The Mad Hatters - Eve Of Destruction album flac
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|A||Eve Of Destruction
Written By – P. F. Sloan
|B||Dancing With The Dead / All Night Music
Written By – O'Niel, Wilde, O'Neil
- Produced At – Cherry Studios
- Designed At – LM Graphics
- Mastered At – Sterling Sound
- Bass – Jeremy O'Neil
- Design – Larry Matthews
- Drum – Gavin Clarke
- Engineer – Andy Dolby
- Guitar – Davy O'Niel
- Harmonica – Bob Pritchard
- Mastered By – Greg Calbi
- Mixed By – Andy Dolby
- Producer – The Mad Hatters
- Vocals – Davy O'Niel (tracks: Second part of B), Randy Dash (tracks: A, first part of B)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Etched runout Side A): MH-0022-A
- Barcode (Etched runout side B): MH-0022-B
- Barcode (Stamped in runout both sides): Sterling (EDP in oval)
|MC002||The Mad Hatters||Eve Of Destruction (7", EP)||Fuz Records International||MC002||US||1984|
Band: Hostile Album: Eve Of Destruction Album Music: Fuelled By Hate. The Orchard Music (от лица компании "Vigilante").
Lyrics adapted from Barry McGuire's 1965 'Eve Of Destruction' by Josie Critter Additional lyrics - Aiden and Isaac Abbey Music - Vox - Josie Critter.
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A. Eve Of Destruction. Written By – P. F. Sloan. B. Dancing With The Dead, All Night Music. Written By – O'Niel, Wilde, O'Neil.
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