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Burning down paradise Like taking matches and gasoline And placing it in a child's hand Burning down paradise Is it too late (too late) Burn. We're burning paradise. Man with a gun talks about revolution Do you really believe that it's a solution Does it make you laugh when you hear them lying Do you cry like a child 'cos you're scared of dying

Catalog ID: SPV 085-12122. Burning Down Paradise.

Burning Down Paradise. Band Name Tokyo Blade. Album Name Burning Down Paradise. Labels SPV Fresh Fruit. Members owning this album32. 1.

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Album · 1995 · 12 Songs. Warrior of the Rising Sun. 2008. Blackhearts and Jaded Spades.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Burning Down Paradise Tokyo Blade
2 Friend in Need Tokyo Blade
3 Flashpoint Serenade Tokyo Blade
4 Kickback Tokyo Blade
5 Wing & A Prayer Tokyo Blade
6 Hot Breath Tokyo Blade
7 Head Full of Bad Wiring Tokyo Blade
8 Papering the Cracks Tokyo Blade
9 Get out of My Face Tokyo Blade
10 Only the Strong Tokyo Blade
11 Woman & Love Tokyo Blade
12 Dead End Kid Tokyo Blade

Tokyo Blade - Burning Down Paradise album download

Performer: Tokyo Blade

Title: Burning Down Paradise

Style: Hard Rock,Heavy Metal

Genre: Rock/Pop

Size MP3: 1348 mb

Size FLAC: 1768 mb

Rating: 4.4 / 5

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Nekora
Tokyo Blade failed many times to gain back their once moderate commercial success: 1995 album Burning Down Paradise doesn’t change the situation. An album that seemed produced and recorded as it was 10 years old (at the time), featuring amateurish vocals and the stale songwriting reminiscent of the band’s early releases (aww…), the album is a 63 minutes mammoth that includes Led Zeppelin rip-offs, plenty of forced Rock’n Roll moments and almost no hooks to discern. Heavy… in the negative sense of the word. The band issued another album, 1998’s Pumphouse, before disbanding: they returned to activity since 2007, making other two albums, Thousand Men Strong and 2018’s Unbroken.
Nekora
Tokyo Blade failed many times to gain back their once moderate commercial success: 1995 album Burning Down Paradise doesn’t change the situation. An album that seemed produced and recorded as it was 10 years old (at the time), featuring amateurish vocals and the stale songwriting reminiscent of the band’s early releases (aww…), the album is a 63 minutes mammoth that includes Led Zeppelin rip-offs, plenty of forced Rock’n Roll moments and almost no hooks to discern. Heavy… in the negative sense of the word. The band issued another album, 1998’s Pumphouse, before disbanding: they returned to activity since 2007, making other two albums, Thousand Men Strong and 2018’s Unbroken.