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John Schlitt

Unfit for Swine

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1996

Label: Word

Catalog Number: 7019908608

Average Rating: 68 / 100 (6 ratings)

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Personnel
John Schlitt lead vocals
Mark Heimermann keyboards
Dann Huff electric and acoustic guitars
David Huff drums, percussion
Jackie Street bass
George Cocchini electric and acoustic guitars
Tracks
1.  Save Me  3:37
2.  God Is Too Big  3:42
3.  Can't Get Away  4:18
4.  We Worship You  4:12
5.  Need I Remind You  4:15
6.  Take You On  3:53
7.  Helping Hand  4:49
8.  There Is Someone  3:45
9.  I Killed a Man  3:57
10.  Don't Have to Take It  3:48
  
Total Running Time:  40:16

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Harry Date: May 3, 2004 at 13:01
When I first listen to John Schlitt's vocals (when he was the lead singer for HEAD EAST) I didn't really care for his sound. But as he has progressed over the years with PETRA & Solo, I've kinda have more respect for his style. Admit it though, he has a unique sound, but with all the so called wanna-bees in the Music Industry, its nice to have a different voice once in a while to add a new flavor. This album is a steal on Ebay! Excellent songs at a very reasonable price. Buy it soon!

From: metalmaniac777 Date: June 14, 2011 at 12:34
Frequently--and in my opinion, unjustyly--panned by critics and fans alike, this 2nd solo effort from John Schlitt shows him experimenting with a darker, slightly heavier sound compared to his previous work but still retains the vocal urgency John is known for along with some memorable hooks. It's not as melodic as Petra or even Schlitt's earlier solo offering, which may be what turns so many people off, but that certainly doesn't mean it deserves to be tossed out like so much pig shit.


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