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Featuring Vinnie Vincent / Jimmy Waldo / Gary Shea / Hirsh Gardner
Review by Gary Hill
This album has never been released before. The story behind its creation is unusual. 

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Warrior II
Review by Gary Hill
There are a couple points that need to be made clear right off the bat here. First off, this isn't precisely heavy metal.

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