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Angel Down Import

4.4 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews

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  • Audio CD (20 Nov. 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Mrv
  • ASIN: B000WM72KM
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
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Format: Audio CD
This is the first solo outing in seven years for the once King of 80s Metal. It does not disappoint. From the initial growling guitar and howling scream of the title song, you realise that this is a singer who has not waned in those 7 long years.

The album is a brutally heavy clash of 80s rock with modern metal. Surrounded by world-class musicians such as Steve Digorgio, Bobby Jarzombek and 'Metal' Mike, and produced by Roy Z of Rob Halford fame, this album certainly packs a punch. The inclusion of the elusive Axl Rose is a genius addition.

The songs themselves range from pure thrash ('Angel Down') to ones with a more punky attitude and catchy chorus ('You Don't Understand') to modern 80s metal ('Love is a Bitchslap') and of course, the ballads ('Falling into You' and 'By Your Side'). Highlights also include the Zeppelin-esque 'Negative Light' where Bach pays homage to the Gods of Rock with an 'Immigrant Song' style scream. The songs with Axl Rose are great, on only one does Bach truly duet with him (the cover of Aerosmith's 'Back in the Saddle') whilst on the other two, he is in the background, perfectly complementing Bach's own voice whilst never over-shadowing him. This is mixing done to perfection.

As for the man himself, he sounds better than he has done in years. The metal attitude has come through and abolishes all images of that, frankly disastrous, period of glam on 'Bring 'Em Bach Alive'. His voice sounds higher on some songs than it has done in previous years, but he hits and holds notes perfectly with an amazing vibratto, showing that underneath it all is the voice of a world-class singer, whilst his screams prove he still has one of the best voices in metal today.

Overall, this album is pure brilliance. The heady days of 80s rock brought crashingly into the 21st Century with a modern, heavy sound, contributed by brilliant musicians, mixed excellently, all centred around one of the best voices in the business today.
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I love this album ! There's some great music, vocals and guitars and a good cover of an old Aerosmith song. Bought for an unbeleivable price. Certainly one of my better purchases of late. I wish I had bought it years ago !
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Sebastian Bach was one of the great lost voices of rock and roll. After splitting with Skid Row following the subpar Subhuman Race album, he vanished into the netherworld of tribute albums, Broadway productions, and reality TV shows. Which is understandable given his larger than life, see me, see me, persona. However, it was sad to see someone who defined the phrase ROCK STAR slumming it in shows like Celebrity Rap Superstar, SuperGroup, Gone Country and I'm A Faded Celebrity, Get Me Publicity. It made his stint on the ever fabulous Gilmore Girls seem highbrow by comparison.

When he wasn't on television, you could usually find him on Broadway. He took the title role in Jekyll & Hyde, played Riff Raff in the The Rocky Horror Show and even shook his mane as Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar. Now that's all fine and dandy, but what those of us of a certain age want, is for Sebastian to rock. And, at last, he has.

Angel Down is his first proper solo album, fifteen years in the making, after the live Bring 'Em Bach Alive! and the covers roundup Bach 2: Basics, and it sees Bach bringing a metal sensibility to his hair metal roots. He probably sees it as the natural follow up to Slave To The Grind, and it comfortably sits as a close relation to that album. Shame then that the production work of former Halford guitarist Roy Z is so one dimensional and predictable. The second half of the album, in particular, gets lost in a welter of poor mixing. The preponderance of ex Halford personnel (the album also features Metal Mike Chlasciak and Bobby Jarzombek) just highlights how Halford, and now Bach, were and are, slumming it.

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Sebastian Bach is one of the best singers in Heavy Metal & Hard Rock, whether you like him or think he is just a pretty boy you've gotta admit that his voice is unique!
This is album has incredible songs 'You don't Understand' has great vocal melodies and guitars. There is also a version of Aerosmith's 'Back in the Saddle' that is unbelievable! Axl Rose is in this track and it just rocks! They change vocals between each other and man it is amazing!
Axl also appears on 2 more tracks! this seems to be one of the hooks to sell the album, but the songs overall are pure metal; with or without Axl this would have been a great album.

Let the music play!

PS: Love is a Bitchslap is unbelievable!!
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This is honestly the best album i've heard all year!
I've loved Bach's voice since his Skid row days and this is nothing short of superb.
Angel down has something for everyone and could possible be the best thing he's every done.
Buy it!!!!
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