Victory (3) ‎– Temples Of Gold

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Metronome ‎– POCP-1046
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CD, Album
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Tracklist

1 Rock 'N' Roll Kids Forever 3:22
2 Backseat Rider 3:14
3 Standing Like A Rock 3:26
4 All Aboard 3:19
5 Hell And Back 3:21
6 Temples Of Gold 3:54
7 Take The Pace 4:05
8 Rock The Neighbours 3:27
9 Mr. President 3:03
10 Break Away 3:24
11 Fighting Back The Tears 6:42
12 The 9th Of November 4:30
13 More And More 3:17
14 Don't Tell No Lies 4:48
15 Never Satisfied 3:14

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Credits

Notes

Tracks 1 to 12 recorded at Wisseloord Studios (Hilversum, Holland) during March & April '90.
Tracks 13 to 15 recorded live in L.A.

℗ + © 1990 Metronome Musik GmbH, Hamburg
Original Sound Recording made by Metronome Musik GmbH

Polydor K.K. Made in Japan YO

Published by Wintrup Musikverlage, Detmold, Germany

The actual track times differ from those listed on the release. Listed on the release as:
1 - 3:18
2 - 3:12
3 - 3:25
4 - 3:17
5 - 3:19
6 - 3:51
7 - 4:02
8 - 3:24
9 - 3:00
10 - 3:21
11 - 6:41
12 - 4:30
13 - 3:12
14 - 4:42
15 - 2:43

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 4 988005 072009
  • Barcode (Scanned): 4988005072009
  • Rights Society: JASRAC
  • Matrix / Runout: POCP-1046-A1F V
  • Other: (Price including tax): 税込定価 ¥2,800
  • Other: (Price excluding tax ): 税抜価格 ¥2,718

Other Versions (5 of 7) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
843 979-1 Victory (3) Temples Of Gold(LP, Album) Metronome 843 979-1 Germany 1990 Sell This Version
POCP-1046 Victory (3) Temples Of Gold(CD, Album, Unofficial) Metronome (2) POCP-1046 Russia Unknown Sell This Version
843 979-1 Victory (3) Temples Of Gold(LP, Album + 12", Ltd) Metronome 843 979-1 Germany 1990 Sell This Version
843 979-2 Victory (3) Temples Of Gold(CD, Album) Metronome 843 979-2 Germany 1990 Sell This Version
843 979-2 Victory (3) Temples Of Gold(CD, Album, RP) Metronome 843 979-2 Germany Unknown Sell This Version

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foreverrock

foreverrock

March 1, 2017

VICTORY is a clear example of a great group that never make it big.
This is one of those few bands accepted on both sides of the river, headbangers and hardrockers. "Temples Of Gold" is mostly regarded as their second-best album after their predecessor "Culture Killed The Native". I like 'em both. Dynamic and never boring songs, with punch, razor sharp guitars and vintage eighties feel.
Many tracks verging Melodic Metal, like "Hell And Black" (reminds me monsters ACCEPT) or "Take The Pace", to melodic hard rock gems; "Standing Like A Rock", "Rock 'N' Roll Kids Forever".