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Studio Album, released in 1984

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Blitzkrieg
- a. Mars - Warmonger
- b. Blitzkrieg
- c. Blitzkrieg Boogie
- d. Atilla
- e. The Black Plague
2. Iroquois
3. Iscariot
4. Gotterdammerung
5. Bonnie Linda
6. The Honour and the Glory

Total Time 28:52

Line-up / Musicians

- Steve McCann / Keyboards, Bass, Guitars, Vocals and Percussion
- Randy Dawdy / Drums, Congas, Tympani, Vocals and Percussion

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Review by b_olariu
3 stars Blitzkrieg is Busker fifth studio album, released in 1984. Well this time Busker added besides keybords and piano some electronic moves that gives a certain new age atmosphere on some pieces like on Gotterdammerung for ex. The music are on same coordonates as before, maybe thsi time the progressive arrangements are puted in other form as before but in the end a good album, at least to me. Intristing is the album has only 29 min leght, quite short, but better short and ok then long and boring and without any intristing moments. What I found pleasent is that even in 1984 most of the progressive bands from the '70's turned to a more pop sound and even left aside all progressive elements that made them famous, Busker release an album who realy sounds progressive to my ears, even is not quite spectacular overall. Lots of piano and keybords moments interluded with some ok vocal parts, some naration aswell, make from this album a good one. 3 stars, for today standards this album can be considered an ep for his lengh but an ok one. Not better then my 3 fav mentioned albums from them, first one, second and last one, these 3 remain their best, the rest are ok, with the mentioning point thet their 1980 album Shakin all over is their worst album for sure, and one of the most unintristing albums I've ever heared, pure rock and roll and nothing realy exciting at all.

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