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Saturday, September 25, 2010

Ian Gillan 1980 Glory Road



Genre: Hard Rock
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 01:18:29
Size: 179,37 MB

Review by Alex Henderson

Like Mr. Universe, Glory Road put to shame many of the albums Deep Purple recorded after Ian Gillan's departure. Play this album next to Purple's post-Gillan 1975 release Come Taste the Band, and it becomes clear just how superior some of Gillan's solo albums were. Those who like Gillan for melodic yet blistering heavy metal won't be disappointed by "Sleeping on the Job," "Unchain Your Brain," and other inspired, high-octane rockers. A few years later, Gillan would experiment with elements of jazz fusion and R&B/funk, but on Glory Road it is his love of metal and balls-to-the-wall rock that wins out. Next to Mr. Universe, this was Gillan's best studio date.



Tracklist:

01 - Unchain Your Brain 03:12

02 - Are You Sure 04:07

03 - Time And Again 05:07

04 - No Easy Way 06:36

05 - Sleeping On The Job 03:12

06 - On The Rocks 06:42

07 - If You Believe Me 07:34

08 - Running, White Face, City Boy 03:14

09 - Nervous 03:45

10 - Your Mother Was Right 07:24

11 - Redwatch 03:43

12 - Abbey Of Thelema 06:07

13 - Trying To Get To You 03:18

14 - Come Tomorrow 02:52

15 - Dragons Tongue 05:33

16 - Post-Fade Brain Damage 06:03






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