Thunderdome (album)

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Thunderdome
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Studio album by
Released8 June 2004
Genre Hard rock
Length59:26
Label SPV/Steamhammer
Producer Dennis Ward
Pink Cream 69 chronology
Endangered
(2001)
Thunderdome
(2004)
In10sity
(2007)

Thunderdome is the ninth studio album by German hard rock band Pink Cream 69.

Contents

Track listing

No.TitleLyricsMusicLength
1."The Last Stance"IntroIntro0:57
2."Thunderdome"Dennis WardWard4:26
3."Gods Come Together"WardAlfred Koffler4:46
4."Carnaby Road"Ward, David ReadmanKoffler4:50
5."Here I Am"ReadmanReadman, Ward4:58
6."That Was Yesterday"ReadmanReadman4:45
7."Shelter"WardWard4:48
8."Retro Lullaby"WardKoffler4:02
9."My Sharona" Doug Fieger Berton Averre, Fieger4:21
10."As Deep As I Am"WardWard5:33
11."Another Wrong Makes Right"WardKoffler, Ward5:05
12."See Your Face"WardKoffler4:01
13."Carved In Stone"ReadmanReadman3:34
14."The Edge Of Sorrow (Japanese bonus track)"  3:46

Personnel

Production

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