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Domain - One Million Lightyears From Home mp3 track

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Performer: Domain
Title: One Million Lightyears From Home
Released: 2001
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.9 ✦
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One Million Lightyears From Home. This song is by Domain and appears on the album One Million Lightyears From Home (2001). Come take my hand - go for the real thingNow is the time to take what is yours. Just raise your hands - don't fight the feelingsWe just can take on this whole world by storm.

Band Domain Info: Germany Info: One Million Lightyears From Home Style: Hard Rock/Hard’n’Heavy Years: 2001 Info: Lossless/APE (image+. cue,scans) Rip By: booddoom Info: 362 Mb. Tracklist: 01. One Million Lightyears From Home 02. Trail Of Fools 03. Can’t Stand 04.

LyricsOne Million Lightyears fro. omain. Written by: Axel Ritt. All our hearts are burning All our minds are turning We'll get together in a great harmony We're gonna live forever We're gonna give forever Keeping the faith in our own destiny Keeping the faith - we're gonna keep the faith. More lyrics from the album. The Essence of Glory. One Million Lightyears from Home.

One Million Lightyears from Home Domain. 2000 Light Years From Home Sky Cries Mary. Tine Bealtaine (1. 00 Lightyears From Home Remix) Omnia. So Far From Home (Original Mix) DJ ALIGATOR. Blistered Soul Domain. Fumble Fingers Domain.

About 1 light year away from power metal. 81%. hells unicorn, June 8th, 2010. The album’s opener and title track One Million Light Years From Home is all but a total dead ringer for the opening rock anthem from the 1988 debut Lost In The City, save a closing burst into semi-speed metal territory close to the end. Can’t Stand gets even further into the depths of 80s cheese and listens like a sort of Bon Jovi meets Dokken hybrid, and definitely makes no attempts at crossing into metal territory. It’s a solid album considering the genre that it is in, although much like the 88’-91’ material, it is pretty predictable and steeped in 80s cliché. Much of it sounds like it could have been written right before the band broke up in the early 90s, and all of it is a fair distance from where this band will end up in the coming years.