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GIANT - Last Of The Runaways (digitally remastered)

GIANT - Last Of The Runaways (digitally remastered)

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Giant was formed by some of the most sought after backing musicians in the business, including singer/guitarist Dann Huff, his brother Dave on drums, guitarist Mike Brignardello, and bassist Alan Pasqua. After working with a wide array of artists from Whitesnake to Madonna, the Huff brothers put together Giant and took the melodic rock world by storm. 1989's “Last of the Runaways” was the band's debut album, and it's pretty incredible. These session guys essentially put on a clinic here in how to write, perform, record, and produce a melodic rock album. Combining elements of the wildly popular hair metal sound with a more accessible pop edge, “LOTR” is simply a killer album. Rock Candy re-issue.

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Giant was formed by some of the most sought after backing musicians in the business, including singer/guitarist Dann Huff, his brother Dave on drums, guitarist Mike Brignardello, and bassist Alan Pasqua. After working with a wide array of artists from Whitesnake to Madonna, the Huff brothers put together Giant and took the melodic rock world by storm. 1989's “Last of the Runaways” was the band's debut album, and it's pretty incredible. These session guys essentially put on a clinic here in how to write, perform, record, and produce a melodic rock album. Combining elements of the wildly popular hair metal sound with a more accessible pop edge, “LOTR” is simply a killer album. Rock Candy re-issue. Tracklist: 1. I’m A Believer 2. Innocent Days 3. I Can’t Get Close Enough 4. I’ll See You In My Dreams 5. No Way Out 6. Shake Me Up 7. It Takes Two 8. Stranger To Me 9. Hold Back The Night 10. Love Welcome Home 11. The Big Pitch

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