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Mark McCoin - A Circus Of Lights album

Mark McCoin - A Circus Of Lights album
  • Performer Mark McCoin
  • Title A Circus Of Lights
  • Date of release 1986
  • Style Experimental, Art Rock
  • Other formats AUD TTA DMF AC3 MP1 AUD AA
  • Genre Electronic / Rock
  • Size MP3 1649 mb
  • Size FLAC 1551 mb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 943

Circus is the sixth studio album of Argent, released in 1975 by Epic (PE 33422), and distributed by CBS. It was the last album as part of their contract with CBS Records and the first after the departure of founding member/lead vocalist/guitarist Russ Ballard. New lead vocalist John Verity was added at the recommendation of Ballard (Verity's band had supported Argent during their previous tour and had impressed Ballard).

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Piano Car for Traffic Jam progress report - Mark Mccoin. Empty Days - This Night Wounds Time - Video by Mark McCoin, photos by Elaine Di Falco. Mark McCoin - Shadows Opening (1980s). John 3 16 For God So Loved The World. Ezekiel the Rain Catcher.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Tinka
Composed By – Traditional Pre Columbian Fanfare*
A2 Circus Of Lights
A3 Shadows Opening
A4 Boualla Meshkih (Waking The Beast)
B1 Watching It Grow
B2 Not George
B3 Underwater Music


  • Mastered By – Bob Drake
  • Written-By, Performer, Recorded By, Cover – Mark McCoin