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Artist: John Sykes

Title: Nuclear Cowboy

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John Sykes Nuclear Cowboy  Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2001

Label: Mercury

Catalog Number: PHCW-1063


John Sykes vocals, guitars, bass, theremin
Carmine Appice drums
Curt Bisquera drums
Bonnie Bonnepart drums
Jamie Muhoberac keyboards
Marco Mendoza bass
Alex Alessandron keyboards


1.  Intro  
2.  We Will  
3.  Nuclear Cowboy  
4.  Arc Angel  
5.  Nothing Means Nothing  
6.  Talking 'Bout Love  
7.  One Way System  
8.  Interlude All Good People  
9.  Degraded  
10.  Sick  
11.  I Wish It Would Rain  
12.  Raising The Devil  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: MJ (Marla) Date: February 25, 2004 at 21:59
The first time I heard the song 'We Will' I stopped dead in my tracks!! WHAT a groove!! Such attitude.....easily one of my top ten favorite songs, ever!! Love 'Nuclear Cowboy', 'Nothing Means Nothing', 'Talking 'Bout Love', 'One Way System', 'Degraded' and 'Sick' too.......Jeeeeez....might as well just say I love 'em all on this release!!!!

From: Cruise Date: February 26, 2004 at 23:10
A decent album, but not a classic. Some tracks better than others but still has that distinctive guitar sound and vocal. 7/10

From: Axelinger Date: July 6, 2004 at 12:55
Been a fan of Sykes since his Tygers Of Pan Tang days, but this experimentation with hip hop nonsense has to end... He needs to be a member of a band (like Thin Lizzy, Whitesnake, Tygers), or part of a supergroup (Blue Murder), so he can't run amok and ruin things with awful dreck like the title track... Anyone justifying the limp, rap-influenced experiments on this album, surely can't rank this slop up there with the man's stellar, past efforts... That would be a complete joke...

From: Date: January 7, 2005 at 21:55
In this album you will not find that whitesnake sound that sykes did in some of his previous albums , a bit heavier sometimes , others going in different directions.Still i think Sykes's fans should buy it because it's a good record , certainly not a classic.

From: Date: January 28, 2005 at 11:04
i like this record , the song 'Arc Angel' is pure guitar insanity . The rest of the record is also very good , though i wouldn mind seeing Sykes playing again in a great band , i can only imagine Sykes ,Neal Schon,Rod Morgenstein,Lou Gramm.....

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