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Big Twin Rolling (Coming Home) - Saxon - Dogs Of War (CD, Album)

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  • Talrajas
    Once past its thunderous opening title track (an unqualified Saxon classic for the ages), Dogs of War delivered a slew of improbably memorable and distinctive numbers, including the ever-reliable biker anthem, "Big Twin Rolling (Coming Home)," the fittingly ominous "Great White Buffalo" (no relation to the Ted Nugent staple), the slow-building "Demolition Alley," and the slate-cleaning mission 8/
  • Moogukora
    Feb 10,  · «Dogs of War» «Burning Wheels» «Don't Worry» «Big Twin Rolling (Coming Home)» «Hold On» «The Great White .
  • Sagar
    Apr 29,  · The album sold about 1, copies in the US in the week after its release. A proper physical fourteenth track is featured on the Japanese CD pressing, released on 3 February Previously, it sold as a compressed, low-bitrate download. The song "Coming Home" is originally from Saxon's Killing Ground album, in an electric version/5(10).
  • Kajigrel
    Jun 26,  · Enjoy once more! Lyrics: I got my big twin rollin, thumping out a tune Following the headlight coming back to you I don't need no big jet liner, don't need no limousine All I've got's my pair of.
  • Kagar
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Saxon - Dogs Of War at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Saxon collection.
  • Jusar
    Watch the video for Big Twin Rolling (Coming Home) from Saxon's Dogs of War for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  • Gall
    Jun 11,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Dogs of War · Saxon Dogs of War ℗ Angel Air Ltd/Biff Byford Released on: Music Publisher: Universal Music Publishing MGB Ltd. Auto.
  • Nitaxe
    An album cherished by some, and fortunate enough to predate all of the ill-fated Def Leppard asprirations, was still a painfully boring funeral procession of forgettable commercial rock filler with the occasional standout. Sadly, Saxon's triumphant 90's blues metal recollection yields to a worryingly familiar album called Dogs of War.
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