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Performer: Spear of Destiny
Title: The Price You Pay
Style: Alternative/Indie Rock,Goth Rock
Duration: 48:36
Relesed: 1988
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 617
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The Price You Pay is the fifth studio album by Spear of Destiny, released by Virgin Records in 1988 (see 1988 in music). All songs written by Kirk Brandon. So In Love With You" - 4:22. View from a Tree" - 3:40. Soldier Soldier" - 2:48. Brave New World" - 4:55. Kirk Brandon - Vocals, guitar. Pete Barnacle - Drums

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Tracklist: 1. So In Love With You, 2. Tinsletown, 3. The Price, 4. I Remember, 5. Dreamtime, 6. Radio Radio, 7. If The Guns, 8. View From A Tree, 9. Junkman. The Price You Pay. By: Spear Of Destiny (1988, Rock). Wrong audio? Try another! More albums from Spear Of Destiny

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 So in Love With You Kirk Brandon Spear of Destiny 4:22
2 Tinseltown Kirk Brandon Spear of Destiny 5:15
3 The Price Kirk Brandon Spear of Destiny 5:11
4 I Remember Kirk Brandon Spear of Destiny 5:50
5 Dreamtime Kirk Brandon Spear of Destiny 4:06
6 Radio Radio Kirk Brandon Spear of Destiny 3:09
7 If the Guns Kirk Brandon Spear of Destiny 4:10
8 View from a Tree Kirk Brandon Spear of Destiny 3:40
9 Junkman Kirk Brandon Spear of Destiny 5:10
10 Soldier Soldier Kirk Brandon Spear of Destiny 2:48
11 Brave New World Kirk Brandon Spear of Destiny 4:55

Credits

Kirk Brandon - Composer
Justin Niebank - Engineer
Alan Shacklock - Producer
Spear of Destiny - Primary Artist
Reviews (1)
Sironynyr
I'm glad to say that this guy Dave whilst sharing a surname, is no relation... Clearly user ratings give a truer picture of this fab album... Listen to the album and decide for yourself, rather than to some WhoTF is DT... I loved it as a teen and love it still and Kirk still belts some of those songs out live and puts many others in the industry to shame! If you don't know the band, go check 'em out; their last two albums 31 (FAB!) and Tontine 2018 I liked plenty and enjoyed live too but I got a copy of price again after not having for some time and it hasn't been out of cd yet! The review here reads like some bitter dude with a personal hang up or axe to grind? SOD and TOH still going strong after all this time and the gang are enjoyable and one of my favourite live acts... Get with the times Dave and perhaps listen to the album and review it, rather than ranting?!!

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