LIONSHEART Live Album Sees Light Of Day

LIONSHEART, the early '90s British melodic rock outfit that sold nearly 350,000 copies in Japan with their first two albums, has issued a live CD, entitled Rising Sons — Live In Tokyo 1993, through Zoom Club Records. Featuring the powerhouse vocals of former GRIM REAPER/ONSLAUGHT frontman Steve Grimmett, this live recording from the Sun Plaza in Tokyo includes the highlights from LIONSHEART's brief recording career along with a couple of classic GRIM REAPER numbers. The full track listing for the effort is as follows:

01. Had Enough
02. Have Mercy
03. Ready Or Not
04. So Cold
05. All I Need
06. Portrait
07. Stealer
08. Living In A Fantasy
09. World Of Pain
10. Can't Believe
11. Rock You To Hell
12. Going Down
13. Good Enough
14. Pain In My Heart
15. See You In Hell


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