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First time on CD / Newly Remastered / BANDIT released two albums with different line-ups. BANDIT's debut BANDIT was released in late 1976. This album featured Jim Diamond on lead vocals, Danny McIntosh Jr on guitar, future AC/DC bassist Cliff Williams, James Litherland, and drummer Graham Broad, now of Roger Waters' band. A single entitled "Ohio" was also released. The bassist Cliff Williams joined UK rockers BANDIT for their self-titled 1976 release before landing an audition with AC/DC a year later following the firing of Mark Evans shortly after recording 1977's "Let There Be Rock." Williams debuted with AC/DC on the tour in support of the album as he settled into a new life in Australia.
First time on CD / Newly Remastered / BANDIT released two albums with different line-ups. BANDIT's debut BANDIT was released in late 1976. This album featured Jim Diamond on lead vocals, Danny McIntosh Jr on guitar, future AC/DC bassist Cliff Williams, James Litherland, and drummer Graham Broad, now of Roger Waters' band. A single entitled "Ohio" was also released. The bassist Cliff Williams joined UK rockers BANDIT for their self-titled 1976 release before landing an audition with AC/DC a year later following the firing of Mark Evans shortly after recording 1977's "Let There Be Rock." Williams debuted with AC/DC on the tour in support of the album as he settled into a new life in Australia.
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Bandit [Remastered] (Uk)
Artist: Bandit
Format: CD
New: call store to check stock 610-683-5599
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Ohio
2. Hard On A Loser
3. The Leader Of The Pack
4. Dance When You Boogie
5. Mr James
6. Hung Up On Your Love
7. Rocking My Soul Out
8. Pulling Them Punches
9. All Coming Back To Me
10. Love ; Understanding

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First time on CD / Newly Remastered / BANDIT released two albums with different line-ups. BANDIT's debut BANDIT was released in late 1976. This album featured Jim Diamond on lead vocals, Danny McIntosh Jr on guitar, future AC/DC bassist Cliff Williams, James Litherland, and drummer Graham Broad, now of Roger Waters' band. A single entitled "Ohio" was also released. The bassist Cliff Williams joined UK rockers BANDIT for their self-titled 1976 release before landing an audition with AC/DC a year later following the firing of Mark Evans shortly after recording 1977's "Let There Be Rock." Williams debuted with AC/DC on the tour in support of the album as he settled into a new life in Australia.
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