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Artist: Jack Russell's Great White

Title: He Saw It Comin'

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Jack Russell's Great White He Saw It Comin' Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2017

Label: Frontiers Records

Catalog Number: FRCD771


Jack Russell vocals
Tony Montana guitar, keyboards
Robby Lochner guitar
Dan McNay bass
Dicki Fliszar drums


1.  Sign Of The Times     Listen
2.  She Moves Me     Listen
3.  Crazy     Listen
4.  Love Don't Live Here     Listen
5.  My Addiction     Listen
6.  Anything For You     Listen
7.  He Saw It Comin'     Listen
8.  Don't Let Me Go     Listen
9.  Spy Vs Spy     Listen
10.  Blame It On The Night     Listen
11.  Godspeed     Listen

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Existing comments about this CD

From: 123charpenay Date: January 30, 2017 at 14:08
i m a very big fan of great white.i ve their six first records in my collection.great white "same" to "pshyco motel".i m under the charm of their exceptional hard rock tainted bluesy sometimes, with always a fantastic and clear like water production.for me this new realise is a big deception.all the songs are very average and jack russell have loose his beautiful voice.the first time i ve listen this cd ,i think wow it s not jack russell who is singing it s an other guy?no it s jack with the ravages of time.

From: nobycane74 Date: February 11, 2017 at 12:03
This is a very confusing release to absorb. Is this a Great White album? Is this a Jack Russell solo album? What is this exactly? Well, what this it NOT is a Great White album...so to stamp a GW moniker on this release is very misleading. Fans of GW expect a GW-sounding album that has elements of the bands recognizable sound and style. This fails miserably in that department. As a Jack Russell solo project/album, then this can be reasonably acceptable. If you listen to his other two solo records along with this album, and dismiss the notion of a GW name attached to it - then it is a good bluesy-bar band sounding album. Nothing spectacular in any fashion - but decent. What turned me off was the order of the songs, there is no flow, its mismatched all over the place with different sounding tracks - which is hard to re-listen over again. Whats missing here is "Bad Habit" ( single from a year ago), even though its mentioned in the linear notes. HIGHLIGHTS: #1,4,5,8,10,11 MY RATING: 71/100

From: Doug Date: October 22, 2018 at 14:35
"nobycane74's" comments, spot on. Track #1 is actually very good, but then the album wanders all over the place.

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