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Bang Go the Bells

by Babylon A.D.

Babylon A.D., Rocks Hard on Bang Go The Bells! 2010 REDUX - New Release,. Rerecorded, Remixed and Masterd. Bigger, Better, Harder!
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Formed in 1988, Babylon A.D. hail from the Bay Area in California. Original members, Derek Davis vocalist-songwriter, guitarists and music writers Dan De La Rosa and Ron Freschi, percussionist James Pacheco and bassist Eric Pacheco were in childhood and rival bands until {Babylon A.D.}. Later as a band, they caught the attention of Arista Records president and industry music mogul Clive Davis who signed them at a showcase in Los Angeles thanks to their impressive three song demo and home made video. Their self-titled album was released in 1990 which included hard rock classics such as (Bang Go The Bells) (Hammer Swings Down) (Desperate ) and (Kid Goes Wild) which was the trailer song and video for Orion pictures ROBO COP 2. Their sophomore effort Nothing Sacred following two years later. After spending several years with Arista and a five-year hiatus, the band signed with Apocalypse Records and released American Blitzkrieg in 2002. The band also released Live In Your Face, a compilation of live tracks that same year. They cite Led Zeppelin, UFO, Aerosmith, and AC/DC, as influences.



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