A Mended Rhyme

Infobox Album |
Name = A Mended Rhyme
Type = Studio album
Artist = Tad Morose

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Released = April, 1997
Recorded = Wavestation Studio, Sweden
Genre = Heavy metal / Power metal
Length = 57:40
Label = Black Mark Records
Producer = Tad Morose & Ulf Pettersson
Reviews =

A Mended Rhyme is the fourth album by the Swedish metal band Tad Morose. This also happens to be their first album with Urban breed on vocals.

Songs

"All songs written & performed by:" Tad Morose

"Lyrics and Melodies by:" Urban breed

#Circuit Vision
#But Angels Shine
#A Mended Rhyme
#Trader Of Souls
#Time Of No Sun
#The Dragon Tide
#Goddess Of Chaos
#The Vacant Lot
#Guest Of Inquisition

Album line-up

* Urban breed - Vocals, Vocoder Keyboards
* Christer 'Krunt' Andersson - "Guitars"
* Anders Modd - "Bass"
* Peter Morén - "Drums"
* Fredrik Eriksson - "Keyboards"


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