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King Kobra - King Kobra III flac album

King Kobra  - King Kobra III flac album
  • Performer King Kobra
  • Title King Kobra III
  • Date of release 1988
  • Style Heavy Metal, Hard Rock
  • Other formats DTS VQF MP4 AIFF MP2 VOC XM
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1247 mb
  • Size FLAC 1588 mb
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King Kobra is the fifth studio album by American hard rock band King Kobra. It was released on April 4, 2011 in Japan with 13 tracks and on April 15, 2011 in Europe and May 5, 2011 in North America with only 12 tracks. It is the first album to feature vocalist Paul Shortino and the first since 1986 to feature Johnny Rod, Mick Sweda and Dave Henzerling (formerly David Michael-Philips) on bass and guitar, respectively. Rock This House" - 4:33. Turn Up the Good (Times)" - 4:41. Live Forever" - 4:21.

King Kobra is a hard rock band founded by drummer Carmine Appice after his tenure with Ozzy Osbourne from 1983 to 1984.

Album, 1988, New Renaissance Records. 1. Mean Street Machine. Album, 2001, MTM Music.

King Kobra III, released in 1988 on New Renaissance Records, was the first and last album by the Edwards, Michael-Phillips, Northrup, Hart and Appice line-up of King Kobra. After the demise of the original line-up, remaining members Carmine Appice and David Michael-Phillips teamed up with Johnny Edwards, Jeff Northrup and Larry Hart, all 3 members of the Sacramento, CA band Northrup at the time.

III (1988) by King Kobra. Labels: Music For Nations, Rocker Records, New Renaissance Records. Genres: Hard Rock, Glam Metal Members: David Michael-Philips, Carmine Appice, Johnny Edwards, Jeff Northrup, Larry Hart.

Producer Spencer Proffer, however, insisted on all new material for the band's major label debut, and the demos were scrapped, never to be released. Combining their ideas and talents, they recorded King Kobra III for Appice's own Rocker Records label. Songs like "Perfect Crime," "Mean Street Machine," " "Red Line" and "Walls Of Silence" exhibited a new maturity and growth in the band's sound. But it was not to last.