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Shot To Hell
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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: July 27, 2013 at 16:43|
|BLS has been operating at a blistering pace, releasing an album a year since Sonic Brew came out in the spring of '99. All the while, Zakk continued his guitar duties with Ozzy, who was himself more popular than he'd been probably since the days of Randy Rhoads. Hangover Music and Mafia showed signs of weakening, and sure enough, Shot To Hell is the inevitable crash. A VERY disappointing disc full of uninspired playing, rehashed ideas, and repetitive, half-assed songs. "Concrete Jungle" wa a decdnt song, as was "Devil's Dime." Give Yourself To Me" is basically a poor attempt at "Man In The Box." "Hell Is High" sees Zakk content to spend much of the song going "Aaaaaawwwww ... Aaaaaawwwww ..." over and over. His lyrics are all but meaningless, and the five(!) ballads make him sound like a weepy drunk.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: April 8, 2014 at 18:11|
|After trashing the latest album, I went and revisited Shot To Hell to compare. Not as bad as I'd thought back in '06. At least not compared to the latest turd. At least this one has "Concrete Jungle," "Black Mass Reverends,""Blacked Out World," "The Last Goodbye," "Give Yourself To Me" and 'Devil's Dime."
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: September 13, 2014 at 21:26|
|Typical southern metal album by the former ozzy osbourne's axeman...some good tracks in here in 1,4(nice),5,6,8,9(nice),10(my fave song in here)& 12...85/100
|From: hair metal again
||Date: April 2, 2015 at 9:01|
|ok release by BLS ,always faithful to their sound &approach with heavy rock music and Ozzy kinda vocals!the riffs are less and the solos shorter while the songs arent catchy enuuf ,so the whole result isnt as strong as expected!good stuff though
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