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Ken Tamplin


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Category: Glam
Year: 1993
Label: Benson
Catalog Number: 84418-2229-2
Rating: 8.59 out of 10. (17 ratings)

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Ken Tamplin lead and backing vocals, rhythm guitar
David Raven drums
Robert Kent bass
Scott Van Zen lead guitar
1.  Dancing on a Volcano  4:18
2.  Slave Trade  4:14
3.  Testify  5:27
4.  Mystery Train  4:26
5.  Don't Let the Sky Fall on Me  6:23
6.  In the Lap of Legends  4:25
7.  When the Clock Runs Down  5:25
8.  Get Out of My Sun  4:31
9.  All the King's Horses  5:31
10.  Movers and Shakers  4:50
11.  Suspicious Eyes  4:20
Total Running Time:  53:50

Existing comments about this CD

From: MSJanke   (IP unknown) Date: June 4, 2001 at 18:38
Tamplin's third solo project, and also his all-around hardest. Good writing, too. Soul Survivor remains his best, though, imo.
From: james   (IP unknown) Date: November 22, 2001 at 14:57
Have you heard that SHOUT are back together!!!!
From: BPG   (IP unknown) Date: February 18, 2002 at 10:43
Ken heaviest cd, I love it. Shouts' latest cd isn't a heavy as this, but then again, it's been a few years.
From: Tom   (IP unknown) Date: March 26, 2002 at 2:14
Ken gets a little too crazy with the BGV's on this one. Plus, if you listen to the song Testify, then listen to Little Liar from the Shout-At The Top Of Their Lungs record, its the same song. The interlude in the middle sounds EXACTLY the same. You could basically tell that Ken was simply rehashing old material. I didn't like this CD very much. His earlier stuff and the stuff with Shout was much better.
From: Salomonkey   (IP unknown) Date: April 27, 2004 at 0:27
Very good album without slow songs. This is fast and heavy.

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