Eric Burdon & War ‎– Eric Burdon Declares "War"

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United Artists Records ‎– UAS 29 238 I
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The Vision Of Rassan
A1 Dedication 2:33
A2 Roll On Kirk 5:07
Tobacco Road
A3 Tobacco Road
Written-By – Loudermilk*
3:47
A4 I Have A Dream 6:39
A5 Tobacco Road
Written-By – Loudermilk*
3:58
B1 Spill The Wine 4:38
Blues For Memphis Soul
B2 Birth 1:31
B3 Mother Earth
Written-By – Chapman*
2:46
B4 Mr. Charlie 3:05
B5 Danish Pastry 3:18
B6 Mother Earth
Written-By – Chapman*
2:28
You're No Stranger
B7 You're No Stranger 1:55

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(P) 1972
Laminated sleeve

Record company on label rim text = United Artists Records GmbH, München
Record company on bottom of rear sleeve = Liberty/UA GmbH, 8 München 22

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A side, stamped): C 29238 A-1 Made in Germany
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B side, stamped): C 29238 B-1 Made in Germany
  • Rights Society: GEMA

Other Versions (5 of 53) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SE 4663 Eric Burdon & War Eric Burdon Declares "War"(LP, Album, Wad) MGM Records SE 4663 US 1970 Sell This Version
B0021037-02 Eric Burdon & War Eric Burdon Declares "War"(CD, Album, RE, RM) Far Out, UMe B0021037-02 US 2015 Sell This Version
23.10041 Eric Burdon & War Eric Burdon Declares "War"(LP, Album) Polydor 23.10041 Uruguay 1970 Sell This Version
SE 4663 Eric Burdon & War Eric Burdon Declares "War"(LP, Album) MCA Records SE 4663 Australia Unknown Sell This Version
SE 4663 Eric Burdon & War Eric Burdon Declares "War"(LP, Album) MGM Records SE 4663 US 1970 Sell This Version

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neighborhood_Threat

neighborhood_Threat

February 26, 2018
edited about 1 year ago

Good pressing, solid sound quality and a nice, thick disc - however, musically, War became a much better band without Eric Burdon. This LP remains an essential listen for the fans (like myself), but it dwells far from the highlights like "The World is a Ghetto" or "Why Can't We Be Friends?".