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BROTHERS IN ARMS - Sunset And Clark (digi pack)

BROTHERS IN ARMS - Sunset And Clark (digi pack)

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Guitarist / songwriter JACK FROST (Savatage, Seven Witches) already pleased us some time ago with his album ‘Out In The Cold’ feat. a wide list of star vocalists / musicians from the ’80s / early 90s melodic hard rock scene. BROTHERS IN ARMS is Frost’s new project, a wonderful 10-track collection of killer melodic hard rockin’ tunes plenty of super singers / musicians involved. Feat. the likes of Keith St. John (Burning Rain), Steve Overland (FM), Andrew Freeman (Last In Line), Paul Shortino (Rough Cutt), Jesse Damon (Silent Rage), Dave Amato (REO Speedwagon) plus a few more you can be sure to get high quality stuff ! This is great late ’80s sounding album with some of the best in the genre involved.

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Guitarist / songwriter JACK FROST (Savatage, Seven Witches) already pleased us some time ago with his album ‘Out In The Cold’ feat. a wide list of star vocalists / musicians from the ’80s / early 90s melodic hard rock scene. BROTHERS IN ARMS is Frost’s new project, a wonderful 10-track collection of killer melodic hard rockin’ tunes plenty of super singers / musicians involved. Feat. the likes of Keith St. John (Burning Rain), Steve Overland (FM), Andrew Freeman (Last In Line), Paul Shortino (Rough Cutt), Jesse Damon (Silent Rage), Dave Amato (REO Speedwagon) plus a few more you can be sure to get high quality stuff ! This is great late ’80s sounding album with some of the best in the genre involved. Tracklist: 01.Bitch is crazy 02.Last to know 03.The city never sleeps 04.Feel the love 05.To make you mine 06.The ties that bind 07.Long way from love 08.My heart knows 09.Wasting light 10.Voices are calling

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