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The Blessed Hellride
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Category: Heavy Metal
Label: Spitfire Records
Catalog Number: 091
Craig Nunenmacher Drums|
Zakk Wylde Lead Vocals, Guitars, Bass, Piano
Ozzy Osbourne Backing Vocals
|1. ||Stoned and Drunk ||5:05|
|2. ||Doomsday Jesus ||3:30|
|3. ||Stillborn ||3:12|
|4. ||Suffering Overdue ||4:29|
|5. ||The Blessed Hellride ||4:32|
|6. ||Funeral Bell ||4:41|
|7. ||Final Solution ||4:05|
|8. ||Destruction Overdrive ||3:01|
|9. ||Blackened Waters ||3:56|
|10. ||We Live No More ||4:02|
|11. ||Dead Meadow ||4:30|
|12. ||F.U.N. Bonus Track ||2:57|
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|Total Running Time:|| 48:00|
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: July 27, 2013 at 16:11|
|BLS breaks out on this album, with a streamlined, faster-moving sound only occasionally hinted at on 1919 Eternal. The thick, sloppy sludge of Sonic Brew is all but gone, replaced by crisp, clear tones that still retain the heavy chug. Ozzy only sings backing vocals on one song ("Stillborn," the band's first real "hit," which made this album Spitfire's best-selling release by far), but you'd think he was on every track, because somewhere along the way, Zakkk has learned to imitate him frigtheningly well. The two singles, "Stilllborn" and the title track, are okay, but the real highlights are "Stoned And Drunk," "Suffering Overdue," "Funeral Bell," and "Destruction Overdrive." This is probably my favorite BLS album.
|From: hair metal again
||Date: March 27, 2015 at 11:42|
|very good release by BLS ,with Zakk being faithful to his heavy/hard rock riffs and approach which started with PRIDE&GLORY!the riffs are flawless ,the attitude&booze is there and things could be better if the choruses were catchier!good stuff
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