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Moment of Truth is an album by ELO Part II, released on 1 October 1994. The cover illustration by Graham Reynolds depicts an incandescent light bulb shattering. The light bulb image continues a visual theme that began with the light bulb depicted on the cover of Electric Light Orchestra's debut album. Moment of Truth" (Overture) (Louis Clark) – 4:07. Breakin' Down the Walls" (Phil Bates) – 4:27. Power of a Million Lights" (Eric Troyer) – 4:54. Interlude 3" (Clark) – 0:32.
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Hardcore The Spudmonsters. Band Name The Spudmonsters. Album Name Moment Of Truth. Data de lançamento 1997. Labels Massacre Records. Estilo de MúsicaHardcore. Membros têm este álbum12.
Produced for Bergen-Whitelaw Productions Ltd. Recorded at Media Sound, New York, CI Recording, New York & Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia. Mastered at Frankford/Wayne, New York. GEMA, LC 3905 (P)(C) 1977 Salsoul Record Corporation Made in Germany by Teldec "Telefunken" Decca Schallplatten-GmbH. Other Versions (5 of 11) View All. Cat.
Moment of Truth made the breakup seem all the more regrettable. Minus the input of her colleagues from Berlin, Nunn delivers a run-of-the-mill pop/rock offering that isn't terrible, but pales in comparison to her inspired performances on Berlin gems. Despite a few decent spots, including the rap/rock protest song "89 Lines" and the single "Let Me Be the One," the album really isn't worth the price of admission. Any one of Berlin's three albums would be a much better investment.
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