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Damn Yankees, Don't Tread

Audio CD

Disk ID: 1246449

Disk length: 53m 9s (11 Tracks)

Original Release Date: 1992

Label: Unknown

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Tracks & Durations

1. Don't Tread On Me 5:08
2. Fifteen Minutes Of Fame 4:50
3. Where You Goin' Now 4:40
4. Dirty Dog 4:53
5. Mister Please 4:19
6. Silence Is Broken 5:03
7. Firefly 4:57
8. Someone To Believe 4:57
9. This Side Of Hell 4:00
10. Double Coyote 4:44
11. Uprising 5:31

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Fans of powerful rock riffs, melodic fist-pumping ballads and heavy harmonies got yanked to the max in 1990 when Ted Nugent, Tommy Shaw (vocalist/guitarist of Styx), Jack Blades (vocalist/bassist/songwriter of Night Ranger) and drummer Michael Carellone joined forces to form the super group Damn Yankees. This CD is a reissue of their second (and final) album, originally released on the Warner Bros. record label in 1992. When released, the album peaked as high as #22 on the Billboard 200 chart, and spawned a number of charting singles, including the title track and "Where You Goin' Now," "Silence Is Broken" and "Mister Please."Ted Nugent, Tommy Shaw from Styx & Night Ranger's Jack Blades formed the hard rock supergroup Damn Yankees in 1990. This 1992 original Warner Bros. album was the band's second & final outing. 2003 Collectables reissue.

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Don't Tread

Tracks: 11, Disk length: 53m 9s

Don't Tread

Tracks: 11, Disk length: 49m 53s (-4m 44s)

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