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Soldier Of Fortune - Vescera - Beyond The Fight (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Released in , "Soldier of Fortune" was the first album with Michael Vescera after Minoru Niihara got kicked out of the band. This was done to help them breaking through the American market although the final result wasn't exactly as what they expected. The whole album sounded very American and has a lot of 80s glam metal influences inside.
  2. Buy Beyond The.. -bonus Tr- CD from Vescera for $ and pay no postage. More than CDs, DVDs, Vinyls, Games, Technics, Equipment and Toys since at your service. free shipping. Vescera - Beyond The Fight - NEXUS CD Grooves Inc.
  3. In , both Vescera and Yamashita left the band, and were replaced by Masaki Yamada (formerly of Sapporo-based band Flatbacker, later known as EZO) on vocals and Taiji Sawada (formerly of X Japan) on lineup recorded their next studio album, Loudness, the same album was an abrupt shift away from the hair metal stylings of the albums to a much heavier (even.
  4. Billed as SOLDIER OF FORTUNE, the group performed material from Vescera's time in LOUDNESS. Fan-filmed video footage of the concert can be seen below. .
  5. Soldier of Fortune Online is an online game developed by Dragonfly, with permission from Activision. This game marks the return of the franchise and the first game since Soldier of Fortune: Payback. Currently, there are.
  6. The album closes with the incredible "Soldier of Fortune", a Coverdale/Blackmore penned composition, which is a soft, slow ballad regarded by many as a Purple classic. Ritchie Blackmore recently did another version of this song with his current band, Blackmore´s Night/5(37).
  7. May 05,  · VESCERA - Soldier Of Fortune (Loudness Cover). Gira "Beyond The Fight Tour " el jueves 4 de Mayo de en la Sala Bóveda de Barcelona. Rock on!!
  8. Deep Purple originally released Soldier of Fortune written by Ritchie Blackmore and David Coverdale and Deep Purple released it on the album Stormbringer in It was also covered by Thomas Zwijsen, El Supernaut, Opeth, Jon Lord and other artists.

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