- Burst the Bubble
Name = Burst The Bubble
Company of Snakes
Recorded = at KARO Studios,
Brackel/ Hamburg, Germany
Blues rock, Hard rock
Length = 63:03
Rainer Hänsel, Bernie Marsden
Last album = "
Here They Go Again"
This album = "Burst The Bubble"
Burst The Bubble is the only studio album released by the English rock band
The Company of Snakes. Of this album, "Kinda Wish You Would" is the only song that had already been released on the band's previous record, the live album" Here They Go Again" (2001).
# "Ayresome Park" (M. Moody) - 0:59
# "Labour of Love" (B. Marsden) - 4:06
# "Ride, Ride, Ride / Run, Run, Run" (B. Marsden, M. Moody, Andes) - 4:46
# "Burst the Bubble" (B. Marsden, M. Moody, N. Murray, J. Lingwood) - 4:23
# "Sacrificial Feelings" (M. Moody) - 4:28
# "What Love Can Do" (B. Marsden) - 5:40
# "Little Miss Happiness" (B. Marsden, M. Moody) - 4:09
# "Hurricane" (B. Marsden, S. Berggren, M. Moody) - 5:23
# "Kinda Wish You Would" (B. Marsden) - 4:04
# "Days to Remember" (B. Marsden, M. Moody) - 5:51
# "Back to the Blues" (S. Berggren, B. Marsden) - 4:26
# "All Dressed Up" (B. Marsden, M. Moody) - 4:15
# "Can't Go Back" (B. Marsden) - 5:07
# "She" (B. Marsden, M. Moody, N. Murray, J. Lingwood) - 3:59
# "Ayresome Park - Reprise" (M. Moody) - 1:00
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