Lion Music 2012

Lion Music has remastered and reissued the Swedish guitar virtuoso’s fourth studio album, originally released in 1998.

Upon a few listens, it’s understandable why it has been re-released: it’s a remarkable album very much in the vein of Yngwie’s “Odyssey”…only ten years later.  Bjorn Lodin does a great job on vocals, with his gritty style adding another dimension to the melodic songs on offer.  One can distinguish a lot of mid-80’s Yngwie influence (without the shredding), as well as some Deep Purple tones in the mix.  It is the progression in some of the songs to tilt them out of kilter that may have prevented this work from being more well-known.

Still worth investigating, though.

Nick van der Meulen

Listen in to Get Ready to ROCK! Radio…
Click the appropriate icons at the top of the page.

In this two hour special David Randall plays a selection of the GRTR! reviewer choices for ‘Best of 2019′ and announces the results of the popular poll. First broadcast Sunday 22 December 2019.

Featured Albums w/c 20 January (Mon-Fri)

09:00-12:00 AUTUMN’S CHILD Autumn’s Child (AOR Heaven)
12:00-13:00 THE RAGGED SAINTS Sonic Playground Revisited (AOR Heaven)
14:00-16:00 AMBERLY CHALBERG Hi-Line (indie)

Power Plays w/c 20 January (Mon-Fri)

THUNDERSTICK Go Sleep With The Enemy (Roulette Records)
BUFFALO SUMMER Everybody’s Out For No.1 (Silver Lining Music)
ANCHOR LANE Dead Run (R7 Records)
MOLLY KARLOFF She Said (indie)
H.E.A.T. Come Clean (Frontiers)
THE KENDALL COLLECTION Staring Back At Me (indie)
VOODOO RAMBLE Midnight Train (indie)

Email This Page
This entry was posted in ALBUM REVIEWS, ALBUM REVIEWS (Mobile), All Posts and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply