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BABYLON A.D. - Nothing Sacred +3 (digitally remastered)

BABYLON A.D. - Nothing Sacred +3 (digitally remastered)

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Babylon A.D enjoyed a small success with their selftitled debut (1989) album and they still gained trust from Arista to release this second album in 1992. But after that, they were dropped and disappeared until they made a come back in 1999. Standout tracks here are "Take The Dog Off The Chain", "Psychedelic Sex Reaction", "Dream Train", and the absolute monstrous power ballad, "So Savage The Heart". Even though this albums lacks of originality and offered nothing new, it's definitely a fun cruise of the 90s hard rock which was quite rare back then. Digitally remastered re-issue from Bad Reputation records incl. 3 bonus tracks.

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Babylon A.D enjoyed a small success with their selftitled debut (1989) album and they still gained trust from Arista to release this second album in 1992. But after that, they were dropped and disappeared until they made a come back in 1999. Standout tracks here are "Take The Dog Off The Chain", "Psychedelic Sex Reaction", "Dream Train", and the absolute monstrous power ballad, "So Savage The Heart". Even though this albums lacks of originality and offered nothing new, it's definitely a fun cruise of the 90s hard rock which was quite rare back then. Digitally remastered re-issue from Bad Reputation records incl. 3 bonus tracks. Tracklist: 1.TAKE THE DOG OFF THE CHAIN 2.BAD BLOOD 3. SO SAVAGE THE HEART 4. SACRIFICE YOUR LOVE 5. REDEMPTION 6. DOWN THE RIVER OF NO RETURN 7. PSYCHEDELIC SEX REACTION 8. DREAM TRAIN 9. BLIND AMBITION 10. SLAVE YOUR BODY 11. OF THE ROSE 12. PRAY FOR THE WICKED 13. PRAY FOR THE WICKED (live) * 14. DESPERATE (live)* 15. SICK AS A DOG (Live)* * = bonus track

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