Smile Awhile - Brainstorm Reviews
Description:Genre: Rock - Pop Rock / Artist: Brainstorm / Import / Audio CD released 1997-06-01 at Unknown Label / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Schwein Trugt 2 Zwick Zwick 3 Watch Time Flow By 4 Bosco Biati Wiess Alles 5 Snakeskin Tango 6 Smile a While 7 You Are What's Gonna ... more
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like to be caught listening to by your thrash buddies, but it bridges the divide between the genre and popular music in a way that can only ever be bland, but at least makes a respite from some of the more extreme albums in a metal fan s collection. I d like to think that this is one of Brainstorm s weaker releases. 1. Worlds Are Comin Through 2. Inside the Monster 3. All Those Worlds 4. Lifeline 5. Invisible Enemy 6. Heavenly 7. Painside 8. Despair to Drown 9. Mask of Life 10. Even Higher 11. Burns My ...
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