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Hell Is Such A Lonely Place - Harlan Cage - The Best Of (CD)


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  1. Hell is a Lonely Place Poem by Charles Bukowski Hell is a lonely place he was 65, his wife was 66, had Alzheimer's disease. he had cancer of the mouth. there were operations, radiation treatments which decayed the bones in his jaw which then had to be wired. daily he put his wife in rubber diapers like a baby. unable to drive in his condition.
  2. If you own all Harlan Cage albums (you should!), this "The Best Of" could only be of interest because of the addition of three new tracks: "Hell Is Such A Lonely Place" (a nice mid-paced song), "Stacy" (a new version of an old Fortune 'hit') and "No Turnin' Back" (a bonus track .
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Best Of on Discogs. Label: Gypsy Rock Records - GRR • Format: CD Compilation • Genre: Rock • Harlan Cage - The Best Of (, CD) | Discogs5/5(1).
  4. The opcirtioscythtiabreakinsitelutarep.coinfo 10th Anniversary compilation Melodic Still Rocks is the fourth CD pressed by myself over the years. The previous 3 compilations have all been greeted enthusiastically, with Volume 1 and Volume 2 sold out completely. Volume 4 features a stunning line-up of some of the best artists in this scene. And the songs define the best qualities of what melodic rock music is all about.
  5. From: freddy de keyze Date: November 19, at Indeed very good AOR, but just not enough to be called classic. But they deserve a decent re-release (full digitally) but there are so much other gems that are waiting to be released properly on CD: Preview, Fortune (pre-Harlan Cage), Limousine, Roadmaster, Zon, Mariner, Westwind, Stencil Forrest, Thrills, Link, even the Styx CD's!!!, etc.
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  7. Dec 03,  · It's such a lonely album — not in the "I don't have any friends" sense but in the sense that you're a little bit removed, and always watching. It takes a lot of courage to be that honest.

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