Style: Hard Rock, Heavy Metal
Format: MP3 FLAC AA AU TTA DMF MP4 ASF FLAC
FLAC size: 1548 mb | MP3 size: 1356 mb | WMA size: 1924 mb
Vandenberg was a Dutch hard rock band named after guitarist Adriaan "Adje" van den Berg (. In 1981, Van den Berg worked with vocalist Jos Veldhuizen, bass guitarist Griff "Studly" McGrath and drummer Bico De Gooijer in a band called Teaser. This line-up did not last long, and Van den Berg then hired Bert Heerink (vocals), Dick Kemper (bass guitar), and Jos Zoomer (drums). With this line-up, Teaser recorded a demo that came to the notice of the pop-journalist Kees Baars.
The power ballad "Burning Heart" was released internationally as the single from the album. Vandenberg was remastered and re-released on Wounded Bird Records in 2002. Music and lyrics by Adrian Vandenberg. Side one. "Your Love Is in Vain" - 4:15.
Similar to another German release Vandenberg - Vandenberg but with different Labels printed. This one says "Side One" instead of "Side 1". Also similar to Scandinavian release Vandenberg - Vandenberg with a similar catalogue number and same Side One Matrix/Run-out stamping. 코드 및 기타 식별자. Matrix, Runout (Side one, stamped): TOWN HOUSE R/S Alsdorf 50904 A-3.
Album Name Vandenberg. Erscheinungsdatum 1982. Musik GenreHard Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen37. 1. Your Love Is in Vain.
Vandenberg is the first studio album by the Dutch hard rock band Vandenberg, released in 1982 on Atco Records. The album was produced by Vandenberg with British sound engineer Stuart Epps and recorded at Jimmy Page's Sol Studios in England. The power ballad "Burning Heart" was released internationally as the single from the album.
The album was produced by Vandenberg with British sound engineer Stuart Epps and recorded at Jimmy Page's Sol Studios in England. The power ballad "Burning Heart" was released internationally as single from the album. The single reached No. 39 in the . Billboard Hot 100 charts and the album peaked at number 65 on the Billboard 200 album chart. In the 1987 Adrian Vandenberg joined Whitesnake. In 2013 Adrian formed a new band called Vandenberg's MoonKings. Their debut album was released in early 2014. In support of the album the band is touring worldwide. The Vandenberg classic "Burning Heart" is played during their set. 180 gram audiophile vinyl. The power ballad "Burning Heart" was released. Singles from Vandenberg. Burning Heart", "Out in the Streets" Released: 1982. Wait", "Ready for You" Released: 1982 (Netherlands only).
Album · 1981 · 9 Songs. 1982 Atlantic Recording Corp. Marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company.
|A1||Your Love Is In Vain||4:10|
|A2||Back On My Feet||3:48|
|B1||Ready For You||3:53|
|B3||Nothing To Lose||3:23|
|B4||Lost In A City||3:56|
|B5||Out In The Streets||4:04|
- Recorded At – The Sol Studio
- Mastered At – The Town House
- Published By – Wb Music Corp.
- Distributed By – WEA Records S.A.
- Bass, Other [Taurus Bass Pedals], Backing Vocals – Dick Kemper
- Composed By – Adrian Vandenberg
- Design [Cover] – Adrian Vandenberg
- Drums, Backing Vocals – Jos Zoomer
- Guitar, Keyboards, Backing Vocals – Adrian Vandenberg
- Illustration – Adrian Vandenberg
- Lead Vocals – Bert Heerink
- Management – Kees Baars
- Producer – Adrian Vandenberg
- Producer, Engineer – Stuart Epps
- Written-By – Adrian Vandenberg
NotesWhite label test pressing vinyl manufactured in Greece.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 7567-90005-1
|ATL K 50 904, ATC 50 904, 90005-1||Vandenberg||Vandenberg (LP, Album)||ATCO Records, ATCO Records, ATCO Records||ATL K 50 904, ATC 50 904, 90005-1||Europe||1982|
|ATL K 50 904, ATC 50 904||Vandenberg||Vandenberg (LP, Album)||ATCO Records, ATCO Records||ATL K 50 904, ATC 50 904||Italy||1982|
|90005-1||Vandenberg||Vandenberg (LP, Album)||ATCO Records||90005-1||Australia||1982|
|ATC K 50 904, ATC 50 904, 90005-1||Vandenberg||Vandenberg (LP, Album)||ATCO Records, ATCO Records, ATCO Records||ATC K 50 904, ATC 50 904, 90005-1||Germany||1982|
|K 450 904||Vandenberg||Vandenberg (Cass, Album)||ATCO Records||K 450 904||France||1982|