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Category: Classic Metal
Label: eOne Music
Catalog Number: EOM-CD-8895
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Zakk Wylde lead vocals, lead guitar|
John DeServio bass
Dario Lorina rhythm guitar
Jeff Fabb drums
|1. ||Trampled Down Below |
|2. ||Seasons Of Falter |
|3. ||The Betrayal |
|4. ||All That Once Shined |
|5. ||The Only Words |
|6. ||Room Of Nightmares |
|7. ||A Love Unreal |
|8. ||Disbelief |
|9. ||The Day That Heaven Had Gone Away |
|10. ||Illusions Of Peace |
|11. ||Bury Your Sorrow |
|12. ||Nothing Left To Say |
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: January 25, 2018 at 12:57|
|I'm finding that Grimmest Hits (not a compilation, same as Bringing Metal To The Children wasn't a kids' book) picks up where Catacombs of the Black Vatican left off. In other words, it's fairly slow-palced and not all that heavy. Surprisingly, the guitars seem a bit muddy and pushed back in the mix except for the typically blazing solos, allowing Zakk's trying-oh-so-very-hard vocals to take the fore, unfortunately. This makes two fairly boring releases in a row, and three out of four if you go back to Shot To Hell. It's not awful, especially taking one song at a time, but it's far from the greatness of the first four studio albums, sadly. Also, despite the credits, I think the drummer is the only one besides Zakk who actually plays on the record. Zakk has historically done all the guitars and bass himself.
||Date: February 14, 2018 at 16:19|
|This album is growing on me, has taken a few spins though. I like tracks, #2, #5 and #12.
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