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01. Rock This House
02. Turn Up The Good
03. Live Forever
04. Tear Down The Walls
05. This Is How We Roll
06. Midnight Woman
07. We Got A Fever
08. Tope Of The World
09. You Make It Easy
10. Cryin' Turns To Rain
11. Screamin' For More
12. Fade Away

Paul Shortino - vocals
David Michael-Philips - guitar
Mick Sweda - guitar
Johnny Rod - bass
Carmine Appice – drums

 

King Kobra s long-awaited reunion album King Kobra (s/t) released on Frontiers Records in 2011, left no doubt that the band was still a force to be reckoned with. Even though nearly 25 years had passed since the original line-up recorded the landmark Ready To Strike and Thrill Of A Lifetime albums, the energy and immediacy of the bands lightning attack had not diminished one iota and fans responded in kind.

The thick, soulful vocals of Paul Shortino, dual guitarists Mick Sweda and David Michael-Philips, and the thundering bass and drums of Johnny Rod and Carmine Appice delivered an album that, while easily carrying on the tradition of the first two releases, brought a contemporary twist to a signature melodic, hard rock style.

2013 brings the aptly-titled II . Produced by David Henzerling with Carmine Appice and Paul Shortino, the band digs even deeper into its hard rock roots to create an album that has all the swagger and swing of the classic 70 s albums (think Montrose, Bad Company, Deep Purple and even Carmine s own legendary Cactus) with a crystal clear sound that combines the best of both analogue and digital recording techniques. From the tight and punchy Have A Good Time to the 8-minute epic Deep River , II shows a more mature band confident of its songwriting ability performing with a technical prowess garnered over years of experience. ---Editorials Review, amazon.com

 

Carmine Appice założył zespół King Kobra tuż po tym jak opuścił on grupę Ozzy'ego Osbourne'a. Bardzo szybko nowy zespół nagrał dwie płyty: "Ready to Strike" (1985) i "Thrill of a Lifetime" (1986). Obydwa krążki wydała wytwórnia Capitol Records. Pewien rozgłos zyskał utwór "Iron Eagle (Never Say Die)", który znalazł się na ścieżce dzwiekowej do bardzo znanego i w naszym kraju "Iron Eagle". Na trzeci album zatytułowany "King Kobra III" ukazał się dwa lata poźniej, w roku 1988. Tuż po ukazaniu się tej płyty Carmine Appice zdecydował się na zawieszenie działalności zespołu i dołączył w 1989 roku do grupy Blue Murder, prowadzonej przez Johna Sykesa. W 2010 roku zespół wraca w niemalże oryginalnym składzie z roku 1985. Wokalistę Marka Free zastąpił wszystkim znany Paul Shortino. Zespół w tym składzie planuje występować wiosną i latem na festiwalach.

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1. Hell on Wheels	6:05	
2. Knock 'Em Dead	3:56	
3. Have a Good Time	4:49	
4. The Ballad of Johnny Rod	4:47	
5. Take Me Back	4:52	
6. When the Hammer Comes Down	4:52	
7. Running Wild		5:29	
8. The Crunch	4:06
9. Got It Comin'		4:21	
10. Deep River		7:25	
11. Don't Keep Me Waiting	6:00	
12. We Go Round	4:57

    Paul Shortino – vocals
    David Michael-Philips – guitar
    Mick Sweda – guitar
    Johnny Rod - Bass
    Carmine Appice – Drums

 

King Kobra's long-awaited reunion album King Kobra (s/t) released on Frontiers Records in 2011, left no doubt that the band was still a force to be reckoned with. Even though nearly 25 years had passed since the original line-up recorded the landmark Ready To Strike and Thrill Of A Lifetime albums, the energy and immediacy of the bands lightning attack had not diminished one iota and fans responded in kind.

The thick, soulful vocals of Paul Shortino, dual guitarists Mick Sweda and David Michael-Philips, and the thundering bass and drums of Johnny Rod and Carmine Appice delivered an album that, while easily carrying on the tradition of the first two releases, brought a contemporary twist to a signature melodic, hard rock style.

2013 brings the aptly-titled II . Produced by David Henzerling with Carmine Appice and Paul Shortino, the band digs even deeper into its hard rock roots to create an album that has all the swagger and swing of the classic 70 s albums (think Montrose, Bad Company, Deep Purple and even Carmine s own legendary Cactus) with a crystal clear sound that combines the best of both analogue and digital recording techniques. From the tight and punchy Have A Good Time to the 8-minute epic Deep River , II shows a more mature band confident of its songwriting ability performing with a technical prowess garnered over years of experience. --- Editorial Reviews, amazon.com

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