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Hughes/Turner Project
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on March 25, 2002
This is the best CD either Glenn Hughes or Joe Lynn Turner have put out in years. And that's saying alot, because seperately they've put out some of the best stuff I've listened too! This CD will take you back to the days of Deep Purple, and yet it manages to be fresh and exciting! Highlights include "Mystery Of The Heart", "Devil's Road", "Missed Your Name" and the best song on the CD, the Glenn Hughes/John Sykes penned "Heaven's Missing An Angel." This CD mixes rock and funk into a melodic tapistry gauranteed to delight the soul. If you like either Hughes or Turner, you can't go wrong with this CD.
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on April 8, 2002
What a fantastic sound!! Not being a huge Turner fan, I was a bit skeptical when I first heard about this collaboration. But this is a great album!! Very much in the vein of classic '70s, hard rock. Hughes (as always) slays with his vocal range and soulful bass. And JJ Marsh is dead on with his guitar work here. It is great to hear Sykes work with Hughes as well... hopefully we will see more with Sykes in the future. If you like Hughes and just great rock in general, you must own this album!!
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on April 5, 2002
This album is great! It's back to some basic ground for hard rock and it pleases me very much to see that melodic rock still have some upholders. Both singers do their very best and it's nice to notice that Glenn Hughes have left some of his previous 'slow-lowtuned-heavy-stuff' behind. My suggestion is that you buy this album as soon as possible. Turn the volume up real loud and just enjoy one of the best albums in many years.
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