroit Rock City," "I Want You," etc.), and wisely stuck to his winning formula on Paul Stanley. With the help of studio musicians, as well as guitarist Bob Kulick (who was almost an original member of Kiss, and brother of future Kiss replacement guitarist Bruce) and Rod Stewart/Vanilla Fudge drummer Carmine Appice, Stanley's album is on par with Ace Frehley's as far as consistency is concerned. A couple of epic compositions (by Kiss standards) are highlights -- "Tonight You Belong to Me" and "Take Me Away (Together as One)" -- as are the more straightforward tracks "Ain't Quite Right," "Wouldn't You Like to Know Me?," "It's Alright," and "Goodbye." While his other Kiss bandmates took more chances with their solo records (with varying results), Stanley's album is more or less what a new Kiss album released in 1978 would have sounded like.



Vocals, guitars : Paul Stanley
Guitars : Bob Kulick
Bass : Steve Buslowe 
Drums : Richie Fontana
Bass : Eric Nelson
Drums : Craig Krampf
Drums :Carmine Appice

Produced by Paul Stanley and Jeff Glixman
Recorded at Electric Lady, NY, The Record Plant, LA & The Village Recorder, LA
Engineered by Jeff Glixman and Paul Grupp

Track List:

01. Tonight You Belong To Me [4:40]
02. Move On [3:11]
03. Ain't Quite Right [3:38]
04. Wouldn't You Like To Know Me [3:21]
05. Take Me Away (Together As One) [5:36]
06. It's Alright [3:38]
07. Hold Me, Touch Me (Think Of Me When We're Apart) [3:42]
08. Love In Chains [3:33]
09. Goodbye [4:10]

Kiss - Gene Simmons (1978)
Year & Label: 1978/2008 Universal Japan | CD#: UICY-93530
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Most Kiss fans associate Gene Simmons with the band's hardest-rocking compositions; after all, he's responsible for such heavies as "Watchin' You," "Calling Dr. Love," "Larger Than Life," and "Goin' Blind." So many Kiss fans must have been surprised when they heard Gene's diverse 1978 solo album, with songs that contained choirs and string arrangements, plus elements of Beatles pop, '70s funk/disco, and feel-good rock & roll. Granted, there are a few heavy rockers (such as the single "Radioactive," "Burning Up With Fever," and "See You in Your Dreams"), but Simmons was always a closet Beatles fan, as evidenced by "See You Tonite," "Always Near You," "Man of 1,000 Faces," and "Mr. Make Believe." The only real misstep is a preposterously embarrassing cover of the Disney classic "When You Wish Upon a Star" (complete with Disney-esque sound effects/music). But Simmons made sure that the top artists of the day lent a hand (Aerosmith's Joe Perry, Cheap Trick's Rick Nielsen, Donna Summer, Cher, Bob Seger, Jeff "Skunk" Baxter, Helen Reddy, and Janis Ian), which makes Gene's solo album an unpredictable yet ultimately enjoyable release. 



Gutar, Vocals: Gene Simmons 
Bass : Neil Jason
Guitar : Elliot Randall 
Drums: Allen Schwartzberg
Background vocals: Gordon Grody, Diva Gray, Kate Sagal, Franny Eisenberg, Carolyn Ray, Sean Delaney

Produced by Sean Delaney and Gene Simmons. 
Executive engineer: Mike Stone
Recorded at The Manor, Oxford, England, Cherokee Studios, LA, USA
Mixed at Trident, London, England

Track List:

01. Radioactive [3:51]
02. Burning Up With Fever [4:22]
03. See You Tonite [2:28]
04. Tunnel Of Love [3:53]
05. True Confessions [3:31]
06. Living In Sin [3:52]
07. Always Near You / Nowhere To Hide [4:13]
08. Man Of 1000 Faces [3:18]
09. Mr. Make Believe [4:02]
10. See You In Your Dreams [2:50]
11. When You Wish Upon A Star [2:44]

Kiss - Ace Frehley (1978)
Year & Label: 1978/2008 Universal Japan | CD#: UICY-93531
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Of the four Kiss solo albums released simultaneously in 1978, the best of the bunch is guitarist Ace Frehley's. Similar in approach to Paul Stanley's album, Frehley did not stray far from the expected heavy Kiss sound (like Gene Simmons and Peter Criss did with their releases), but Ace was equipped with better compositions than Stanley. With future Late Night with David Letterman drummer Anton Fig helping out (as well as Letterman bassist Will Lee on three tracks), Frehley proved once and for all that he was not simply a backup musician to Kiss head honchos Simmons and Stanley. All of the tracks are strong, such as the venomous opener, "Rip It Out," as well as a few tracks that confirm how Frehley was indulging in alcohol and drugs a bit too much by the late '70s ("Snow Blind," "Ozone," and "Wiped Out"). You'll also find many underrated compositions ("Speedin' Back to My Baby," "What's on Your Mind?," "I'm in Need of Love"), a gorgeous instrumental ("Fractured Mirror"), and the Top 20 hit single "New York Groove." Unfortunately, when Ace left Kiss in 1982 (eventually forming Frehley's Comet), he never came close to topping this solid and inspired 1978 solo outing. 



Vocals, guitar, bass, synthesizer : Paul Stanley
Bass : Will Lee
Drums : Anton Fig 
Background vocals : Larry Kelly, David Lasley

Produced by Eddie Kramer and Ace Frehley. 
Recorded by Eddie Kramer at the 'Mansion Studios', Sharon Connecticut.
Engineered by Eddie Kramer and Rob Freeman
Mastered by George marino at Sterling Sound, NY

Track List:

01. Rip It Out [3:41]
02. Speedin' Back To My Baby [3:37]
03. Snow Blind [3:56]
04. Ozone [4:43]
05. What's On Your Mind? [3:29]
06. New York Groove [3:04]
07. I'm In Need Of Love [4:40]
08. Wiped-Out [4:14]
09. Fractured Mirror [5:27]

Kiss - Peter Criss (1978)
Year & Label: 1978/2008 Universal Japan | CD#: UICY-93532
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Although it's admirable that Peter Criss tried to explore different musical styles than the average '70s Kiss release on his 1978 solo album, the material (soul, classic rock & roll, ballads, etc.) ultimately falls flat without the input and/or backing of Simmons, Stanley, and Frehley. Due to Kiss' surprise 1976 smash ballad "Beth" (written and sung by Peter Criss), Criss decided to include several similarly styled songs, but the material is completely limp: "Easy Thing," "$Kiss the Girl Goodbye," "Don't You Let Me Down," and "I Can't Stop the Rain," are all bland and forgettable. '70s funk 'n' soul is touched upon with the tracks "That's the Kind of Sugar Papa Likes" and "You Matter To Me," as well as a fun cover of the rock & roll standard "Tossin' and Turnin'," but all are hardly substantial. The track "Hooked On Rock N' Roll" tries to reaffirm that Criss is a diehard rocker at heart



Drums, Percussion, Vocals: Paul Stanley
Bass : Neil Jason, Bill Bodine
Guitar : Brendan Harkin, Art Munson, Stan Penridge, Elliott Randall, John Tropea
Drums: Bill Bodine, Allan Schwartzberg

Produced by V.Poncia and Peter Criss.
Engineered by Bob Schaper
Recorded in Hollywood at Sunset Sound
Remastered by Joseph M.Palmaccio at Sterling Sound, NY

Track List:

01. I'm Gonna Love You [3:19]
02. You Matter To Me [3:18]
03. Tossin' And Turnin' [4:03]
04. Don't You Let Me Down [3:43]
05. That's The Kind Of Sugar Papa Likes [3:03]
06. Easy Thing [3:56]
07. Rock Me, Baby [2:56]
08. Kiss The Girl Goodbye [2:49]
09. Hooked On Rock 'N' Roll [3:39]
10. I Can't Stop The Rain [4:27]

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Michael Schenker's Temple Of Rock - 2015 Spirit On A Mission (Japan Edition)

Michael Schenker's Temple Of Rock - Spirit On A Mission (2015)
Year & Label: 2015, King Records Co. Ltd., Japan | CD#: KICP 1721
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To name your band Temple Of Rock is pompous, pretentious, snooty (at least a bit)? Well, not if you’re Michael Schenker. Temple Of Rock is not only the title of his 2011 solo album, but it’s also an assembly he put together for the support of this release. This star-studded lineup (a literal temple of rock, indeed) comprises Schenker, Herman Rarebell (ex-Scorpions) on drums, Francis Buchholz (ex-Scorpions) on bass, Doogie White (ex-Rainbow, ex-Yngwie Malmsteen, WAMI) on vocals, as well as Wayne Findlay on keyboards and 7-string guitar. And just conversely to the majority of super groups in the history of rock, this kind of ally seems to work out particularly well to the German virtuoso and his friends. Having released its first album Bridge The Gap in 2013, it took the band less than two years to finish a follow-up to it. Due out in March, via in-akustik, the new album by Michael Schenker’s Temple Of Rock is titled Spirit On A Mission – the missionaries behind the producer’s console are Schenker and the infallible Michael Voss (ex-Casanova, Mad Max, Wolfpakk etc.). The album’s opener “Live And Let Live” starts with an indolent, Bluesy lick, but it quickly loses that slow-ish, languid vibe to it, as it morphs into a fast-paced Hard Rock piece. The rhythm section’s work, as well as lead guitar parts, are sharp and feisty, all complemented by White’s characteristic vocal style. The second track “Communion” is no worse a counterpart to its predecessor. Based on a thick, Blues-infused and Funk-tinted guitar groove, with feisty but nonchalant vocals, it somewhat resembles the style utilized by Glenn Hughes in his later work. Next is “Vigilante Man,” which is embroidered with some of Schenker’s trademark shredding and well-crafted choruses. “Rock City” offers its mad tempo and intensity. As “Saviour Machine” starts, Schenker and the pack enter the territory of Sabbath-esque-yet-updated, lumbering sound; the main guitar parts are low and heavy but densely are twined with majestic, melodic interludes. It’s followed with the wicked, howling rhythm of guitar-laden “Something Of The Night,” again, a very convincing performance from White. “All Our Yesterdays” is a part Psychedelic, part Zeppelin-esque, part Purple-esque kind of thing, seasoned with a modern, crunchy guitar sound. Starting with Rarebell’s short but classy showcase behind the drum kit, the pounding track eight – entitled “Bulleproof” – is the classic UFO sound, transferred into the modern era and a clear homage to Schenker’s early days with Phil Mogg, Pete Way and Andy Parker. The guitar is sharp but melodic, and the captivating melody of the choruses simply is second to none, making the song one of the album’s best moments. During “Let The Devil Scream,” again, there are some tints and flavors of early Sabbath – especially the verses that are embroidered with Ozzy-esque articulation. Next up is “Good Times,” with its nostalgic vibe and its well-crafted melody, followed by the ardent chords and furious rhythm section, combined into a pulsating entity of “Restless Heart.” “Wicked” makes a hard-hitting, gritty final to the set of 12 songs on the album. It’s a fine compromise between a Classic Rock vibe and an updated sound. As long as the eponymous ‘mission’ is combining the ‘70s and ‘80s Hard Rock vibes and modern, huge sound into one, there couldn’t have been a title that’s more appropriate for this album’s content. Tastefully seasoned with tints of Blues, almost literally drenched in fine melodies and laden with instrumental prowess, Spirit On A Mission by Michael Schenker’s Temple Of Rock is a clear example of how the veterans of the Hard Rock scene can continue to compete with the new generation and, perhaps, even win in the end. Let’s only hope the upcoming live performances in support of the album will result in quite a few UFO, Scorpions and MSG classics dropping from the concert set lists. As much as we adore “Lovedrive,” “Doctor Doctor” and “Assault Attack,” there’s an urgent necessity for a handful of tracks off Spirit On A Mission to find their way into the Temple Of Rock’s gig schedules. As far as their finding the way into the hearts of Hard Rock fans is concerned, there is no doubt about the titular ‘mission’ being doomed to succeed. Much recommended.


Vocals : Doogie White
Guitars : Michael Schenker
Guitars, keyboards : Wayne Findlay
Bass : Francis Buchholz
Drums : Herman Rarebell

Track List:

01. Live And Let Live [4:13]
02. Communion [3:38]
03. Vigilante Man [4:52]
04. Rock City [4:18]
05. Saviour Machine [5:59]
06. Something Of The Night [3:51]
07. All Our Yesterdays [4:15]
08. Bulletproof [4:15]
09. Let The Devil Scream [4:48]
10. Good Times [3:59]
11. Restless Heart [3:02]
12. Wicked [3:54]
13. Ying And Yang (Japanese Bonus Track) [4:09]

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sábado, 21 de marzo de 2015

Pat Travers - 2015 Retro Rocket [FLAC & MP3]

Pat Travers - Retro Rocket (2015)
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Blues-Rock, Hard Rock | Cleopatra Records/Purple Pyramid Records #CLP-1948-2

Legendary guitar slinger Pat Travers blasts off with a brand new album featuring Travers’ trademark smoking hot licks, powerful vocal performances, and just plain kick ass, foot stomping rock & roll!
Retro Rocket, as its name suggests, finds Travers digging deep into the early years of his outstanding career, finding inspiration in the fiery grooves of 1978’s Heat In The Street and, of course, his monumental 1979 live album Go For What You Know!
Pat and the boys have an incredibly busy year ahead of them with a 25-date U.S. tour beginning in late January and going clear through the end of April!

Track List:

01. I Always Run [05:30]
02. Searching for a Clue [05:16]
03. Who Can You Turn To [03:59]
04. Up Is Down [05:19]
05. Mystery at the Wrecking Yard [06:28]
06. You Can't Get Their From Hare [04:21]
07. I Am Alive [03:32]
08. I Wanna Be Free [04:12]
09. Hellbound Train [04:44]
10. Looking Up (Live) [06:19]
11. Lead Me Home (Theme From The Walking Dead) [02:06]


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