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Touch Of Madness

by

Aldo Nova



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Running to 4 minutes 24 seconds, this Nova/Bon Jovi composition is the ninth track on his vastly under-rated 1991 Blood On The Bricks album. "Here she comes, moving like a red corvette" - is that homage to Prince? Not a bit, this is the way many of us feel at times - like a touch of madness. Great riff too. (thanks, Alexander Baron - London, England)
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