Blister'd Toad - Blister'd Toad download album
- Album: Blister'd Toad
- FLAC: 1251 mb | MP3: 1572 mb
- Released: 1994
- Style: Heavy Metal
- Rating: 4.6/5
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Blister'd Toad – Blister'd Toad. Label: Toadstool – none.
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Toad is the eponymous debut album by the Swiss rock band of the same name. It was engineered by British producer Martin Birch. After the recording finished, singer Benjamin Jaeger left the group and was not replaced. Cottonwood Hill" (music - Frohlich, lyrics - Jaeger) 8:35. A Life That Ain't Worth Living" (music & lyrics - Vergeat) 3:30. Tank" (music & lyrics - Vergeat) 3:28. They Say I'm Mad" (music - Vergeat, lyrics - Frohlich) 6:47. Life Goes On" (music - Frohlich, lyrics - Jaeger) 11:58.
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Toad was a Swiss hard rock band, formed by ex-Brainticket members in Basel, Switzerland during 1970. Their best known songs were covers of Jimi Hendrix's "Purple Haze" and The Beatles' "I Saw Her Standing There", along with originals "Usin' My Life" and "Stay!". Their first two albums were engineered by Martin Birch. Though the band was not commercially successful outside of their own country, they were a popular live act because of their ferocity, musicianship and stage antics.
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- Backing Vocals – Michael Trayford
- Bass – David William Henriod
- Drums – Plumb
- Guitar – Matthew Roy Reis, Rick Crocco
- Vocals – Chris Morrison