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    Ready to Strike

    Ready to Strike is the first album by the band King Kobra. It was released on November 9, 1985. Its single "Hunger" was written by members of the Canadian metal band Kick Axe and was released by them in 1986. On the The Transformers: The Movie soundtrack album, they were under the made-up name of Spectre General.
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    Thrill of a Lifetime

    Thrill of a Lifetime is the second album by the band King Kobra, released in 1986 by Capitol Records. The album features "Iron Eagle (Never Say Die)", the theme song of the 1986 film Iron Eagle.
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    King Kobra

    King Kobra Is the eponymous third studio album by American Hard Rock band King Kobra. It was released on April 5th, 2011 in Japan(with 13 tracks) and on April 15th, 2011 in Europe and May 5th, 2011 in North America with only 12 tracks. It was the first album to feature Paul Shortino and was the first since 1986 to feature Johnny Rod, Mick Sweda and David Henzerling (formerly David Michael-Philips) on bass and guitar, respectively.
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    King Kobra III

    King Kobra III, released in 1988 on New Renaissance Records, was the first and last album by the Edwards, Michael-Phillips, Northrup, Hart and Appice line-up of King Kobra. The album featured a strong selection of 1980s style mainstream metal. However, a lack of album sales resulted in the dissolution of the band. Bassist Johnny Rod, who appeared on the first 2 albums as bassist, does not play here. However, he does contribute backing vocals. Catalogue: (Vinyl) New Renaissance NRR-26; (CD) New Renaissance NRCD-26
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