Various - Muchmusic: Power Hour album flac
|A1||–Iron Maiden||Run To The Hills||3:50|
|A2||–Judas Priest||You've Got Another Thing Coming||4:10|
|A3||–Accept||Balls To The Wall||5:42|
|A4||–Scorpions||Rock You Like A Hurricane||4:10|
|A5||–Killer Dwarfs||We Stand Alone||5:06|
|B1||–Ozzy Osbourne||Crazy Train||4:50|
|B4||–Lee Aaron||Metal Queen||4:56|
|B5||–Poison||Talk Dirty To Me||3:43|
|B6||–Thin Lizzy||The Boys Are Back In Town||4:48|
- Distributed By – CBS Music Products Inc.
|DMK 118||Various||Muchmusic: Power Hour (CD, Comp)||CBS Direct||DMK 118||Canada||1989|
|DMBT-118||Various||Muchmusic: Power Hour (Cass, Comp)||CBS Direct||DMBT-118||Canada||1989|
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Label: CBS Direct – DMK 118 Type: CD, Compilation Country: Canada Date of released: 1989 Category: Rock Style: Heavy Metal.
The Power Hour Album.
MuchMusic meant a lot of different things to a lot of different people, but here are my picks for their top VJs of all time. Mike Williams was the original eclectic Don, a breezy Metal head (hosting Pepsi Power Hour ), soul brother ( Soul in the City ) and Hip-Hop bona fide ( Rap City ) with a velvet voice and laid back persona.
MuchDance is a series of pop/dance albums featuring various artists compiled, mixed and released by the Canadian television station MuchMusic, beginning in 1997
The Pepsi Power Hour was a live one-hour program that aired on the MuchMusic television channel in Canada from 1986 to 1991. It ran once weekly every Thursday, until 1989 when a Tuesday hour was added. The show was dedicated to hard rock and heavy metal music videos, and showcased a variety of well and lesser known artists. It balanced coverage of major international acts, with newer bands, and a variety of Canadian acts both major label and independent
The Pepsi Power Hour was a live one-hour program that aired on the MuchMusic television channel in Canada from 1986 to 1991. It balanced coverage of major international acts, with newer bands, and a variety of Canadian acts both major label and independent. Tommy Lee on the Much Music's 'Power Hour' 1989. Fattern - Pepsi Power.
Mix up power hour lots of genres and clips.