Digitally re-mastered edition with 12 page full color booklet containing 3,500 word essay, enhanced artwork, rare photos and new interview with Mike Tramp. Formed in New York by Danish born singer Tramp and talented guitarist Vito Brata, the band made waves on the local club scene, attracting local management who had connections to German producer Peter Hauke who offered to record the band at his studio in Frankfurt. With an album in the can the band were quickly signed to a sizeable deal with Elektra Records who subsequently and inexplicably decided to drop the band at the eleventh hour. Fortunately JVC in Japan licensed the album and set in motion a series of events that led to them signing with Atlantic Records. FIGHT TO SURVIVE was eventually issued in the US on an independent label and provoked huge accolades amongst the rock cognoscenti who quite rightly hailed tracks such as 'Broken Heart', 'Cherokee' and the title track as stunning Hard Tock nuggets showcasing one of the most accomplished bands of the era.