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Studio Album, released in 2009

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Temple Of Evil (4:57)
2. Home Is Where The Pain Is (3:54)
3. Reborn To Wait (4:17)
4. The Roll Of The Dice (6:32)
5. When The Circus Is Coming To Town (3:25)
6. Sierra Madre (6:34)
7. A New Beginning (5:15)
8. Warpaint (3:50)
9. Black Leather (4:05)
10. We've Got A File On You (2:35)
11. Deadline (3:40)
12. We All Need Something To Hold On To In This Life (5:17)
13. A Song For Hilmer (7:15)

Total time 61:36

Line-up / Musicians

- Mike Mandel / acoustic, lead & rhythm guitars, backing vocals
- Ferdy Doernberg / keyboards, acoustic, lead, rhythm & slide guitars, mandolin, harmonica, trumpet, lead vocals, production & mixing
- André Hort / bass, backing vocals
- Alex Wenn / drums, percussion, backing vocals

- Subculture Squad / gang shouts (10)
- Katja Krause / vocals (12)
- Hilmer Staacke (RIP) / guitar solo (13) - recorded in 2006

Releases information

Artwork: Meran Karanitant

CD Dockyard 1 ‎- DY100842 (2009, Germany)

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