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Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Two Steps from the Move is the fifth studio album by Finnish rockers Hanoi Rocks, produced by the legendary Bob Ezrin (Alice Cooper, KISS, Lou Reed). This fast and furious album opens with CCR cover "Up Around the Bend" and is filled with their biggest hits with song writing assistance from Ian Hunter of Mott the Hoople on such tracks as "Underwater World" and "Boulevard of Broken Dreams". Poised for world domination, the band never recovered after losing their drummer, Razzle, in a fatal car crash. Innovative, yet often overlooked, Hanoi Rocks' career was cut short at a pivotal moment on their rise to stardom.
Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Two Steps from the Move is the fifth studio album by Finnish rockers Hanoi Rocks, produced by the legendary Bob Ezrin (Alice Cooper, KISS, Lou Reed). This fast and furious album opens with CCR cover "Up Around the Bend" and is filled with their biggest hits with song writing assistance from Ian Hunter of Mott the Hoople on such tracks as "Underwater World" and "Boulevard of Broken Dreams". Poised for world domination, the band never recovered after losing their drummer, Razzle, in a fatal car crash. Innovative, yet often overlooked, Hanoi Rocks' career was cut short at a pivotal moment on their rise to stardom.
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Two Steps From The Move (Blk) [180 Gram]
Artist: Hanoi Rocks
Format: Vinyl
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Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Two Steps from the Move is the fifth studio album by Finnish rockers Hanoi Rocks, produced by the legendary Bob Ezrin (Alice Cooper, KISS, Lou Reed). This fast and furious album opens with CCR cover "Up Around the Bend" and is filled with their biggest hits with song writing assistance from Ian Hunter of Mott the Hoople on such tracks as "Underwater World" and "Boulevard of Broken Dreams". Poised for world domination, the band never recovered after losing their drummer, Razzle, in a fatal car crash. Innovative, yet often overlooked, Hanoi Rocks' career was cut short at a pivotal moment on their rise to stardom.
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