First Battle



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Regarded as one of the best European progressive rock albums from the 70’s, the sole release by Belgian group Waterloo was originally released on the Vogue label in 1970.
Entirely sung in English, “First Battle” is a blend of progressive rock, psychedelia and heavy prog with top guitar/organ, flute and obvious Jethro Tull influence but with something else really of their own, making of it a very special album.

First officially reissued by us in 2009 and long out of print, we present an improved reissue in hard cardboard sleeve + OBI and insert with liner notes and photos.

Side 1: 1. Meet Again – 2. Why May I Not Know – 3. Tumblin’ Jack – 4. Black Born Children – 5. Life – 6. Problems
Side 2: 1. Why Don’t You Follow Me – 2. Guy In The Wrong Neighbourhood – 3. Lonesome Road – 4. Diary of An Old Man