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Unified

Sweet & Lynch

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1.1
Promised Land
Sweet & Lynch
4:13
1.2
Walk
Sweet & Lynch
5:37
1.3
Afterlife
Sweet & Lynch
5:05
1.4
Make Your Mark
Sweet & Lynch
4:06
1.5
Tried & True
Sweet & Lynch
4:14
1.6
Unified
Sweet & Lynch
4:27
1.7
Find Your Way
Sweet & Lynch
4:22
1.8
Heart of Fire
Sweet & Lynch
4:15
1.9
Bridge of Broken Lies
Sweet & Lynch
4:39
1.10
Better Man
Sweet & Lynch
5:03
1.11
Live to Die
Sweet & Lynch
4:16
Total Playing Time    50:17
Unified is the debut album from Sweet & Lynch, bringing together guitarist and vocalist Michael Sweet from Stryper and guitarist George Lynch of Lynch Mob and Dokken. The lineup is rounded out by former Megadeth and White Lion bassist James Lomenzo and drummer Brian Tichy from Whitesnake. Sweet describes his band's sound as a combination of '70s and '80s classic and hard rock, citing influences ranging from Journey and Bad Company to Van Halen and each member's own previous groups.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Frontiers Music s.r.l Studio Masters

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