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Virtue  - We Stand To Fight flac album
Title:
We Stand To Fight
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Style:
Heavy Metal
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1696 mb
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Rating:
4.4 ✪

Album Name We Stand to Fight. Type 7''. Released date 1985. Labels Other Records. Members owning this album11. 1. We Stand to Fight.

Virtue Album Photos (1). We Stand to Fight Album Photos (1). Kingdom.

Tonight, we stand tonight We stand to fight Where are the heroes? The prey Don't be afraid, we'll withstand this wave There's nothing left, the river's running red With spirits running high will we ever die? When the sun goes down, will we all be dead? We fought for our lives Dead or alive Live and let die. Tonight, we stand tonight We stand to fight Where are the heroes? Tonight, we stand tonight We stand to fight Where are the heroes tonight! Tonight, we stand tonight We stand to fight Where are the heroes? Tonight, we stand tonight We stand to fight Where are the heroes.

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Country of origin: United Kingdom. The band's first demo Virtue-Defenders was released on tape in 1984: At that time the band consisted of the Sheldon brothers Matt and Tudor, Metcalfe, Reader and Lewington. As the result wasn't satisfying the band almost split-up. The lineup was almost completely revamped then, with the Sheldon brothers being the only remaining members.

The Voidz‘ sophomore album, Virtue, was created with a goal in mind: to be a part of the mainstream music industry without losing their artistical value. Casablancas said in an interview with Revista Playlist: We want to get to the mainstream to put there music that matters. They intended to do something more universal with Virtue, more appealing to a wider audience.

Why We Fight is the first album from Seattle-based Gatsbys American Dream. It is presumably named after the World War II documentary series. It is the only album including former drummer Dustin McGhye who remained for two tours after the CD release and was replaced by Waxwing drummer Rudy Gajadhar, and bassist Josh Berg who remained only to the end of the recording session, where he was replaced by current bassist Kirk Huffman.