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World On Fire
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Category: Hard Rock
Catalog Number: CRP17/09/14
Myles Kennedy vocals
Todd Kerns bass
Brent Fitz drums, percussion, piano
|1. ||World On Fire |
|2. ||Shadow Life |
|3. ||Automatic Overdrive |
|4. ||Wicked Stone |
|5. ||30 Years To Life |
|6. ||Bent To Fly |
|7. ||Stone Blind |
|8. ||Too Far Gone |
|9. ||Beneath The Savage Sun |
|10. ||Withered Delilah |
|11. ||Battleground |
|12. ||Dirty Girl |
|13. ||Iris Of The Storm |
|14. ||Avalon |
|15. ||The Dissident |
|16. ||Safari Inn |
|17. ||The Unholy |
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: September 25, 2014 at 15:13|
|There was a recent episode on AXS TV on the making of "World on Fire" that I was able catch some of. From what I saw and heard, it was really good. Am hoping this is the case.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: September 25, 2014 at 20:38|
|This is a pretty good disc. Myles Kennedy reminds me of Robert Mason, actually, more than the more commmon accusations of trying too hard to be Axl. The disc gets off to a really strong start witha string of good songs, but at seventeen tracks (and seventy-some minutes), it's a bit long. Favorites for me are the title track, "Automatic Overdrive," "30 Years To Life," "Withered Delilah," "Dirty Girl" and "The Dissident." It's the best thing Slash has done outside GnR, I have to say.
||Date: October 4, 2014 at 5:25|
|hmmm, I am a huge fan of GNR but nothing Slash has done since leaving them has truly excited me, be it Snakepit, Velvet Revolver or solo, and this one does nothing to change that sadly. The first solo album did not impress me initially despite all the guest singers as it felt like Slash adapted to them rather than them adapting to him, which made it sound more like a mixed artist compilation album rather than a Slash album. That one though grew on me with some of the songs, though still cant say its a great album. The last one, I cant even tell you a single song on it. This one is certainly better though. Couple of songs stood out, but I still have an issue with Kennedy and his Axl aping style. It just grates on me. Also, when you are already struggling with an album, 17 tracks is way too much. Dont get me wrong the music is great, its just the songs themselves dont excite and as mentioned, the vocals are pretty naff.
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