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Come in from the Rain

Andi Deris and The Bad Bankers

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
March 29th, 1997
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Massacre Records
Format:
Unknown
Reviews:
2 reviews (avg. 89%)
1. House of Pleasure 03:14   Show lyrics
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2. Come In from the Rain 04:25   Show lyrics
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3. Think Higher! 04:03   Show lyrics
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4. Good Bye Jenny 04:11   Show lyrics
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5. The King of 7 Eyes 04:04   Show lyrics
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6. Foreign Rainbow 03:17   Show lyrics
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7. Somewhere, Someday, Someway 04:02   Show lyrics
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8. They Wait 04:22   Show lyrics
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9. Now That I Know This Ain't Love 04:42   Show lyrics
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10. Could I Leave Forever 03:22   Show lyrics
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11. 1000 Years Away 04:23   Show lyrics
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Band members
Andi Deris Vocals, Guitars
Oliver Noack Keyboards
Gisbert Royder Bass
Ralph G. Mason Drums
Peter F. Idera Guitars (lead)
Guest/Session
Markus Grosskopf Bass (The King of 7 Eyes)
Roland Grapow Guitars (The King of 7 Eyes)
Michael Weikath Guitars (The King of 7 Eyes)
Miscellaneous staff
Oliver Noack Producer
Andi Deris Producer
Simon Fowler Photography
Andi Deris Vocals, Guitars
Oliver Noack Keyboards
Gisbert Royder Bass
Ralph G. Mason Drums
Peter F. Idera Guitars (lead)
Markus Grosskopf Bass (The King of 7 Eyes)
Roland Grapow Guitars (The King of 7 Eyes)
Michael Weikath Guitars (The King of 7 Eyes)
Oliver Noack Producer
Andi Deris Producer
Simon Fowler Photography
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Japanese bonus track:
12. "In the Lights of the Sky".

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