Tierra de Nadie (Barón Rojo album)

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Tierra de Nadie
Studio album by
RecordedMarch-May, 1987
StudioTorres Sonido, Madrid
Genre Heavy metal
Label Chapa Discos
Barón Rojo chronology
En un lugar de la marcha
Tierra de Nadie
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Tierra de Nadie (English: No man's land) is the fifth studio album by the Spanish heavy metal band Barón Rojo. It was released in 1987. [1]

Track listing

Side one
1."Pico de oro"5:22
2."El pedal"5:26
3."La voz de su amo"4:42
4."Tierra de nadie"6:33
Side two
5."Señor Inspector"4:01
6."Sombras en la noche"6:00
7."Pobre Madrid"5:10
8."El precio del futuro"7:43

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