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Manic Eden was a short-lived hard rock band consisting of former members of Whitesnake and Little Caesar. Following David Coverdale's decision to place Whitesnake on indefinite hiatus in the early 1990s, Manic Eden was founded in 1993 and had 3 members of Whitesnake from the Slip of the Tongue- era, Adrian Vandenberg (guitar), Rudy Sarzo (bass) and Tommy Aldridge (drums). Little Caesar vocalist Ron Young was the final piece of the puzzle. Manic Eden released one self-titled album on March 24th, 1994. Now, 30 years later the band's self-titled debut album will be re-issued, and available on limited edition vinyl for the first time!
Manic Eden was a short-lived hard rock band consisting of former members of Whitesnake and Little Caesar. Following David Coverdale's decision to place Whitesnake on indefinite hiatus in the early 1990s, Manic Eden was founded in 1993 and had 3 members of Whitesnake from the Slip of the Tongue- era, Adrian Vandenberg (guitar), Rudy Sarzo (bass) and Tommy Aldridge (drums). Little Caesar vocalist Ron Young was the final piece of the puzzle. Manic Eden released one self-titled album on March 24th, 1994. Now, 30 years later the band's self-titled debut album will be re-issued, and available on limited edition vinyl for the first time!
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Manic Eden [Digipak] [Reissue]
Artist: Manic Eden
Format: CD
New: Available $16.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Can You Feel It
2. Gimme a Shot
3. Fire in My Soul
4. Do Angels Die
5. Pushing Me
6. Dark Shade of Grey
7. Keep It Coming
8. When the Hammer Comes Down
9. Ride the Storm
10. Can't Hold It

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Manic Eden was a short-lived hard rock band consisting of former members of Whitesnake and Little Caesar. Following David Coverdale's decision to place Whitesnake on indefinite hiatus in the early 1990s, Manic Eden was founded in 1993 and had 3 members of Whitesnake from the Slip of the Tongue- era, Adrian Vandenberg (guitar), Rudy Sarzo (bass) and Tommy Aldridge (drums). Little Caesar vocalist Ron Young was the final piece of the puzzle. Manic Eden released one self-titled album on March 24th, 1994. Now, 30 years later the band's self-titled debut album will be re-issued, and available on limited edition vinyl for the first time!
        
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