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A nice compilation album released in March containing remastered tracks from his collaborations over the years. Marcello/Vestry, Laneslide, Last Temptation, etc. This first track is from a band called "The Pack" and the second one is from a band called "Devias". Does anybody have these albums? They sound great.

 

 

 

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Devias never release an album, they on a two  Compilations

Desperate is on the Foundations Forum 88 disc, with Kix, Majesty ( Dream Theater), Jetboy, Warrant and Queensryche. Which was promo for event. There none for sale on Discogs. The other compilation which Devias is on only vinyl and features another track,  Bad Girls.

For the Pack, there nothing on Disc according to Discogs.

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1 hour ago, Stefan said:

Ugh. You know there's a search feature right up there in the upper right corner? <_<

I was planning to check if you'd covered it already. Not sure why I didn't. 

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I really don't know how I missed your original posts. I also try to keep tabs on new additions to the main site on a regular basis, but I missed this one being added. I must be loosing my touch.

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Funnily enough, I googled these two bands recently too, after hearing this album. I found out pretty much what Doggy says so it was basically a dead-end, but I'd never heard Last Temptation before and that's a pretty decent album, with a handful of killer tunes on it. Glad I was led to that one. 

The Marcello/Vestry b-side is essential too. 

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