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  1. Garn

    Complete song listing of Spear Of Destiny on giastouttercaptpupdavagoticityma.coinfo Spear Of Destiny ~ Songs List | giastouttercaptpupdavagoticityma.coinfo COVID We have resumed very limited warehouse and shipping operations.
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    Spear of Destiny Voltunteers is the eighth full-length studio album by British post-punk band, Spear of Destiny. The album features a re-recording of "Never Take Me Alive", the band's highest-placing single.5/5(1).
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    Official Singles Chart Top - The Official UK Top 40 chart is compiled by the Official Charts Company, based on official sales of sales of downloads, CD.
  4. Kejind

    The music and lyrics are also as potent as any Spear of Destiny product. The social commentary on Thatcher's Britain is spot on - "Land of Shame!" Even though the songs on World Service (previous album) are more radio friendly and accessible and also a five star album, I think this is the album I played more back in the eighties/5(11).
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    It included the hit single "Never Take Me Alive" which reached No. 14 on the UK Singles Chart in - Spear of Destiny's only Top 20 hit in the giastouttercaptpupdavagoticityma.coinfo other singles were released from the album, namely "Strangers in Our Town", "Was .
  6. Kekasa

    the singles by spear of destiny buy online at resident, includes 'the wheel', 'prisoner of love', 'liberator', 'all my love', 'come back', This 58 track 4 CD clamshell box set rounds up all of the releases on Virgin Records in the late 80’s by the seminal Spear Of Destiny.
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    Don't ask me when I'm coming back again I reckon it's only a matter of time Before the law kick in the door Mother I'm running out of change, but I had to phone to let you know They'll never take me alive They'll never take me alive Mother I killed someone It wasn't that I hated him You see, he was trying to stop me but he found out I've gone.
  8. Akinor

    With decent, but uncredited sleevenotes, this double-disc set delivers all the Spear singles up to their initial split in the 7”s on Disc One and the obligatory 12” mixes on Disc Two. It’s heavily produced, dark, brooding stuff that borders on the pretentious, but which can still pack a .

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