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Terrorist (12) – God Is No Excuse. Label: Not On Label – none. 1. What Kind Of Terrorist? 2:07.
Innocence Is No Excuse is the seventh studio album by heavy metal band Saxon released in 1985. It was the group's first album for EMI after a falling-out with their previous label, Carrere Records, and their last with original bassist Steve Dawson. The song "Everybody Up" was used in the 1985 Italian horror film, Demoni.
Album Name Innocence Is No Excuse. 版公司 BMG Records EMI Records Axe Killer Records. In 1985 the british Band Saxon released their 7th full length album „Innocence Is No Excuse. This album was the bands first try to conquer the american market which should continue with the next two releases „Rock the Nations and „Destiny. this album owns lots of the old trademarks to make it as one of the better Saxon outputs.
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The resulting album - 1985's Innocence Is No Excuse - is one of their most controversial: it's viewed by some fans and critics as another misfire, while others consider it the last gasp of these once seemingly unbeatable New Wave of British Heavy Metal champions. Realizing that their future was at stake, vocalist Biff Byford and bassist Steve Dawson (and, to a lesser degree, guitarists Paul Quinn and Graham Oliver, plus drummer Nigel Glockler) hunkered down to the business of composing what was certainly their strongest collective set of songs since 1981's Denim and Leather.
Hello God is good, I don't agree on them making a choice of becoming a jihadist, such a disgrace and then a pain for his parents. i hope he faced the consequences and goes to jail quietly. he ruined his future. Whatever it is, if he regrets it or not, there is no way he can turn his back after joining the Al queda. Getting caught surely gonna cost his life.
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|1||What Kind Of Terrorist?||2:07|
Composed By – Screeching Weasel
|6||Affirmation (Dim Past Reminx)
Remix – Dim Past
- Guitar – Julian Del Rio
- Vocals – Daniel Zambrano
NotesUnknown number of tapes
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