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Revelation Highway

Babylon A.D.

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1
Crash and Burn
Babylon A.D.
4:05
2
Fool on Fire
Babylon A.D.
4:02
3
One Million Miles
Babylon A.D.
4:02
4
Tears
Babylon A.D.
5:00
5
She Likes to Give It
Babylon A.D.
4:48
6
Rags to Riches
Babylon A.D.
4:09
7
Last Time for Love
Babylon A.D.
5:08
8
I'm No Good for You
Babylon A.D.
3:53
9
Saturday Night
Babylon A.D.
4:31
10
Don't Tell Me Tonight
Babylon A.D.
3:20
Total Playing Time    42:58
"With four songs revisited and revamped from old demos and the others fresh off the press there’s a timeless feel to this release. If you love great, quality Hard Rock you need to get you some ‘Revelation Highway’."
- The Rockpit

Babylon A.D. celebrate their thirtieth anniversary with the release of Revelation Highway, a commanding album of energetic classic hard rock. The ten fiery tracks of the release bring back the roaring spirit of the 1980s with a forward-looking twist.

"This record kicks ass, from the opening track 'Crash And Burn' to the last track, 'Saturday Night'."
- Derek Davis, Babylon A.D.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Frontiers Music s.r.l Studio Masters

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