On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Taran-Te´ - Mean Machine. Photo of Taran-Te´ - Mean Machine. More albums of Taran-Te´: Blasphemix Yonal.
On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Taran Te' - Twilight Zone. Label: Hadshot Haheizar - 005 Format: Vinyl, 12" Country: Germany Released: 1997 Genre: Electronic Style: Goa Trance. And you can download the album in one file to your computer or tablet or phone. Attention! All audio material is presented solely for information.
9. Blood Suckin' Woman. Mean Machine (CD, Album, RE, Unofficial). Battle Cry Records (2). BC 030. Russia. Hot Blood 8712 CD. Tyrant (13). Mean Machine (CD, Album).
040) 7328788/89, Telex 214825 coron-d. Made in West-Germany. All songs written and arranged by Tyrant. Produced by Tyrant for GAMA. Recorded and mixed at Spygel Studios, Kirchheim, July/August 1984. Engineered by Batze Kramer. Mixed by Manfred Lohse. Inner Sleeve By Susanne Brejl Cover Design By Tyrant. Photos by Gunter Kuch and Leory Hieber. Thanks to Leory for the studio and the advice.
Band Name Tyrant (GER). Album Name Mean Machine. Дата релиза Октябрь 1984. Лейблы Battle Cry Records Camel Records. Музыкальный стильHeavy Metal. Владельцы этого альбома28. Re-Issue in 2009 by Battle Cry Records with 4 bonustracks.
Mean Machine (1984) by Tyrant. Labels: Mausoleum Records. Genres: Heavy Metal Members: Kerrmit, King Carl Tomaschko, Holger Thiele, Andre Papack, Micky Budde.
Mean Machine is the second studio album by the German heavy metal band . It was released in 1989 by RCA Records. After their previous album, Animal House, Peter Szigeti had been replaced by Andy Susemihl from Sinner, Frank Rittel by Thomas Smuszynski (who later went on to Running Wild) and Thomas Franke by Stefan Schwarzmann. Dieter Rubach, who joined the band after the recording of Animal House left and was replaced by Smuszynski.
The Mean Machine is an album by American jazz organist Jimmy McGriff recorded in 1976 and released on the Groove Merchant label. Employing electric piano as much as his signature organ, its grooves are disappointingly tepid, favoring a CTI-inspired smooth jazz approach at odds with McGriff's essential funkiness