12 Songs, 41 Minutes

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4.2 out of 5

33 Ratings

33 Ratings

Hot Rock

CyberViking2000

There aren't many albums out there where I like all of the tracks. Classify these as volume 11 worthy. :)

It's Been a Long Time

Canexan

since I've heard Trooper... sadly NONE of their lps are available anywhere but itunes Canada (same with Harlequin..The Walktons..Northern Pikes...). Luckily though, I was able to work out something with a Canadian friend.
GREAT MEMORIES... and nice to have them on my Yankee ipod. ;-)

Skip "HotShots" - get Trooper Greenseries

Rock Golf

Three more tracks. Same price. Unless you're desparate for "The Moment That It Takes"...

About Trooper

Vocalist Ramon McGuire formed Trooper (originally Applejack and later Winters Green) in 1972. By 1974 they had added drummer Tommy Stewart and bassist Harry Kalinsky. After hearing Trooper play, Randy Bachman signed the band for his Legend label and released "Baby Woncha Please Come Home" in 1975. The group's self-titled debut appeared the same year; it was followed by Two for the Show (1976). Soon after, Frank Ludwig became Trooper's piano player and Kalinsky was replaced by Doni Underhill. Ludwig played on Knock 'Em Dead Kid (1977), Thick as Thieves (1978), Flying Colors (1979) and Hot Shots (1979), but was then replaced by Rob Deans. The Last of the Gypsies (1989) and Ten (1991) were the last albums recorded for Warner Music, but Trooper is still active. ~ John Bush

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