PROPHET – Recycled


With yet another lineup: Dave DiPietro (guitar) and Jim Callahan (drums) joined the band and recorded “Recycled”.



With yet another lineup: Dave DiPietro (guitar) and Jim Callahan (drums) joined the band and recorded “Recycled”. This album also had Karl Cochran (acoustic guitar and backing vocals) as a special guest. From 1992, Prophet’s member started new projects and the group ended years later. Arcara created two other bands after leaving Prophet: Arcara and The Way. In 1992, Metaxas and DiPietro joined Nuclear Assault. Dubman joined the blues band Rocket 88. Callahan created a software company and started working as a graphic designer. Now Z Records is releasing all three albums, fully remastered, surefire sellers as all three are hard to find classics!

Track List

1. Run With The Pack
2. Call Of The Wild
3. Street Fighter
4. Peace Of Mind
5. Sides
6. Restless Hunger
7. All I Need
8. Brightes Star
9. Kick It Out

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