Manic Eden

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Manic Eden
Genres Hard rock
Years active 1993–1994
Associated acts Whitesnake, Vandenberg, Dio, Ozzy Osbourne, Thin Lizzy, Little Caesar
Past members Adrian Vandenberg
Rudy Sarzo
Tommy Aldridge
James Christian
Ron Young

Manic Eden were a short-lived hard rock band consisting of former members of Whitesnake and Little Caesar.

Overview[edit]

Following David Coverdale's decision to place Whitesnake on indefinite hiatus in the early 1990s, former Whitesnake members Adrian Vandenberg, Rudy Sarzo, and Tommy Aldridge elected to form a new band together. Lead vocalist James Christian of House of Lords was recruited to round out the new band; Christian, however, was fired after a short time and replaced by former Little Caesar vocalist Ron Young. No material was recorded during the time Christian was in the band.

The band released one self-titled album on March 24, 1994.

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The album[edit]

Manic Eden
Studio album by Manic Eden
Released March 24, 1994
Genre Hard rock
Length 53:10
Label Victor
Producer Tom Fletcher, Manic Eden
Manic Eden chronology
Manic Eden
(1994)
...
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic (Not Rated) [1]
Track listing
  1. "Can You Feel It" - 4:15
  2. "When the Hammer Comes Down" - 5:45
  3. "Ride the Storm" - 4:12
  4. "Can't Hold It" - 4:00
  5. "Fire in My Soul" - 6:15
  6. "Do Angels Die" - 5:34
  7. "Crossing the Line" - 4:20
  8. "Dark Shade of Grey" - 4:40
  9. "Pushing Me" - 4:30
  10. "Gimme a Shot" - 5:10
  11. "Keep It Coming" - 4:29
Personnel

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