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'Vagabond' is the debut album from NZ born artist FRANKO that comprises of 12 tracks and has taken as many years to put together.The album 'Vagabond' ranges from epic American style rock ballads like "Hero" and "The One" (co-written with Steve Adler's (Guns n Roses) frontman and Emmy Award Winner Jacob Bunton) to floor stomping pop-punk tunes like the opening track "Fade Away" and ode to the girls of rock "Rock'n'Roll Girls". The title song "Vagabond" has the ghost of AC/DC running through its bones with a shot of "Slash" thanks to New Zealand's own guitar hero Andy Lynch (Zed, Atlas & The Feelers).

Track Listing

Disc 1:

  1. Fade Away
  2. Scorn
  3. Vagabond
  4. The One
  5. Rock 'N' Roll Girls
  6. Turning Lies
  7. It Ain't Easy Feat: Reanin
  8. Extremely Bored
  9. Hate Is Love
  10. When I'm Gone
  11. Hero
  12. No Regrets

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