Finish Line

Album: What's Next (1980)
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Songfacts®:

  • In an on-line answer to a fan, Frank Marino said of this song: '"Finish Line" was a tune that I used to do live even before the first album...'

    "Finish Line" is the seventh track on the 1980 album What's Next (no questionmark). By this time, Marino and his band had been around a good few years, and what was next was more of the same. But, if you like your gee-tar fast and furious, "Finish Line" will be right up your street. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England

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