Rough Diamond is the debut album of British rock band Rough Diamond. Rough Diamond was formed by singer David Byron following his dismissal from Uriah Heep, along with former Humble Pie guitarist Clem Clempson and ex-Wings drummer Geoff Britton. The album peaked at No. 103 on the Billboard 200 in 1977. The band opened for Peter Frampton in the spring of 1977 on the latter's US tour. The group disbanded shortly after releasing their debut
Double Diamond is the sixth album by British jazz-rock group If and the second to be issued in the . on the Metromedia Records label. With only Dick Morrissey left from the original band, the new line-up featured Fi Trench (keyboards) and Pete Arnesen (keyboards), Steve Rosenthal (guitar/lead vocals), Kurt Palomaki (bass) and Cliff Davies (drums). It was recorded at The Manor recording studios shortly after Mike Oldfield's Tubular Bells, and released in 1973.
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|A||Bet'cha Don't (Extended Vocal)||5:24|
|B1||Bet'cha Don't (Instrumental Mix)||5:24|
|B2||Bet'cha Don't (Brake Beat Mix)||5:27|
- Mastered By [Cut By] – Mike*
NotesMastered at Masterpiece, London
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Run-out groove etchings (Side A)): CBR 026 A – MIKE @ MASTERPIECE
- Matrix / Runout (Run-out groove etchings (Side B)): CBR 026 B