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Jettblack - Black Gold [New CD]
Jettblack - Black Gold [New CD]
Jettblack - Black Gold [New CD]
Jettblack - Black Gold [New CD]

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Black Gold

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Category: 80s Hard Rock

Year: 2013

Label: Spinefarm

Catalog Number: SPINE746504

Average Rating: 79 / 100 (4 ratings)


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Jon Dow vocals, guitar
Will Stapleton vocals, guitar
Matt Oliver drums
Tom Wright bass
Damon Johnson guitar (track 1)
Ian Paice drums (track 2)
1.  Black Gold edit  
2.  Feel the Love  
3.  Weapon  
4.  Fade Away  
5.  Let Me Put My Love into You    Cover: AC/DC
6.  Red Horizon acoustic  
7.  Barracuda    Cover: Heart
8.  Name in Vain    Cover: Motorhead
9.  War Between Us acoustic  
10.  Not Even Love acoustic  
11.  Sunshine acoustic  
12.  Prison of Love asoustic  
13.  Black Gold album version  

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From: CC Date: March 26, 2014 at 8:12
Black gold is basically a contract obligation album it seems, as studio album #3 proper is being funded by the pledge campaign rather than Spinefarm, but its a great album none the less. Now while I own the bulk of these songs already as single b-sides (digital and CD) etc, its nice to get them all on one CD. The only downside to this compilation for me is that its missing their best cover song (Danger zone), and would rather have had the acoustic tracks released as an album or EP on their own, and left this as a full electric release. I would have bought both. Basically you get two versions of the single Black gold. Some b-sides and previously digital only tracks. A couple of new cover songs, and a new acoustic track which will appear on album #3 in electric form. The two new cover songs, one by Heart, one by Motorhead are both great, and Red horizon is a song that shows the next album will be as good as anything released before. Worth buying this just for Weapon and Fade away though.

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