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Ten - The Dragon And Saint George [EP] (2015)

2-11-2015, 12:11
Music | Pop | Rock | FLAC / APE

Title: The Dragon And Saint George [EP]
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Rocktopia Records [RTP004EP]
Genre: Melodic Hard Rock, AOR
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue+.log) | Mp3
Total Time: 27:50
Total Size: 267 MB | 113 MB (Scans)

On the back of such well received albums 'Albion' and 'Isla De Muerta', released a mere 6 months apart like their debut and follow up back in 1996, the UK's highly-rated melodic hard rock band Ten release their first EP for many years.

Featuring exclusive artwork from Gaetano Di Falco, the EP also boast three previously unreleased tracks. These are no mere cast-off, but potential bone-fide classic, with 'Muskateers: Soldiers of the King' being right up their with the best historical Ten epics, while 'The Prodigal Saviour' and 'Is There Anyone With Sense' returns to the more melodic AOR of the debut. The EP also includes the European bonus track 'We Can Be As One', so for Japan and the Far East, there are 4 unreleased tracks.

The booklet also contains written note by Gary Hughes on every song on 'Isla De Muerta' as well as the unreleased tracks found here, making for a totally indispensable package for all fans of wonderful melodic hard rock.


01. The Dragon And Saint George [05:19]
02. Musketeers: Soldiers Of The King [04:10]
03. Is There Anyone With Sense [05:18]
04. The Prodigal Saviour [04:15]
05. Albion Born [05:22]
06. We Can Be As One [03:30]

Gary Hughes – vocals, guitars & programming
Dann Rosingana – guitars
John Halliwell – guitars
Steve Grocott - guitars
Darrel Treece-Birch – keyboards
Steve McKenna – bass guitars
Max Yates – drums and percussion
Karen Fell - additional backing vocals

Ten - The Dragon And Saint George [EP] (2015)

Ten - The Dragon And Saint George [EP] (2015)

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