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  • Vinyl (14 Nov. 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Label: Rock Classics
  • ASIN: B005ELZKPU
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 406,863 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Victor 2013 on 25 April 2003
Format: Audio CD
Ok, let's get the background out the way. I'm a huge fan of Zakk Wylde, as a musician I'm in awe of his techinical ability and the feeling he puts into his music. Ever since hearing No Rest for the wicked, the guy never ceeses to amaze me at what he can do.....Think Pride of Glory, Book of shadows (stunning), Rock Star (Steel Dragon - yeah baby, that was priceless...should do an album for real!!!!) and Bls. Now the other side of the coin, I did not like his last album. My opinion, don't bother trying to change my mind, I've been back to it time and time again. The production is flat, no bass at all really and the songs just weren't upto Zakks standards. Sure it was ballsy, heavy but lacked the feeling he normally puts into his tunes. Which brings me to the new album, god I prayed on this one, honestly, I felt so nervous when I found out he was putting this out just over a year after 1919 eternal.....I needn't have worried, the boys' done good......I'm begining to fall in love with this album after only a couple of listens......Best tracks for me so far are 1,3,4,6,9,11. The feeling is there, the influences shown on Sonic Brew are back as well.......this is the real stuff, Zakk wears his heart on his sleeve, and stands for everything I like about Rock/Metal music. Buy this, don't download this album, the guys deserves the recognition he deserves in album sales. Hell, the U.K need to see him and the Bls guys back over here for a tour (last time in 2000, amazing).
Bring it Zakk.........
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ms. K. Szokalo on 1 May 2003
Format: Audio CD
The Blessed Hellride is outstanding, this is definitely a move in the right direction for Black Label Society.
The album begins with the fiery but powerful 'Stoned and Drunk.' The track 'Stillborn' features Ozzy Osbourne on backing vocals. 'Funeral Bell' includes powerful riffs and drums on this catchy track. The title track 'The Blessed Hellride' is a powerful acoustic and vocal track. The album ends with the haunting power ballad 'Dead Meadow.'
Zakk Wylde also plays bass and piano on this album and Craig Nunenmatcher plays drums.
This album is a definite album for the Zakk Wylde or rock/metal fan it is outstanding and features some fantastic tracks with Zakk's trade mark guitar style.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. H TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 14 Jun. 2003
Format: Audio CD
After several hunnerd years serving in the frontline of the rock wars, it takes a lot to get me salivating (Sandra excepted), and even more to get me pre-ordering albums, but so it proved to be when a release date for the new Zakk Wylde album was announced.
Standing alone, loud and proud beating off the hordes of nu-metal wannabees armed with some monster riffs and a few blast beats, Mr Wylde remains a beacon of all that is good in the world of heavy rock. Without a bad record to his (own) name, it remains a wonder why his employer, Sir Ozzy of Osbourne remains immune to recording a whole album of zakkchoons. Well, to be fair, we know why, don't we Sharon.
And on "Stillborn" we actually get to hear the patented Oswald wail on a Zakk release for the first time. And lo, it was good. Not that the Wylde one is any slouch in the vocal department, sounding more like his boss than ever before. Must be an age thing. Why I remember when we first saw Zakk Junior back in the day, not a minute over 12 years old. And look at him now, a less purty version of me. Although I couldn't compose and perform the greatest Black Sabbath song never to be a Black Sabbath song, "Suffering Overdue", the kind of song that makes the beer bell yquiver with joy.
Lyrically, we're in very dark place, and the whole feel is very conceptual, without getting all artsy on my ass. Also good to see Zakks Southern roots still showing on "The Blessed Hellride" itself. An early contender for rock album of the year. Oh yes. Now to start counting the days until the "Boozed, Broozed & Broken Boned" DVD!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. E. Prince on 5 Nov. 2004
Format: Audio CD
My favorite album of Zakk's is Pride and Glory, but when Sonic brew came out I was truely impressed. It managed to be brewtally heavy(to coin zakk), but still carried depth and meaning and musical talent seen in very few other albums or bands. I am not looking for my music to be heavy necessarily, but it does have to be packed with talent and Sonic Brew matched the bill. Stronger than Death didn't disappoint either, also Book of Shadows.
AS a die hard fan, I will probably buy anything that Zakk produces, but it remains that 1918 Eternal and The Blessed Hellride played up to the market a little. What I always admired about Zakk and his music, was the strength he showed in producing an album that was true to himself not to the demands of his audience; the media be damned. This commanded a rare respect. It is obvious, however, that even he has succumbed and it is evident in this album more than any of the previous.
I like this album. I rate it highly. But if you are new to Zakk I would recommend Pride and Glory or Sonic Brew as a true taste of what Zakk is all about. Then again, if you just want your music to be as heavy as it can be then you could do worse than starting here. The kids seem to prefer it :-P !!!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By James O'Brien on 12 Jan. 2005
Format: Audio CD
BLS are keeping real metal alive: Zakk Wylde has finally produced the album of his career - 'The Blessed Hellride' is one kick-ass metal/hard rock album, and as long as you like true rock and appreciate guitar genius you will love it. ZW has succeeded in showing emotion through his solo's, instead of making listeners think 'he's shredding AGAIN'. But don't get me wrong the solo's still are fast paced shred fests, but this time with that missing element. With other BLS albums, some songs really didn't stand out, but on 'The Blessed Hellride' every track is brilliant. From 'Stillborn' featuring the Prince Of Darkness himself through to the country-style-twanging of 'Dead Meadow' this album sticks up to its title - its one hell of a ride which for no doubt many countless fans, new and old, will never end.
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