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CHARLTON HESTON

Stump

Crossover Prog


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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 1988

Songs / Tracks Listing


A1. Lights! Camel! Action! (Charlton Heston Meets The Irresistable Force)
B1. Charlton Heston (7" Version)
B2. The Rats
B3. Angst Forecast


Line-up / Musicians


- Mick Lynch / vocals
- Kev Hopper / bass
- Chris Salmon / guitar
- Rob McKahey / drums

Releases information

?1988 Ensign/Chrysalis Records Limited
12" U.K. ENYX 612
7" U.K. ENY 612

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