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8 thoughts on “ Sweet Sweet Music - Paladin - Charge! (CD, Album) ”

  1. PALADIN CHARGE! 1. Give Me Your Hand (Solley) 2. Well We Might (Solley) 3. Get One Together (Webb) 4. Anyway (Solley) 5. Good Lord (Beckett,Stonebridge,Foley) 6. Mix Your Mind With Moonbeams (Solley) 7. Watching The World Pass By (Stonebridge) BONUS TRACKS 8. Give My Love To You (Solley) 9. Sweet Sweet Music (Solley) Any Way (Variation.
  2. Charge [Bonus Tracks] by Paladin - CD () for $ from neramarwhitecasterkelerim.xyzinfo Pop / Rock - Order by Phone Price: $
  3. Glee: The Music, Volume 1 is the debut soundtrack album by the cast of the musical television series Glee, which aired on Fox in the United States. It features cover versions from the first nine episodes of the first season and was released on November 2, by Columbia Records and 20th Century Fox Television neramarwhitecasterkelerim.xyzinfo album received mixed reviews from critics, with many praising large.
  4. Jul 07,  · Although won’t go down in the books as the “best year ever,” you can say one good thing about the start of this decade: We’ve seen some amazing new music. To celebrate reaching the middle of the year, we’re looking at the most popular album releases of so far.
  5. Paladin: Charge! (remaster) First, let's get the obvious out of the way-yes, that's a damn good Roger Dean cover piece on the sophomore release from early 70's prog rockers Paladin. Charge! was recorded in the winter of at The Beatles Apple Studios in London. Paladin had some critical success with their self titled debut earlier in.
  6. Jan 21,  · Charge! was Paladin's second album and it's a bit different sounding record compared to their S/T debut. Their style is much more blues rock influenced this time and overall I would call this record as a mix of hard rock, blues rock and progressive rock/5(16).
  7. The album includes early examples of World and Rap (!), but failed to make much of an impression, and consequently is now rare and collectable in vinyl format. The follow up album "Charge!" was released a year later. It had an excellent Roger Dean sleeve, and represented a major improvement on the rather lacklustre debut album.

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