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|From: MetalllianStallion||Date: February 7, 2014 at 0:11|
|Jake E Lee is back from the dead. I thought he and Vito Bratta where holed-up at a undisclosed bunker, as they have both been off the music grid 20+ years. This album which isn't listed above also features guest appearances from Robin Zander,Paul Di’Anno, former Pantera Rex Brown, Slash's Conspirators Todd Kearns & Brent Fitz and Maria Brink (In This Moment). The album kicks-off with the Ozzy-esque "Deceived" but as soon D.J Smith (vocals) kick in I proclaim him the weak link, as I am not too keen on his vox. The stand out tracks are the ones where Smith is on the sidelines -Robin Zander "Feeder" and Maria Brink "Big Mouth" are pretty good. Solid guitar work by Lee but IMO he needs to give the singer his walking papers for a future triumphant return to form. Feeder Video http://tinyurl.com/FeederLyricVideo|
|From: Doug||Date: April 9, 2014 at 15:31|
|Jake's playing and tone is so distinctive; he's one of my favorite guitarists. For me though, RDC really needs a consistent voice to become more successful. This album has its moments but IMO is too "scattered."|
|From: hair metal again||Date: April 19, 2014 at 2:22|
|pretty good release by RED DRAGON CARTEL and this is updated guitar driven heavy rock music ,just as expected by Jake E Lee!i d say that it reminds me of SLASH s recent ones !many guest appearances by great artists ,remarkable guitar work and some good songs make that a worth having release!|
|From: juan carlos||Date: April 28, 2020 at 18:58|
|Average HardRock album in my book. Good Production and some cool riffs/solos. "Deceived" and "War Machine" are good ones. 75/100|
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