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If they tried to play it any faster, they would all burst into flames. Gary Moore (guitar), Don Airey (keys), Jon Hiseman (drums), and John Mole (bass) do the fusion shred on this tune from Electric Savage.

by Jon Davis, Published 2015-06-24


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Related artist(s): Colosseum II

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