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Building The Machine

Glenn Hughes Audio CD
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The Voice of Rock (who now proclaims himself “Supplier of the Funk”), as expected, chalks up another winner. -- GLASS EYE sept 2000 (Toledo,OH) 3.5 out of 5 Mark Tinta

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Since 1973, the year when Glenn Hughes was enlisted by Deep Purple as their new bassist and vocalist, he has brought out numerous solo albums, stylistically at the interface of rock, metal, funk, and soul. Fans and media have given British-born Hughes the nickname ‘The Voice of Rock’, a moniker that once again proves to be well deserved on Building the Machine, which includes a new version of the Deep Purple classic ‘High Ball Shooter’ (from his masterpiece Stormbringer).

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4.0 out of 5 stars Glenn Hughes builds the machine quite well!!! May 5 2004
By Bastian
Format:Audio CD
Ok, let me start saying this: It`s been a long time since I first heard this album but it stands as one of my favourite Hughes albums. I bought this album right after it came out here in Norway. I was very into Glenn Hughes and his voice from albums such as Deep Purple-Burn and Stormbringer, and Since that I have always been a hugh fan of his. Ok, I bought this album in exitement of hearing his voice in the age of 50 i suppose and was trilled about how good it was!!!! I couldn`t believe what I was hearing!!!! That voice is amazing and now i can understand that people call him: The Voice Of Rock. The music is also very good. It Rocks big time. This was a very big surprise for me, because I had never heard anything from him since his Deep Purple days. This is a must for all Glenn Hughes fans
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4.0 out of 5 stars HYPER- SOLID STUFF!!! Feb. 3 2003
Format:Audio CD
Building The Machine is a solid set of Hard Rock songs with a very healthy dose of funk, a Hughes' trademark. What impresses me the most is Glenn's voice still in wonderful shape as well as the great musical craft and poise of his bass playing; supported professionally by J.J. Marsh (guitar) and Gary Ferguson (drums)a pair of more than average musicians.
In a time of hyper complex guitar solos, odd atmospheres and twisted lyrical themes in Metal (which I love), Building the Machine is a very refreshing injection of joy and good vibe, recalling a clearer and simplest time.
Highlights: "Out on Me", "Don't Let It Slip Away", the fabolous Purple's revamp of "Highball Shooter" as well as Rare Earth's "I Just Want To Celebrate" featuring canadian great Pat Travers as guest axeman.
Despite certain inconstancies, specifically on the four ballads which sound somewhat generic; this CD has been spinning in my player for months non-stop. Maybe this is not a masterpiece,but is a very enjoyable and memorable musical experience.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Quality rock/metal June 8 2002
Format:Audio CD
Fellow Americans put away your Rap and Nu-Metal. Give this Guy a listen he masterfully blends hard bluesy rock/funk and masterful vocals/bass lines. Guest Pat Travers. This is a quality Rock CD that all rock fans ages 18-40 can enjoy.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Building the Machine by Glenn Hughes April 22 2002
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
Glenn Hughes is my favourite rock vocalist but I can't understand why he put out a funky soul album rather than heavy rock like "Addiction" and "Return of the Crystal Karma" I am very disappointed. I prefer the fast and heavy guitar sound, with the heavy rock Glenn Hughes vocals.
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