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We are thrilled to announce RETROACTIVE RECORDS will be reissuing the legendary debut release by Christian metal powerhouse, GUARDIAN!!!
GUARDIAN “FIRST WATCH: 20th ANNIVERSARY EDITION will offer 14 amazing tracks of classic metal that comes in a full color, four panel digipak (with a tray), properly remastered by J. Steinhaus for a maximum metal auditory experience.  It will feature exclusive liner notes by David Bach (bass), stunning enhanced (WAY better!) original artwork by the amazing, Rex Zachary, and includes the original two bonus track exclusive to the original CD release, plus the two Elephante released bonus tracks from the amazing and out-of-print 1987 California Metal CD compilation that preceded the release of First Watch in 1989!!!!

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