Demolition (Dungeon album)

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Demolition
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Studio album by Dungeon
Released 1996
Genre Heavy metal
Length 64:24
Label Japan TDK-Core
Producer Lord Tim
Dungeon chronology
Demolition
(1996)
Resurrection
(1999)

Demolition was the first album by Australian heavy metal band Dungeon. It featured mainly demo-quality tracks, four of which had been remixed from a previous demo with added bass lines from Justin Sayers and a cover of Blondie's "Call Me". Virgil Donati plays drums on the instrumental track "Changing Moods". This album was only released in Japan and has never been made available anywhere else. "Paradise", "I Am Death" and "Time to Die" would be re-recorded to appear on Resurrection in 1999; a remix of "Call Me" would appear on the limited-release Rising Power in 2003 and "Don't Leave Me" was re-recorded as a bonus track for the band's last album The Final Chapter in 2006.

Track listing[edit]

  1. Don't Leave Me
  2. Call Me (Blondie cover)
  3. Slave of Love
  4. Paradise
  5. One Shot at Life
  6. Changing Moods
  7. These Times
  8. Time to Die
  9. I Am Death
  10. Lies
  11. Vodka Frenzy
  12. The Duel
  13. Reflections

Credits[edit]

  • Lord Tim Grose - vocals, guitar, keyboards
  • Dale Corney - guitar, vocals
  • Stephen Mikulic - guitar
  • Justin Sayers - bass, vocals
  • Wayne Harris - drums
  • Virgil Donati - drums, track 6
  • Pru Haggarty - backing vocals