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Rob Dickinson

The cousin of Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson and, a lot more importantly, the guitar-playing frontman of Catherine Steering wheel, Rob Dickinson went solo a couple of years after his band, after five albums, made a decision to avoid. Released on Sanctuary, the label managed by Catherine Steering wheel supervisor Merck Mercuriadis, Refreshing Wines for the Horses was released in 2005 but slipped from print after the label went from the new-release business. Because of some nudging from Bob Ezrin, who got caused Catherine Steering wheel on 1997’s Adam and Eve, Sanctuary mother or father Universal place it back into blood flow. An updated edition premiered in June 2008, having a different series and a fresh song, “THE FINISH of the Globe,” and a second disk containing solo variations of six Catherine Steering wheel favorites (including “Dark Metallic,” “I wish to Contact You,” and “Crank”).

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