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Somewhere To Hide - Witchfynde - Cloak & Dagger (CD, Album)

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  2. Jul 30,  · hujuruskiriathsajin.xyzinfoere To Hide hujuruskiriathsajin.xyzinfo And Dagger hujuruskiriathsajin.xyzinfo Wolf hujuruskiriathsajin.xyzinfo Counting hujuruskiriathsajin.xyzinfo For Memories hujuruskiriathsajin.xyzinfo + Roll Stay Away Fra Diabolo This is this U.K. bands third full length. The band was playing the nwobhm when most metal bands were .
  3. Type: Full-length Release date: June 20th, Catalog ID: EXIT 5 Label: Expulsion Format: 12" vinyl (33⅓ RPM) Reviews: 3 reviews (avg. 65%).
  4. Witchfynde - Cloak and Dagger music CD album at CD Universe, Digitally remastered edition of this by the British Heavy Metal legends, Their third album overall.
  5. Cloak & Dagger is a free album of cover versions released with the deluxe edition High on the Happy Side. Included with the deluxe versions of the CD, Cassette & Vinyl pressings of the album, Cloak & Dagger was recorded and released under the pseudonym Maggie Pie & The Impostors, a fake veteran act from hujuruskiriathsajin.xyzinfoy, the album cover pictures unofficial band member Graeme Duffin on an album.
  6. Brazil re-issue. Tracklist 01 The Devil's Playground 02 Crystal Gazing 03 I'd Rather Go Wild 04 Somewhere To Hide 05 Cloak And Dagger 06 Cry Wolf 07 Start Counting 08 Living For Memories 09 Rock + Roll 10 Stay Away 11 Fra Diabolo.
  7. CD / Album. Label / Studio Hear No Evil Recordings. Popular FAQs. Witchfynde - Divine Victims: The Witchfynde Albums Trustpilot. Somewhere to Hide 5) Cloak & Dagger 6) Cry Wolf 7) Start Counting 8) Living for Memories 9) Rock & Roll 10) Stay Away 11) Fra Diabolo ().
  8. Cloak & Dagger’s are side two’s inaugural punt “Cry Wolf”, the album’s only real headsnapper, and “I’d Rather Go Wild”, a (semi) pertinently-titled tune that captures most of its infectiousness in its chorus. Not too horrible either is “Somewhere to Hide”; a bit too hum-drum to .

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