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Rise Up - Daniel Band - Best Of Daniel Band (Cassette, Album)

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  • Faujind
    says:
    Daniel Band discography and songs: Music profile for Daniel Band, formed Genres: Hard Rock. Albums include Running Out of Time, On Rock, and Rise Up.
  • Kigazshura
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    They were a really good straight up guitar rock band, who's heyday was the early to mid 80s. 'Rise Up' is 1 of 2 Daniel Band vinyl records I found on Amazon. They hailed from Canada and along with the like of Rez Band, Petra, and Barnabas, paved the way for the later wave of Christian oriented hard rock and metal bands to come later/5(10).
  • Faerr
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    Third Daniel Band album from , the Refuge Records release Run From The Darkness, was really when the Toronto, Canada based act hit its kekandustlisormavoburlitodeerow.coinfo, its first two albums were good, including Lamb & Lion Records debut On Rock and sophomore effort Straight Ahead from the following year, and deserve their share of accolades, but you cannot beat the choice combination of songwriting.
  • Grozshura
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    Aug 22,  · Daniel Band - Rise Up (Full Album) - Duration: Christian Metal 10, views. the best of Red Hot Chili Peppers - Duration: Janna Sazontyeva Recommended for you.
  • Vudozil
    says:
    Label: Refuge Records - SPCN • Format: Cassette Album XDR HX PRO B NR • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Non-Music, Pop • Style: Religious Daniel Band - Rise Up (XDR HX PRO B NR, Cassette) | Discogs.
  • Tushura
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    Aug 22,  · Provided to YouTube by CDBaby You're All I Need · DANIEL BAND STRAIGHT AHEAD ℗ Retroactive Records Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.
  • Dushicage
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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Best Of Daniel Band on Discogs. Label: Refuge Records - • Format: CD Album, Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal5/5(1).
  • Bat
    says:
    Rise Up might not represent Daniel Band’s best effort, but it holds up with plenty of classic tracks in addition to the talented duo of McCabe and Rossi, who always work best when together as opposed to apart (reflected in the side projects of the two outside Daniel Band, which while far from bad are not quite on the same level).
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