Black Hearts & Jaded Spades/Ain't Misbehavin' - Tokyo Blade

Black Hearts & Jaded Spades/Ain't Misbehavin'
0s heavy metallists Tokyo Blade have been through numerous line up changes during their career, but their only constant throughout it all was founding member Andy Boulton (guitar).

First going by such names as White Diamond, Killer, and Genghis Khan, the group eventually settled on Tokyo Blade, and premiered in the early '80s. Tokyo Blade issued their debut recording in 1984 (which was selftitled in the United Kingdom, and titled Midnight Rendezvous everywhere else), featuring the line-up of Alan Marsh (vocals), Andy Wrighton (bass), John Wiggins (guitar), and Steve Pierce (drums), in addition to Boulton.

Following on from the well-received first album Cherry Red are continuing with releasing the bands studio albums with a 2 1 package of Black Hearts and Jaded Spades and Ain’t Misbehavin, both recorded in the 1980 s they reflect the bands attempt at crossing over to a more melodic style, critically well received at the time these reissues tell the story of the band at that time.
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Disc OneDirty Face Angel / Make It Through The Night / Always / Lovin' You Is An Easy Thing To Do / Undercover Honeymoon / You Are The Heart / Blackhearts And Jaded Spades / Tough Guys Tumble / Dancing In Blue Moonlight / Playroom Of Poison Dreams / Monkey's Blood / The Magic Roundabout

Disc Two Heartbreaker / Too Much Too Soon / Watch Your Step / Movie Star / Hot For Love / Tokyo City / Love And Hate / Don't Walk Away / Ain’t Misbehavin’
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Please Note: This title is released November 24 and will not be dispatched before this date.

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