Runaway Brides is the second and final studio album by Brides of Destruction released via Shrapnel Records on September 13, 2005. Amen bassist Scott Sorry was chosen as his replacement. Ginger of The Wildhearts joined as second guitarist but soon left not before contributing writing to four album tracks.
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Album Name Runaway Brides. Labels Mascot Records. Music StyleHeavy Rock. Members owning this album18.
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Sound - 9 This is the second album since the 'Brides debut in '04 and is proably the best in most areas. The first thing you will notice is the instrumental song starting the record off. Its not the ol' fashion Brides style but you'll soon forget that. The unique sound soon blows you off your feet; from punk to metal to classic rock you'll never be dissapointed. Which is a good change as you can hear in "Porcelain Queen".
Runaway Brides (2005) by Brides of Destruction .
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