Rockpalast: Hard Rock Legends Vol. 1

SKU: MIG 90237
Label:
Made In Germany
Format:
NTSC
Region:
Region 0
Category:
Metal/Hard Rock
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German-only release of this classic live set from UFO. It was recorded in Dortmund, Germany on 11/29/80. It runs 72 minutes and features all the hits. And to answer your question - this is post-Michael Schenker.

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