Burnin Bridges - Various - Power Rock (Vol.2) (Cassette)

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Power Rock (Vol.2) on Discogs.
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    Limited Edition, copies, High Quality, Bonus Track(S) Audiophile pressing This essential LP release includes Hooker’s sensational album, Burnin’, originally issued by Vee-Jay Records in His association with that label (from the s to the early s) marked a creative peak for Hooker. The album features the chart hit “Boom Boom,” one of Hooker’s most identifiable and.
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    They were an earlys rock band that was a cross between Weird Al Yankovic and Blotto with a dash of Bon Jovi thrown in. They’re best known for the rocked out Talking Heads parody, “Psycho Chicken,” which hasn’t aged well, but on album, they’re not bad, mainly because you can tell they could really play.
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    "Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy" (Desolation Angels) Album: Bad Company My first introduction to Bad Co. were the killer classic rock radio tracks (thanks, QFM96!), and the 10 From 6 cassette -- since there's nothing from Burnin' Sky, it's actually only "10 from 5" (and "Silver, Blue & Gold" wasn't on it. At that time, that was the biggest disappointment.
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