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Yesterdays Gone - Shakra - Back On Track (CD, Album)

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9 comments on “ Yesterdays Gone - Shakra - Back On Track (CD, Album)
  1. Kazrashicage says:
    Das CD-Album "Back On Track" von Shakra () - Alle Infos, Songs und mehr.
  2. Goltilabar says:
    Yes we're back on track No more slain It's the perfect match No more pain Our day has come straight on number one We play our cards right gonna blow your mind Back in the ring again downers took an end Cause we're not dead We are back Yes we're back on track Walking tall It's the perfect match Freedom call Yes we're back on track No more slain.
  3. Brasida says:
    Get all the lyrics to songs on Back on Track and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  4. Shakinos says:
    The Yesterday's Gone album did particularly well staying on the Billboard charts for seven months and reaching # Highlights include an evocative take with harmonica on Ewan McColl's Dirty Old Town, an almost Duane Eddy type instrumental, Only for the Young and Now and Forever, a pure pop number/5(27).
  5. Gotaur says:
    Back on Track, an Album by Shakra. Released in on AFM (catalog no. AFM ; CD). Genres: Hard Rock.
  6. Kajikazahn says:
    Even the album’s song titles allude to where the band is at musically and mentally, from the title track to the ballad, “Yesterday’s Gone”, to the pounding rocker, “Brand New Day”, to the final track, “Stronger Than Ever”. The message is clear. Shakra is back, better than ever, and .
  7. Guran says:
    "Back on track" is the 8th brand new studio album by Swiss melodic hard rock band "Shakra". The album introduces new lead singer John Prakesh along established members, guitarists Thom Blunier and Thomas Muster, bassist Domink Pfister and drummer Roger Tanner/5(12).
  8. Fenrikree says:
    Sep 21,  · And the transitions back and forth from heavy to melodic aren't as smooth as the other songs. Shakra couldn't have come up with a better name for this album. After losing a frontman, Shakra has managed to get back on track with a new vocalist and a heavier sound. Now the band just needs to work on lyrics and staying power.
  9. Sharr says:
    “Back On Track” has again become a diverse album and has all the typical Shakra elements and influences: the ‘americanized’ Whitesnake, Gotthard, Pink Cream 69, Pretty Maids and many ’80s hair / glam rock bands. The music sounds very accessible with easy to sing-a-long choruses but strong riffing and some hard edge.
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