Victory - 2011 - Don't Speak Silence
2. Speak Up
3. Rock Star
4. Love Kills Love
5. Burn Down The City
6. Down Load Down
7. Right Between The Eyes
8. Blinded By Darkness
9. No Return
10. Victim Of Lies
11. Go To Hell
12. Waiting For The Wind
13. I'm So Excited (The Pointer Sisters cover)
Victory was formed in 1984 from the remnants of the band Fargo. Bassist Peter Knorn, the two guitarists Tommy Newton and John Lockton and drummer Bernie Van der Graaf had all previously worked together in that band.
After originally working with singer Pedro Schemm, and later Thunderhead front man Ted Pullit, former Gary Moore and Ted Nugent singer Charlie Huhn became the band’s singer.
The self-titled album originally appeared in 1985 on CBS Records to mild controversy because of the cover art: a scantily-dressed woman lying on her back with her legs spread, forming a V.
The hype worked and the album made the charts.
Today, Victory’s self-titled debut album is one of the most sought after, rare records in Germany’s Hard Rock history.
With the help of Sony Music Germany, fans had to wait long for a re-release of their first album Victory. Now it is finally over.
Thanks to the good cooperation between Germany and the Sony Music Label Yesterrock the debut arrives fully digitally remastered.
Charlie Huhn (Lead Vocals, Guitar and Piano)
Tommy Newton (Guitars and Background Vocals)
John Lockton (Guitars and Background Vocals)
Peter Knorn (Bass), Bernie Van Der Graaf (Drums)
Last Updated (Saturday, 09 July 2011 12:02)