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Fighting to Survive

Soldiers of Fortune

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
March 26th, 2004
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Storm Force
Format:
Unknown
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2. Red Alert 04:49  
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3. Second Chance 04:39  
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4. Front Seat Man 03:05  
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5. Crazy (Stray Dog cover) 05:07  
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6. Forbidden 05:09  
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7. Bad to Worse 04:01  
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8. Time to Change 04:22  
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9. New Days 03:37  
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10. Speak of the Devil (Stray Dog cover) 04:12  
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11. Dragon's Gate 04:19  
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12. Soldiers of Fortune 04:31  
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Band members
Yasunori Kusanobu Bass, Vocals (backing)
Masaki Fujii Vocals
Masanobu Yasui Guitars
Pete Barnacle Drums, Vocals (additional)
Guest/Session
Kenichi Shimoda Vocals (lead) (track 9)
Miscellaneous staff
Sueyuki Hashimoto Mastering
Jim Minter Photography
Tōru Matsushita Artwork
Michitaka Tsunoda Engineering
Masanobu Yasui Engineering
Pete Barnacle Producer, Engineering, Mixing, Layout, Logo
Yasunori Kusanobu Bass, Vocals (backing)
Masaki Fujii Vocals
Masanobu Yasui Guitars
Pete Barnacle Drums, Vocals (additional)
Kenichi Shimoda Vocals (lead) (track 9)
Sueyuki Hashimoto Mastering
Jim Minter Photography
Tōru Matsushita Artwork
Michitaka Tsunoda Engineering
Masanobu Yasui Engineering
Pete Barnacle Producer, Engineering, Mixing, Layout, Logo
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Catalognumber: SFRCR-00001.
Recorded and mixed at S-Force Studios, Okayama. Recorded between November 2002 and May 2003, mixed during December 2003 and January 2004.
Mastered at Toyo Recording.

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