|A||Morgen Blaster (12" Version)|
|B||Morgen Blaster (7" Version)|
|MER 187||Waltzer||Morgen Blaster (7", Single)||Mercury||MER 187||UK||1985|
|880 724-7||Waltzer||Morgen Blaster (7", Single)||Mercury||880 724-7||Netherlands||1985|
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A Morgen Blaster B Strange Emotions. Artwork – Jennie Sealey Design – P. St. John Nettleton Photography By – Donato Cinicolo 3 Producer – John McElhone Written-By – Waltzer. Label Category Country Year. MERX 187 Waltzer Morgen Blaster (12", Single) Mercury MERX 187 UK. 1985. 880 724-7 Waltzer Morgen Blaster (7", Single) Mercury 880 724-7 Netherlands 1985.
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Scott Weiland Talks ‘Blaster’ Album, Comparisons to ‘Core’ + More. Larry Busacca, Getty Images. Scott Weiland is hitting the airwaves again, ramping up to the March 31 release of the Blaster album. The disc finds Weiland working with his group The Wildabouts and Loudwire Nights host Full Metal Jackie recently had a chance to chat with the singer about the Blaster album and his band. Check out the interview below: Scott, the Wildabouts aren't a new band.
A once-great rock frontman gets reduced to tiring self-parody. But on most of Blaster, Weiland’s first all-new solo album since 2008, he suffers from a bad case of Generic Rock Voice, firing off gravelly clichés like, In the nick of time/I was taken by surprise by this girl of mine ( Amethyst ). Unfortunately, this approach is perfectly suited to his new backing band’s unimaginative, Aerosmith-ish hard-rock riffage.