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Glam metal from Greece featuring, and supported by, Jeff Scott Soto !!! 22 Feb. 2010
By Nikiforos V. Skoumas - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
"Danger Angel" is a brand new 80s-influenced hard rock/ glam metal band from Greece. This self titled album is their debut released by the American record label "Perris records" a specialist in this particular genre. What separates this glam metal/hard rock band from other 2010 newcomers of the scene is the fact that they are supported by American AOR icon Jeff Scott Soto who also guests on the album, contributing lead vocals on "Never let you go" (track 6).

Getting a little bit more into details "Danger Angel" is very much influenced by American rock; imagine a mixture of 1985 glam metal with the bold/ flashy AOR sound of the same era. Specifically the "Danger Angel" sound is built on big guitar riffs, melodic keyboards, really extensive six string solos, twin guitar harmonics, furious shredding and AOR-ish vocals.

So it would be fair to say that "Danger Angel" utilizes the best elements of the 80s American rock scene to create this substantial, hot rocking debut album. And the guys have really studied this rock genre; as an example I would like to stand on their release party (20 Feb 2010) where apart from the album, the band performed a second live set with Jeff Scott Soto himself on lead vocals (!) playing the legendary singer's hits impeccably. So we are clearly looking at very experienced performers: Guitarists Ethan Chionos and Spiros Fousekis, bass player Rudy Rallis and drummer "Antonis Veneris" are the more mature members of the band, joined by the much younger yet just as competent, George Lignos on Keyboards and lead singer Jimmy Cage.

I suppose, even the fact that the "Perris records" decided to sign "Danger Angel", says something about the quality of the band; and I have to comment that it is great for the album to reach the American market at an acceptable price, rather than having imported, possibly overpriced versions. If you are a fan of Glam metal, AOR or 80s rock in general; this is a guaranteed and JSS-approved buy for you. If you are planning on getting the new "Wig Wam" album buy this one as well for a real treat!

Favorite tracks include "Com' on rock me", "Runaway angel", "Poison dreams", "Rebel Son", "Never let you go" and "Hangover".
Not what I was hoping for 24 July 2010
By Justin G. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Man, Perris Records knows how to grab my attention. Between the 80's sounding band name, hot cover artwork and the guest appearance by Jeff Scott Soto, there was really no way I wasn't going to buy the self-titled debut from Danger Angel. Besides, after how much I enjoyed Outloud!, I was looking for another up-and-coming Greek melodic rock band.

Unfortunately my excitement died pretty quickly upon hearing this album. What really killed this album for me were Jimmy Cage's vocals. He's got a wailing, screeching style that would probably work great in a Junkyard-style barroom rock band or even a metal setting, but in an AOR setting they were just too abrasive. The awkwardness of the vocals only draws attention to the fact that the songwriting and musical performances are solid, but hardly exceptional. It's no Outloud, that's for sure. The only real highlight is the song "Never Let You Go," which features Jeff Scott Soto on vocals, and even that is only a little better than average.

I wanted to like this one. I really did. I just can't get past the abrasive vocals. It's a shame, because otherwise this album has a lot going for it. If you're a melodic rock fan looking for something new and exciting, I'd recommend trying some samples before buying it. That's what I wish I had done.
Only one redeeming track. The rest, dear lord... 24 Sept. 2010
By Ryan Kopchak - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I must wholeheartedly agree with the previous review in that, unfortunately, the only redeeming track on this album is the one featuring the great Jeff Scott Soto.

As for the rest- God help us all.

The Jimmy Cage vocals are just hideous. Screeching, off-key, and just plain dreadful in every sense of the word. If you can imagine Weird Al Yankovich fronting a parody hair metal band, without any sense of key or pitch, then you can imagine what is in store for you if you listen to the rest of the album. To be honest, I couldn't finish listening to it.

The band has since replaced Mr. Cage with a new vocalist. Good idea. They might want to re-record this album with new vocals, excepting the JSS track of course, as I'm pretty sure the Geneva Convention has a ban on whatever Jimmy Cage rendered on this album. It's a shame, as the music is pretty solid.

Download the lone worthy track with JSS, "Never Let You Go," off of iTunes if possible, and avoid the rest of the album at all costs.
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