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I think if you like rock in its purest form, no messing, you'll enjoy this.
When my kids take the micky out of me for listening to dinosaur rock, I'll dust this baby off and show them how rock music peaked and this exact moment. Love it.
Coupling the incredible voice of Ray Gillen, Jake's undeniable guitar prowess and some killer songs, this is a must have album for all fans of melodic hard rock.
Every song stands out but I must say my favs are High Wire, Winters Call and Devil's Stomp. You can definitley hear the influence from his days with playing for Ozzy before he went even more bluesy on the follow-up. Did I mention that Ray Gillen's vocals are superb. What a shame we lost a great singer.
Get it, play it. This band deserved to go so much further than it did. You won't be dis-appointed.
It opens with the hard rock of 'High wire', where the band are reminiscent of Led Zeppelin , and each track is full of raw hard rock. On occasions, he sounds like Coverdale, but Ray Gillen was a real talent in his own right.
I play this repeatedly on my car stereo. Excellent.
This band should have been huge but sadly the timing was wrong.
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unfortunately they are gone
iv 1st heard of them back in 98 or was in 99 anyway
i heard one of their songs on a mix tape that was called slow rock no. Read more