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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 1972

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A: No Dying in the Dark
B: Trust in the Lord

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Astor A 7204, Australia

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(50%)
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Review by Sagichim
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2 stars This is quite a nice thing to have, 'No Dying in the Dark ' is one of the only two singles released by Bakery prior to their 'Momento' album, and they are quite a collectors item now. The single contain two songs that expresses the two sides of the band, one acoustic and the other hard rockin'. 'No Dying in the Dark ' is my preferred one featuring a great rocker with a nice riff, keys and vocals. The song starts with a rocky riff but seems to be fading away in about a minute, but goes back full power with a great rocking guitar, pretty nice indeed. A nice guitar solo joins the main riff and finishes the song after three minutes, making it another rocky tune out of a million rockers came out in the 70's, but quite an australian classic. 'Trust in the Lord' is featured in the bands debut 'Rock Mass For Love' and is an acoustic song featuring a nice melody and a jazzy break in the middle including some piano. Nice overall but absolutely nothing more. There suppose to be one more single not featured in the archives as for now, and does contain better songs. Their second album is the one to go for, aiming more towards progressive rock. This single is worth having just for historical value.

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