Mark Emmins | Dangerous Times

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Dangerous Times

by Mark Emmins

Ex Lead Vocalist from UK rock band Blackreign with his debut album, a mixture of rock alternative and soul in in a gangster like manner. All brand new material from an acclaimed uk artist
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. All Night Train
2:58 album only
2. Rise to War
3:20 album only
3. The Nerve
3:56 album only
4. Aint No Gangster Boy
4:11 album only
5. Fist of Hate
3:42 album only
6. Dangerous Times
4:34 album only
7. Lovin U Is Killin Me
6:33 album only
8. Silent Warrior
3:25 album only
9. One Line the Currency
3:47 album only
10. Sunglasses After Dark
5:36 album only
11. Jack Daniel's in My Head
4:22 album only
12. Would I Lie to You
4:21 album only
13. Grown Our Own Wings
3:58 album only
14. Gangster Boy (feat. Brent Jackson)
4:10 album only
15. With the Tide
4:58 album only
16. Dangerous Times Version
4:32 album only
17. Poison of the Heart
4:35 album only


Album Notes
Mark Emmins is back in the saddle after a 15 year break from Music, This debut album reflects so many styles that mark works in.
One time lead singer with Blackreign (british rock outfit) Mark has dusted off the guitars and come back to the studio to produce this album along with sound bites that he has done for some UK Gangster movies.
from an all out Bar rock intro song \"all Night Train\" to the moody \"Aint No Gangster boy\" This album displays many styles and many emotions, a great debut album with a Raw feel to it.
Mark comments: \"I kept a live feel to everything I did this time round, I love polished material, but I am from the rock club circuit and lived a life on raw energy from playing to live audiences, so I kept that feel in my songs as much as I possible could \"mistakes an all\"
to sum this album up, I would say its a live studio event, that rollercoasters through so many emotions and sounds an excellent come back and a very very brave and daring contender along todays standards of recording. My hat goes off to Mark for this Album, and cant wait for the next instalment of songs.



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really good cd nice 2 hear some different sounds
from some1 new going 2 be a hit 4 me

the infamous burnt

May as well come right out and declare my bias, i`ve known mark since before we were born and fought in the punk wars shoulder to shoulder with him,he doesn`t trade on it of course but mark was one of the first punks on planet earth!! I mention it because that authenticity and disdain of poseurs endures in marks new stuff and he`d look a plum if he said it his self so i`ll say it for want to hear music from the heart without pretention or artifice, from a born talent whose been there n back and knows what its like to be dead? Me too and thats why I`m a fan of marks `comeback` and would give a testicle to see him vindicated as the poseurs and snobs look on and pretend they`re artists..unlike those fools you can hear and feel what marks saying and what a voice!! Brilliant son...spect to see you torching the flybynights in the mainstream soon! the infamous burnt 12/11/08

John Barton

I remember Emmins in Blackreign, he rocked then. from what I just listened to he still gives his all, nice one, this is pure and british all musicians will appreciate the honesty of this album. Emmins you still rock mate! hope to see you touring again soon. the UK luvs ya.