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Cruzh are back with a new vocalist, Alex Waghorn, and a new album, "Tropical Thunder". Waghorn was first introduced to Cruzh fans in 2019 with the release of an acoustic version of the song "Aim For The Head". Now, Waghorn, along with Dennis Butabi Borg, Anton Joensson, and Matt Silver, are at long last ready to unleash the band's long-awaited second album. Melodic rock fans will not be disappointed with the cavalcade of melodies, hooks, and catchy songs on display on "Tropical Thunder". Cruzh was put together after the demise of Swedish glam rockers TrashQueen, in which both Anton Joensson and Dennis Butabi Borg played. They shared a love for melodic rock and AOR and joined forces with Tony Andersson, who previously worked as a studio musician on the never released TrashQueen record.
Cruzh are back with a new vocalist, Alex Waghorn, and a new album, "Tropical Thunder". Waghorn was first introduced to Cruzh fans in 2019 with the release of an acoustic version of the song "Aim For The Head". Now, Waghorn, along with Dennis Butabi Borg, Anton Joensson, and Matt Silver, are at long last ready to unleash the band's long-awaited second album. Melodic rock fans will not be disappointed with the cavalcade of melodies, hooks, and catchy songs on display on "Tropical Thunder". Cruzh was put together after the demise of Swedish glam rockers TrashQueen, in which both Anton Joensson and Dennis Butabi Borg played. They shared a love for melodic rock and AOR and joined forces with Tony Andersson, who previously worked as a studio musician on the never released TrashQueen record.
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Tropical Thunder
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Cruzh are back with a new vocalist, Alex Waghorn, and a new album, "Tropical Thunder". Waghorn was first introduced to Cruzh fans in 2019 with the release of an acoustic version of the song "Aim For The Head". Now, Waghorn, along with Dennis Butabi Borg, Anton Joensson, and Matt Silver, are at long last ready to unleash the band's long-awaited second album. Melodic rock fans will not be disappointed with the cavalcade of melodies, hooks, and catchy songs on display on "Tropical Thunder". Cruzh was put together after the demise of Swedish glam rockers TrashQueen, in which both Anton Joensson and Dennis Butabi Borg played. They shared a love for melodic rock and AOR and joined forces with Tony Andersson, who previously worked as a studio musician on the never released TrashQueen record.

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