Kill Me With Your Heart - Fastway (2) - Waiting For The Roar (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Fastway - Waiting For The Roar at Discogs. Complete your Fastway collection/5().
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  3. May 02,  · Here’s another album requested from FASTWAY‘s palatable discography; the terrific “Waiting For The Roar“, the band’s third effort Digitally Remastered by BGO Records.. According to times (mids), Fastway’s management, the record label and band leader Fast Eddie Clark’s decided to drastically change the style for this 3rd album in favor to a more keyboard-driven American AOR sound.
  4. Oct 22,  · Waiting For The Roar Licensed to YouTube by SME (on behalf of Sony BMG Music Entertainment); ARESA, BMG Rights Management, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., UMPG Publishing, and 2 Music Rights Societies.
  5. Jun 15,  · Here is the comparison of the song duration between the original CD and the remastered CD: 1. The World Waits For You: / 2. Kill Me With Your Heart: / 3. Tired Of Your Love: / 4. Change: / 5. Move Over: / 6. Little By Little: / 7. Rock On: / 8. Waiting For The Roar: / 4.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Columbia Carrollton Pressing Vinyl release of Waiting For The Roar on Discogs/5(20).
  7. Waiting for the Roar () by Fastway. Labels: Columbia Records. Genres: Hard Rock. Songs: The World Waits For You, Kill Me With Your Heart, Tired Of Your Love, Change, Move Over, Little By Little.
  8. Waiting for the Roar by Fastway - CD () for $ from foramehaterredelnonetvefofe.coinfo Pop / Rock - Order by Phone /5(14).
  9. FASTWAY Vinyl Records and CDs Led by single "Say What You Will", the album did quite well, and the followup (All Fired Up) was successful as well, but after that things went south, with Clarke and several varying lineups experimented with a more pop-metal sound on the succeeding releases, and they never again duplicated the success of the.

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