Blackthorne - Afterlife (CD, Album)

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  1. When you consider how many great albums Graham Bonnet has appeared on, it makes this seem all the more puzzling. [An expanded edition of ‘Afterlife’ was released by HNE Recordings/Cherry Red Records in The same year finally saw the release of Blackthorne’s superior second album, the long shelved ‘Don’t Kill The Thrill’.].
  2. May 25,  · Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS Afterlife · Blackthorne Afterlife ℗ Blackthorne Music Released on: Author: Bob Kulick Author: Jimmy Waldo.
  3. Find Blackthorne discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.
  4. Blackthorne released their sole studio album “Afterlife” in [available as HNECD].
  5. Blackthorne's line-up was completed by Quiet Riot's Frankie Breari on drums, who also enjoyed stints with Billy Thorpe, Billy Idol and WASP. Magazine recognized that, "Kulick's six string sting is never in doubt". Few bands can be as worthy of the epithet "super-group" as Blackthorne, who released their sole album "Afterlife" in
  6. May 25,  · Cradle to the Grave · Blackthorne Afterlife ℗ Blackthorne Music Released on: Author: Bob Kulick Author: Jimmy Waldo Author: Josephine Eime Bonnet Author: Steven Rosen Composer.
  7. 2. Afterlife 3. We Won't Be Forgotten 4. Breaking the Chains 5. Over and Over 6. Hard Feelings 7. Baby You're the Blood 8. Sex Crimes 9. Love From the Ashes All Night Long [Disclaimer: The track list for this album is provided as a courtesy, because at the time of this listing, there were no song titles available on this page, for this title.
  8. Blackthorne was an American hard rock project, that involved Bob Kulick on guitar, Graham Bonnet on vocals, Frankie Banali on drums, Jimmy Waldo on keyboards, and Chuck Wright on bass. The group released the album Afterlife through CMC International (US) and Music For Nations (Europe) in

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