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WRABIT - Wrough & Wready (Japan CD, limited edition)

WRABIT - Wrough & Wready (Japan CD, limited edition)

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Canada's Wrabit at one time seem poised for a major breakthrough, drawing massive crowds to their shows and creating a buzz in the industry upon signing a deal with MCA Records. It was 1981 when their debut, "Wrough & Wready" hit store shelves and prompted an onslaught of radio support in both their native country and portions of the US. With a journeyman arena rock sound like Journey, Styx, Survivor and Kansas, Wrabit saw reasonable success almost from the start. Brandishing an instantly more aggressive tone than what was typical of the day, the album charges from the starting gates with hook laden track after hook laden track, all with impeccable harmonies. Limited Japanese re-issue with a superb sound.

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Canada's Wrabit at one time seem poised for a major breakthrough, drawing massive crowds to their shows and creating a buzz in the industry upon signing a deal with MCA Records. It was 1981 when their debut, "Wrough & Wready" hit store shelves and prompted an onslaught of radio support in both their native country and portions of the US. With a journeyman arena rock sound like Journey, Styx, Survivor and Kansas, Wrabit saw reasonable success almost from the start. Brandishing an instantly more aggressive tone than what was typical of the day, the album charges from the starting gates with hook laden track after hook laden track, all with impeccable harmonies. Limited Japanese re-issue with a superb sound. Tracklist: 1. Anyway, Anytime 2. Pushin' On 3. Can't Be Wrong 4. Back Home 5. Too Many Years 6. Just Go Away 7. Tell Me What to Do 8. How Does She Do It 9. Here I'll Stay 10. Don't Say Goodnite to Rock and Roll

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