Far From Over

Posted: November 23, 2011 in Discography

After the turmoil of the ‘Piss Off Elvis‘ album, Rokkard re-grouped to produce their most focused album to date. ‘(It Ain’t Over ‘Til) The Eagle Spreads Its Wings‘ attracted a whole new wave of fans in areas as far away as Lincoln and Great Yarmouth. Rumours of a European tour excited all but failed to materialise.

‘Eagle’, as the Rokkard faithful call it, was the resurgence that the band needed and they used this as a springboard to bigger and better things. ‘Eagle’ was also re-released in 1998 for its 20th anniversary, with two less tracks; Chester opting to trim out the fat of Synapses and King Hermann’s drum solo, ‘Martyrs’ Bones’.

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