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  • Audio CD (27 Sep 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Mtm
  • ASIN: B000062TJI
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 32,429 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Old metal 1 nu metal 0..... 14 Mar 2002
Format:Audio CD
An album featuring not one but TWO ex Deep Purple singers? Sounds like a recipe for ego-fuelled disaster- yet the twin-vocal attack works so wonderfully well on a series of strong retro-sounding hard rock songs. Guests include ex Lizzy/Whitesnake axeman John Sykes and Mr Big's Paul Gilbert. If you're into classic hard rock with loads of melody, this is an essential purchase.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A great album 18 July 2002
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Format:Audio CD
This album kicks off with the song called Devil's Road and is mercifully a song about vehicles and racing, rather than the devil (which would be a retrograde step).
Joking aside, this is a very very good album and well worth the price. The tracks are put together exquisitely and the dual vocals make the music sound very harmonious. Both Joe Lynn Turner and Glenn Hughes sing brilliantly and melodically.
Yes, they both sung with Deep Purple and Joe Lynn Turner's era with Rainbow 1980-1984 is acknowledged rather than revered by some Rainbow fans. Nonetheless Joe's singing is majestic, powerful, melodic and his vocal range is simply astounding.
If you had heard Joe's vocals on the February 1981 Rainbow album "Difficult To Cure" and in particular to "I Surrender", you would not be at all surprised by his performance on this latest project. He is a great singer.
A splendid album.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Ride The Storm!!! 30 Mar 2005
By Ghost In The Ruins - Published on
Format:Audio CD
I picked this CD up at a shop that I frequently visit, and much to my surprise, I was shocked at what I heard! To be honest, I was expecting a mediocre attempt at making 70's style rock, like the latest Company of Snakes album! I should have realized that HTP is comprised of two veteran rockers that have been established for years in the music industry. Both Hughes and Turner sound great, and the music is surprisingly heavy at times! If you like Deep Purple/Rainbow style rock n roll, HTP takes it up to an all new level! Buy this CD now! In addition to this, check out the Brazen Abbot projects. Joe Lynn Turner has been involved in all of the Brazen Abbot projects, and they're great as well!
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4.0 out of 5 stars The Blackmore Connection Strikes Again 15 Feb 2003
By Quinn Miller - Published on
Format:Audio CD
Through the years, it has been interesting to witness the number of classic rock artist combinations have joined together having the Ritchie Blackmore connection. Certainly England has an incestuous history in the classic rock department, as almost all of the artists that are associated with Black Sabbath, Whitesnake, Rainbow, Deep Purple, and The Gary Moore Band are interlinked. So, I guess it makes perfect sense then that Glenn Hughes and Joe Lynn Turner have finally joined forces to put out this, very smooth, classic rock-influenced one off. Glenn's influence is more evident here, likely due to the fact his solo style is more well defined than that of Turner, who has released two albums of cover material in his later years. Right out of the gates this record burns serious rubber with "Devils Road," which is on par with the classics of Rainbow and earlier Hughes output, especially with Hughes/Thrall. The high spiritedness continues on the next two selections, "You Can't Stop Rock n' Roll" and "Missed Your Name." Then in an instant, things are brought back to Rainbow circa 1983 with Turner's "Mystery of the Heart," a trademark AOR ballad topped with one of Joe's more subtle croons.
Not surprising given the fact that JJ Marsh handles lead guitar chores, much of the material sounds like Hughes' recent solo outings, heavy into funk beats and churchy organs. This is particularly evident on "Sister Midnight," which could have easily come off of sessions from either one of his past two solo efforts. On the later songs, Hughes vocals tend to drown out those of Turner, who seems to be doing more color commentating than lead vocalizing. A minor complaint though, as it's always a joy to hear Glenn's soulful inflection riding over smooth but gutsy melodies. To complete the classic rock circle, they've called upon none other than guitar meistros John Sykes and Paul Gilbert to burn it up with a couple of solo breaks, Sykes on the Hughes led ballad "Heaven's Missing an Angel" and Gilbert on the aforesaid thud romper "You Can't Stop Rock N' Roll." Without a doubt, these inclusions cap off the calculated nostalgia trip to a tee.
Fans of any of the above mentioned bands will undoubtedly be intrigued by this release. I have to say personally that this impresses more than it could, or I ever thought it would. Obviously a good deal of enthusiam and thought was put into this project, which is more than can be said for most commerically cynical pairings. This record actually builds towards its cresendo, as to end the proceedings there is the record's crowning achievement, the 7 minute opus "On the Ledge." Beautiful, powerful... dramatic. Nuff said, now go and buy the thing.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars An overlooked gem! 19 Feb 2006
By Henry Q. Zecher - Published on
Format:Audio CD
I've been a HUGE fan of Joe Lynn Turner ever since his Rainbow days. Glenn Hughes was a name I kept hearing but wasn't familiar with his work until I started really getting into Deep Purple in my 20's. I stumbled on all three HTP CD's here on Amazon and bought them immediately. The combination, alone, sold me. I have to say, the boys did not disappoint. This CD is friggin' hot. THE DEVIL'S ROAD and BETTER MAN are the major highlights, but the whole thing is great. The vocals do get a bit much at times, but hell, its rock 'n roll. The guitarist from Loudness guests on a couple of tracks and sounds great. The only downer is that John Sykes only graces one track. If you're a JLT fan like me, you HAVE to get this CD. While you're at it, get them all. You'll be glad you did.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Best New Rock Disc in Years! 31 Oct 2003
By RJ - Published on
Format:Audio CD
Glenn Hughes has always been a genius, from Deep Purple to Hughes/Thrall. This disc is no exception. This is the first "real" soulful hard rock music I've heard in many years. This disc definitely threatens to breath life back into "real" rock music!! Both Glenn and Joe Lynn Turner are exellent on this disc. They weave seemlessly back and forth on vocals and the effect is great. Aside from great rock, however, there are some great slower moments and also some more funk/soul influenced tunes that are also excellent. I highly recommend this disc!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A pair of aces! 23 April 2002
By Bete Noire - Published on
Format:Audio CD
A veritable powerhouse,the pairing of Glenn Hughes with Joe Lynn Turner,both with legendary Deep Purple resumes,comes to magnificent fruition on this gem of an album.Besides the talented band backing them up,there are also stellar appearances by Paul Gilbert(ex-Mr.Big),Akira Kajiama,and the one and only John Sykes who,besides rewriting the chorus,also produced a spellbinding guitar solo on the ballad "Heaven's Missing An Angel".The album is powerful,classy and very polished,with supreme vocals and musicianship in the best Purple and beyond tradition with a strong bass and keyboard presence creating beautiful backgrounds and solid grooves.This is not only one of the best issues of 2002,but also an assured classic.
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