|Time To React - Live!|
|Live album by Allegiance|
|Recorded||17 December 1994|
Time To React - Live! is the first live album by Australian Thrash metal band Allegiance, released in 1995. The album was recorded live at Triple J Studios in Perth, Western Australia on 17 December 1994.
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