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New Disc next month:Tipton, Entwistle & Powell

Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by James Hart, Feb 21, 2006.


  1. My Judas Priest fan ex guitarist has been telling me about this for some time... seems it's gonna see the light of day next month.

    Judas Priest's guitarist Glenn Tipton was asked to record a solo disc in 96. He called upon a couple of the best around.... John Entwistle and Cozy Powell!!!

    Coming March 7th....
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    http://www.glenntipton.co.uk/default.asp
     
  2. RHFusillo

    RHFusillo Supporting Member

    Mar 20, 2000
    Phoenix, AZ
    What a great rhythm section, and sadly departed.
     
  3. I cannot believe no one else commented.... The Ox playing in an 80s type metal band! I always thought he was better suited as a metal guy myself.

    I just got my copy yesterday... Not bad. Glenn sings and it's clear why he sings back up in Priest. The songs are ok... a little cheesy but I'm glad I bought it.

     
  4. Caeros

    Caeros

    Jul 24, 2002
    Branford, CT
    I heard the songwriting was kinda dissappointing. Blabbermouth gave it a horrendous review.
     
  5. yeah... it's weak vocally in performance and composition. The guitar / bass / drums are pretty ok though.
     
  6. Is it worth getting as an Entwistle fan? Is he up front in the mix, with plenty of his signature style and tone?
     
  7. it's a metal guitarists solo disc.... John is playing metal with a killer drummer and guitarist.

    no bass solos
    mixed like 80s metal (read guitar is all that matters :meh: )

    I won't listen to it much, but to me, it was worth the $15 I paid.
     
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