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Artist: Leather

Title: Shock Waves

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Category: Melodic Metal

Year: 1989

Label: Roadracer

Catalog Number: RCD 9463

Personnel

Leather Leone vocals
Michael Harris guitar
David Harbour bass
John Luke He'Bert drums
David T. Chastain producer

Tracks

1.  All Your Neon  4:20
2.  The Battlefield of Life  5:33
3.  Shock Waves  4:09
4.  In a Dream  5:18
5.  Someting in this Life  4:05
6.  Diamonds Are For Real  3:49
7.  It's Still in Your Eyes  3:54
8.  Catastrophic Heaven  3:37
9.  No Place Called Home  4:42
  
Total Running Time:  39:27

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Existing comments about this CD

From: MIKE S Date: April 1, 2004 at 14:01
Not a big difference between this & the 5 CHASTAIN releases she was the vocalist on. This one is perhaps a bit more melodic. I found the songwriting to be a bit lackluster here - not as memorable as some of the CHASTAIN classics like Ruler Of The Wasteland(my personal fave), but if you like any of the CHASTAIN cds with Leather as the vocalist, you'll probably dig this one as well. Original pressing of this disc has different cover art than the re-release shown here.

From: fretboardfrenzy Date: February 14, 2005 at 11:14
this is a great CD! powerful, masculine singing performance from Leather Leone... she's awesome! beautiful songs, superb guitar solos from Michael harris. great production.

From: headbanger4life Date: January 19, 2006 at 5:28
Seeing as Chastain produced this one and Leather sang on his cds, it's no suprise that it sounds similar to his releases. I agree with the above comments about the masculine sounding vocals from Leather Leone. I had to look at the inserts to double check that she wasn't a dude. Decent metal but it wasn't really my thing over all.

From: metalhead4life Date: November 8, 2006 at 21:02
Decent but nothing that got my blood pumping. Average CD. If I am picking out a list of CD's to sell, this MIGHT be one I throw in. I got the one with the darker cover.

From: Metal T Date: October 5, 2009 at 18:38
Solid effort...Leather Leone was one of only a handful of female metal fronters who were actually worth their salt.The drummer on this went on to beat the skins on three 'King Diamond' albums and the bass player one.Michael Harris from 'Arch Rival' layed down the fretwork for this one.Not a spectacular album,but overall quite good.

From: Rob Sargant Date: January 9, 2011 at 16:37
Heavy Metal very well played, very well placed solos, beautiful drums, choirs are also well done, the voice is not good is weak in my opinion, very good album into a whole, if you like a good heavy metal, I recommend it 86/100.

From: rallen399 Date: January 30, 2011 at 17:39
Metal T I just wanted to clear up that Michael Harris is the guitar player extrordinare for Arch Rival and other projects.


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