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Regressive Evolution - Shakra - Everest (CD, Album)

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  1. Goktilar says:
    Aug 18,  · "Everest" may be the best release of Swiss rockers Shakra's career, but shortly after its release the band announced vocalist Mark Fox would be leaving the band due to conflicts with Shakra's business partners. What a shame because Fox's vocals on "Everest" are his best performance in the six years he has been with Shakra..
  2. Gonos says:
    "Everest" is the 8th studio album by Swiss hard rock band "Shakra" originally released in "Everest" finds the estbalished line-up of lead singer Mark Fox, guitarists Thom Blunier and Thomas Muster, bassist Domink Pfister and drummer Roger Tanner delivering another high-quality slice of Swiss-Hard rock in the style of "Gotthard" (mixed with some of the more melodic elements of "Pretty Maids".5/5(4).
  3. Sabei says:
    Everest Shakra. Type: Full-length Release date: April 17th, Catalog ID: AFM Label: AFM Records Format: CD Reviews: None yet Songs; Lineup; Other versions; Reviews; Additional notes; 1. Ashes to Ashes Show lyrics Regressive Evolution Show lyrics (loading lyrics) 8. Anybody Out There
  4. Shashicage says:
    Everest, an album by Shakra on Spotify. Regressive Evolution. 8. Anybody out There. 9. More by Shakra. Mad World. Snakes & Ladders. High Noon. The Live Side. Powerplay. More Shakra. Listen to Everest now. Listen to Everest in full in the Spotify app. Play on Spotify ℗ Sony Music Entertainment (Switzerland.
  5. Kegore says:
    Everest, an Album by Shakra. Released 17 April on AFM (catalog no. AFM ; CD). Genres: Hard Rock.
  6. Tojanris says:
    Apr 17,  · "Everest" is the 8th studio album by Swiss hard rock band "Shakra" originally released in "Everest" finds the estbalished line-up of lead singer Mark Fox, guitarists Thom Blunier and Thomas Muster, bassist Domink Pfister and drummer Roger Tanner delivering another high-quality slice of Swiss-Hard rock in the style of "Gotthard" (mixed with some of the more melodic elements of /5(13).
  7. Jusho says:
    Apr 17,  · The guys of Shakra called their new album "Everest", to show us how ambitious they are. Mount Everest is indeed an impressive mountain and so is this new album from this five piece, following 's "Infected". New on board is bass player Dominik Pfister, who replaces Oli Linder, but that didn't change the sound of the band a single bit.

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