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|From: CC||Date: October 24, 2010 at 10:22|
|While the two follow ups to this really seemed to go for a sound very close to classic WASP with little bits of Dio thrown in for good measure, this one is more akin to something like Black Label Society than WASP. Yes, there are some WASP sounding moments, but its in the minority. Rich Lewis seems to be able to totally change his vocal style depending on the style of the song. At times he sounds like a dead ringer for Blackie, at other times theres a distinct Dio feel to his vocal range, then of course theres a lot of Zakk Wylde stylings evident here. Certainly the weakest of the three albums for me.|
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