Hunter (8)

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HUNTER was the moniker adopted by Down Under cult legends DRAGON when in the second half of the '80s their record company bet on the band's international success. Originated in New Zealand during the Seventies, Dragon moved to Australia gaining great success.
After several albums and a move to more commercial sounds, in 1985 Polydor flew the band to New York to work with Todd Rundgren as producer for their new album "Dreams Of Ordinary Men". With a big budget at hand, the result was a glossy recording which enhanced the already melodic, light AOR essence of most the songs. The album was released in 1986 as Dragon on the cover.
But Dragon's label & management decided to launch the band as the new 'Aussie phenomenon', and not only switched the name to HUNTER (last name of founder Todd Hunter and his bro, iconic vocalist Marc), but also ordered the remix of the whole thing to turning it more appealing worldwide.
(Source: http://hardrockaorheaven.blogspot.de/2014/12/HUNTER-Dreams-Of-Ordinary-Men-1987-Dragon-Marc-Hunter-Little-River-Band-Todd-Rundgren.html)
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Hunter (8) Discography Tracks

Albums

Hunter (8) - Dreams Of Ordinary Men album art Hunter (8) Dreams Of Ordinary Men (Album) Polydor Germany 1986 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Hunter (8) - Dreams Of Ordinary Men album art Hunter (8) Dreams Of Ordinary Men (Single, Maxi) Polydor UK 1986 Sell This Version
Hunter (8) - Speak No Evil album art Hunter (8) Speak No Evil (Maxi) Polydor Germany 1986 Sell This Version

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