Iron Claw | A Different Game

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A Different Game

by Iron Claw

Their first album of new music in over 35 years, A Different Game is the Iron Claw that you're momma warned you about! 13 tracks of blues-based heavy melodic rock show a band that hasn't lost a step. Includes the stunning "What Love Left", the Skynyrd-tinged "Southern Skies", and the melodic hard rockers "Love Is Blind' and "The Traveler".
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. What Love Left
3:01 album only
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2. Saga
3:39 album only
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3. The Traveler
4:19 album only
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4. A Different Game
4:38 album only
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5. Angel Woman
4:14 album only
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6. Southern Sky
3:56 album only
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7. Falling Down
4:01 album only
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8. It's Easy
4:37 album only
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9. My Way Down
5:19 album only
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10. Love Is Blind
6:09 album only
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11. Targets
2:51 album only
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12. See Them Fall
3:40 album only
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13. Closing In
6:16 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The first new music from Scotland’s Iron Claw in over forty years, A Different Game finds the band approaching their brand of melodic heavy rock from the only perspective they’ve ever known . . . with honesty and integrity. Recorded live with few overdubs, this new album captures a raw veteran band playing with the exuberance and gusto of a band half their age, and geared up to turn a whole new generation of rock fan onto their guitar-driven, gritty blues-tinged sound. Final mix and mastering work was performed by classic rock preservationist, Tony Reed (Stone Axe/Mos Generator).

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