Tamworth terrors Wolfsbane have re-mastered their 1991 album, 'Down Fall The Good Guys', with the added bonus of two previously unreleased tracks included.
The album (which is available exclusively from the bands webshop here contains the album's original twelve tracks with the addition of 'Find A Way' and 'Wings Of Desire'.
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Wolfsbane guitarist Jase Edwards commented about the two new tracks saying: "When I found them on cassette, I was amazed we'd never done a full studio recording of them for release. They were recorded as demos on our Tascam four-track tape machine in the rehearsal room in the early 90s and never made it onto the album."
The band have recently completed a UK tour to promote the release of their 'Lost Tapes' album which features the band live in the studio in 1993 running through tracks that would eventually appear on their final album titled simply 'Wolfsbane'.
The band split up shortly after its release in 1994 when vocalist Blaze Bayley left the band to become the vocalist in Iron Maiden, replacing the then recently departed Bruce Dickinson. Bayley sang on two Iron Maiden albums before he was in turn replaced by Bruce Dickinson. Bayley has gone onto have a moderately successful solo career.
The track listing for the remastered 'Down Fall The Good Guys' is as follows:
Smashed And Blind
You Load Me Down
Twice As Mean
Cathode Ray Clinic
Temple Of Rock
Dead At Last
Find A Way
Wings Of Desire
Blaze Bayley - Vocals
Jase Edwards - Guitar
Jeff Hateley - Bass
Steve 'Danger' Ellett – Drums
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