Too (Kingdom Come album)

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ReleasedNovember 21, 2000
Genre Heavy metal, hard rock
Label Eagle Records
Producer Lenny Wolf
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Too is the seventh album by the band Kingdom Come. It contains eight new tracks and three re-recordings of previously released Stone Fury songs.


Track listing

1."It Ain't So Bad" Lenny Wolf 4:33
2."Free Your Mind"Luca Maric, Wolf3:42
4."Too Late" (re-recorded, originally on the Stone Fury album Let Them Talk) Bruce Gowdy, Marty Wolff, Wolf6:10
5."You're My Secret"Wolf3:15
6."Hey Man"Wolf4:38
7."Tease" (re-recorded, originally on the Stone Fury album Burns Like a Star)Gowdy, Wolff, Wolf3:23
8."Mighty Old Man"Maric, Wolf3:23
9."Tell Me What I've Done"Maric, Wolf3:44
10."Should Have Told You" (re-recorded, originally on the Stone Fury album Let Them Talk)Gowdy, Wolff, Wolf4:49
11."Joe English"Maric, Wolf4:45

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