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TRACII GUNS 'All Eyes are Watchin'
Mausoleum 251051)(2004)

Tracii Guns held LA Guns together for nearly 20 years, Helped to form Guns n Roses and Brides of Destruction and is a highly in demand session player.

This album, originally released as "Killing Machine", is reminiscent of LA Guns "American Hardcore" CD.There are moments of Ozzy like vocals (Torture Games), there are moments of Metallica style playing (Unconditional Love), there are some darker moments such as "Leaving Now", some trademark Guns guitar "My House" (incidentally, the best track on the CD).

However, the most interesting tracks on the CD are the bonus tracks, two live LA Guns track with the shortlived vocals of Ralph Saenz, both raucous run through of classic tracks (LA Guns "Sex Action" and Van Halenís "Ain't talking 'bout love") but both let down by the sound quality, which is a real shame as these the tracks that would attract more people to this release, and a very electronic sounding version of AC/DCs "Whole Lotta Rosie" with Tracii on guitar and Ratts Stephen Pearcy on vocals (highly avoidable track I am afraid!!). All in all this CD did no more for me than the original release, sorry.


Review by Nikk Gunns

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***** Out of this world | **** Pretty damn fine |
*** OK, approach with caution unless you are a fan |
** Instant bargain bin fodder | * Ugly. Just ugly

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