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Artist: Red Dragon Cartel

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2014

Label: Frontiers Records (Italy)

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Personnel

Jake E. Lee guitars
Ronnie Mancuso bass
D.J Smith vocals
Jonas Fairley drums

Tracks

1.  Deceived     Listen
2.  Shout It Out     Listen
3.  Feeder     Listen
4.  Fall from the Sky     Listen
5.  Wasted     Listen
6.  Slave     Listen
7.  Big Mouth     Listen
8.  War Machine     Listen
9.  Redeem Me     Listen
10.  Exquisite Tenderness     Listen

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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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