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The Company Of Snakes - Burst The Bubble

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  1. Burst the Bubble is the only studio album released by the English rock band The Company of Snakes. Of this album, "Kinda Wish You Would" is the only song that had already been released on the band's previous record, the live album Here They Go Again.
  2. After some internal problems the singer got fired, and ex Bad Company vocalist Robert Hart joined the band and the name was changed to Company Of Snakes (an obvious reference to Bad Company & Whitesnake). Robert Hart didn't stay so Marsden and Moody recruited an unknown singer from Sweden - Stefan Berggren, /5(4).
  3. Burst The Bubble () is a Studio album by The Company Of Snakes. Genres: Blues Rock, Hard Rock. Songs: Ayresome Park, Labour Of Love, Ride, Ride, Ride / Run, Run, Run, Burst The Bubble, Sacrificial Feelings.
  4. Jul 11,  · "Burst the bubble" is a good album although it contains too many songs, which has a tendency to draw attention away from the real highlights. If they cut down the number of tracks, to say 10 songs, it would be a much more solid effort/5(4).
  5. Jul 10,  · The Company of Snakes () Burst the Bubble [hard rock] Line-up: Micky Moody - guitar, vocals Bernie Marsden - guitar, vocals Neil Mur.
  6. The trio reconnected in the early 21st century as the Company of Snakes -- starting off with a live set, 's Here They Go Again: Live, before settling down in the studio, and offering Burst the Bubble 4/5(5).
  7. Burst The Bubble, an album by The Company of Snakes on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  8. Sep 11,  · Moody and Marsden later reconvened as the blues-rock Moody & Marsden Band, and all three reunited in as part of Company of Snakes. Drummer John Lingwood, and vocalist Stefan Berggren complete.

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