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Red Dragon Cartel (+1 Bonus Track)

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  • Audio CD
  • Label: Loen Entertainment
  • ASIN: B00HULDT8W
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 906,302 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Disc. 1///// Deceived///// Shout It Out///// Feeder (with Robin Zander)///// Fall From The Sky (Seagull)///// Wasted (with Paul Di'Anno)///// Slave///// Big Mouth (with Maria Brink)///// War Machine///// Redeem Me (With Sass Jordan)///// Exquisite Tenderness///// Feeder (Acoustic Version) (Bonus Track)/////

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Loved the album and have played it constantly since its release. the opener deceived is a classic foot tapper headbanger of a riff,shout it out has a catchy hook to it, feeder has a cool bass groove to open the song another classic,fall from the sky is more melodic, wasted is a classic jake e lee tune,slave play it loud in the car whilst driving,war machine would not be out of place on an Ozzy album,redeem me is a melodic song with a good groove and a feel good vibe, exquisite tenderness ends the album with a piano introduction and a nice mellow feel to it.Really looking forward to the live show in early june should be a really good evening with a setlist comprising of some Ozzy tunes, Badlands tunes plus a few from this album if you're going enjoy!!
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I am a big fan of Ozzy Osbourne's band, and discovered Red Dragon Cartel as Jake E Lee (who played for Ozzy in the 1980s) re-emerged publicly into the music scene.
It's nice and heavy, as you would expect with Jake in lead guitar, and I find it a nice fresh sound, with a surprisingly tender final track.
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Not a lot more to say about this album what hasn't been said already. Great rock album by one of the most underrated guitarists out there. Great to have Jake E back again and a vocalist who is fit to match his sublime skills. This album is well worth a purchase if you liked Lee's work with Ozzy and Badlands but with a modern edge. Great stuff!
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I'm a huge Jake E Lee fan.Unlike many Ozzy Osbourne fans(& Ozzy & Sharon themselves),I thought Jake did a fabulous job following the late great Randy Rhoads.Jake & Randy are totally different style of guitarists & Ozzy knew this when he selected Jake.Randy Rhoads in my opinion REMAINS the greatest hard rock/heavy metal guitarist ever.No,Jake wasn't as good as Randy.No-one is ,that includes you Zakk/EVH/VAI/Yngwie & Slash.But that's just my opinion. All that said,again I'm in the minority,I preferred Jake's stuff in Badlands who were very underrated.Imagine a cross between Free & a bluesy Van Halen,with the amazing Ray Gillen R.I.P. on vocals.Alas it wasn't to be;changes in musical tastes/record company problems/grunge/and band in-fighting cost Badlands dearly,& they never achieved anything like they should have!Aside from the forgettable Re-Traced solo album & the odd guest appearance,RDC is Jake's first proper album since Badlands 'Dusk'. Red Dragon Cartel starts with fabulous up tempo rocker 'Decieved' which is similar to 'Bark at the Moon/Rock n Roll Rebel'.DJ Smith is RDC'S lead singer (but there are 'guest singers' on 4 tracks).Smith himself sounds like a mixture of Alice Cooper/Perry Farell/Jizzy Pearl & on 'War Machine', Ozzy Osbourne.'Shout it Out' too is quite good on further spins ,as is 'Feeder' sung by Cheap Trick's Robin Zander.Growers definitely.'Wasted'(sung by Paul Di'Anno,if you can call it singing) is dire,although the bluesy solo is good,but doesn't fit the song to these ears,anyway.This solo,is probably as close to Badlands as the album gets.'Big Mouth' too is monotonous pants,with a dull repetitive chorus. Overall,the album has a very heavy, very dark,contemporary sound to it almost,nu-metalish/buzz-saw like/industrialish/N.I.N-like back-beat rhythms,at times.Read more ›
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Jake's back with his trademark guitar style with a fresh approach on the solos too. Main vocalist is quite good (though nothing amazing). Not really sure about the 'guest appearances'. Sash Jordan does a great job as you'd expect, but I don't know what the hell the producer was thinking by letting them keep the Paul DiAnno vocal, it's absolutely awful. He doesn't sound anything like the way he did back in the Maiden days, in fact he sound almost like a death metal vocalist.
All in all a reasonable album, but there are other 80's artists still out there writing better material.
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I have always been a fan of Jake E Lee although I didn't get into his solo album. This is a great album in which his talents become part of the overall picture. Only 1 track I don't like - Redeem Me as I don't like the Tina Turner style vocals.
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I have loved the guitar work of Jake E Lee ever since he was axe man for Ozzy Osborne and then after with Badlands. He is a great rock guitarist and this band he has put together augments his superb playing perfectly. A guitar legend and a stunning album from his new project Red Dragon Cartel.
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Thank you Planet Rock. I have been listening to rock music, across the board for over 40 years and every now and then, although not so often these days, as I have seen it, heard it and got the tee shirt, a band comes along and releases an album that brings shivers to my spine and reminds me why we love rock so much. I can probably count only a dozen albums that have rocked my world and continue to do so everytime that I listen to them, even though I have played them to death (these are generally the bands first releases)......Red Dragon Cartel is such a album. Is it flawless, NO, is the production tight, NO, do the band hit every note, NO, but what it does, is prove that Rock and Roll, is not a perfect science, it is the pure rawness and the spontaneous association of instruments and vocals, that makes metal heads listen to rock in the first place. Most bands as they progress begin to spend more and more time perfecting the songs and tightening production, this leads to songs becoming over machined and less abrasive. So is the Red Dragon Cartel album any good.....OH YES ......its Brilliant.
Roll on the second album, can they progress and keep the energy that this has....I await with baited breath.
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