Sarajevo – Tomorrow in the Hands of Yesterday’s Man [1993]

SARAJEVO_TITHOYMCountry United Kingdom          

Style Hard Rock

Rating 80/100

Band Members Baz Strokosz – Guitar, Ed Danielle – Drums, Pete Lacey – Vocals, Jakey Findlay – Bass, Mark Straker – Guitar

Tracks 01. Sarajevo, 02. Tear Of Fury, 03. Princess Of Masquerade, 04. Last Train Outta Town, 05. Never Too Late For Love, 06. S.O.S., 07. Breakdown In Paradise

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Profile Rare album that released in 1993 through Elastic Cat Music by this UK outfit. The band formed in the early 90s played in a couple of pubs in Basingstoke, Winchester, Reading, etc before they released their debut and only album contain 7-tracks well arranged and performed. The opening song “Sarajevo” is the highlight of the record a song that need a place in every hard rock collection, with amazing guitar riffs, many harmony backing vocals and strong rhythm that will catch your attention from the first listening, while that song released also as a video. Also the song S.O.S. is a cover from ABBA. They split-up in 1997. They were a good classic old school rock band with the long hair and leather trousers and If you like the late 80’s style then I recommend this album, if you find it…

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