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Eurobounds

Eurobounds
Loudness
Released 1984
Recorded England, Holland, Belgium, West Germany, April–May 1984
Genre Heavy metal
Label Nippon Columbia
Director Jun-Ichi Oh-Iwa
Producer Toshi Nakashita, Masayuki Miyashita, Hideoaki Tsushima, Masakaru Takayama
Loudness video chronology

Live-Loud-Alive: Loudness in Tokyo
(1983)
Eurobounds
(1984)
Live in Tokio - Lightning Strikes
(1986)
Eurobounds
Live album by Loudness
Released December 21, 2000
Genre Heavy metal
Label Nippon Columbia
Loudness chronology

Engine
(1999)
Eurobounds
(2000)
Spiritual Canoe
(2001)

Eurobounds is the second home video released by the Japanese heavy metal band Loudness. It was released on BETA, VHS, Laserdisc and VHD formats in 1984. This release documented the first European tour of the band, with footage from concerts in England, Holland, Belgium and West Germany.[1] Columbia Records remastered the video and re-released it in DVD format in 2000. A live album with the sound track of the DVD was also released in 2000, with the same cover art of the DVD.[2]

Track listing

All tracks by Minoru Niihara & Akira Takasaki

  1. "Crazy Doctor" – 4:17
  2. "Lonely Player" – 5:02
  3. "Milky Way" – 4:20
  4. "Dream Fantasy" – 4:43
  5. "In The Mirror" – 3:49
  6. "Esper" – 4:24
  7. "Speed" – 7:28
  8. "Loudness" – 4:31
  9. "Soldier of Fortune" (bonus track remastered edition)

Personnel

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