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Really love the songwriting by the Martin brothers.. Surely one of the biggest finds in melodic rock in recent times. just wondering if ive missed any albums they either appear on or write tracks for. i know theyre on:

Khymera

Vega

Sunstorm

Los Angeles

 

anything else?

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For Bel's Boys debut album People Lets Go (co written with Alistair Griffin and Chris and Tony Griffiths)

Reaching Out

For Do's album Do (co written with Alistair Griffin)

Angel By My Side

For Khymera's 2nd album,A New Promise

Alone

Let It Burn

All That I Have

Tomorrow Never comes

Fields Of Fire

Give In to The World

All Is Gone

For Khymera's 3rd album,The Greatest Wonder

Ablaze (intro)

Beautiful Life

Borderline

Burn Out

Since You Went Away

Love Had Come And Gone

No Sacrifice

The Greatest Wonder

Fight For Yesterday

If I Can't Be

Love Will Find You

Stay Forever

The Other Side

Tommy Funderburk's album, Anything for You

To Say You Love Me

House of Lords 5th album, World Upside Down

Million Miles

Ghost Of Time

Tracks written or co-written for Ted Poley's album, Smile

If I Cant Change Your Heart

Going Blind

Waiting Line

Where It Ends

From The Inside's album (featuring Danny Vaughn), Visions

If It's Not Love

Listen To Your Heart

21st Century

Days Of Hunger

One More Night In Heaven.

For Sunstorm and Joe Lyn Turner's album, House of Dreams

Divided

Dont Give Up

The Spirit Inside

House of Dreams

For Issa's album, Sign of Angels (co written with Nick Workman)

River of Love

As I Live And Breathe

For First Signal ft Harry Hess's album First Signal

Into The Night

This City

First Signal

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For Bel's Boys debut album People Lets Go (co written with Alistair Griffin and Chris and Tony Griffiths)

Reaching Out

For Do's album Do (co written with Alistair Griffin)

Angel By My Side

For Khymera's 2nd album,A New Promise

Alone

Let It Burn

All That I Have

Tomorrow Never comes

Fields Of Fire

Give In to The World

All Is Gone

For Khymera's 3rd album,The Greatest Wonder

Ablaze (intro)

Beautiful Life

Borderline

Burn Out

Since You Went Away

Love Had Come And Gone

No Sacrifice

The Greatest Wonder

Fight For Yesterday

If I Can't Be

Love Will Find You

Stay Forever

The Other Side

Tommy Funderburk's album, Anything for You

To Say You Love Me

House of Lords 5th album, World Upside Down

Million Miles

Ghost Of Time

Tracks written or co-written for Ted Poley's album, Smile

If I Cant Change Your Heart

Going Blind

Waiting Line

Where It Ends

From The Inside's album (featuring Danny Vaughn), Visions

If It's Not Love

Listen To Your Heart

21st Century

Days Of Hunger

One More Night In Heaven.

For Sunstorm and Joe Lyn Turner's album, House of Dreams

Divided

Dont Give Up

The Spirit Inside

House of Dreams

For Issa's album, Sign of Angels (co written with Nick Workman)

River of Love

As I Live And Breathe

For First Signal ft Harry Hess's album First Signal

Into The Night

This City

First Signal

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