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Glory Road
Ian Gillan
Glory Road
Genres: Pop, Metal
Digitally Remastered and also Includes the Original Vinyl Artwork, Where Possible.


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All Artists: Ian Gillan
Title: Glory Road
Members Wishing: 4
Total Copies: 0
Label: Caram
Release Date: 6/18/1999
Album Type: Import
Genres: Pop, Metal
Styles: Vocal Pop, British Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1


Album Details
Digitally Remastered and also Includes the Original Vinyl Artwork, Where Possible.

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Hadr rock cannot get better than this!!
PATHERSON | 11/26/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This is IAn Gillan releasing album after album better than Deep Purple's BURN, STORMBRINGER and COME TASTE THE BAND. THis is Ian Gillan at his hard rocking best, with energy and force, using his powerful lungs as a huge machine at the services of rock and roll. The songs are fantastic, there are bluesy moments like IF YOU BELIEVE, everything is in tune. Guitarrist Bernie Torme never again regained such status as when he was playing with Gillan (he was the first name chosen to replace Randy Rhoads in Ozzy Osbourne's band, when Randy died).YOu can't go wrong with this one: it's hard rock at its best!"
Gergellor | Supimpalāndia | 11/29/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Ian Gillan: an endless source of musical creation, not only in the hard rock genre, but with a lot of its subgenres. The guy is involved in all the compositions for his various different catalogues (DEEP PURPLE, IAN GILLAN BAND, GILLAN, IAN GILLAN, GILLAND & GLOVER); the guy can sing softly and can scream terribly loud; the guy performs live with confidence and inspiration; he never sold out to openly mainstream music.Introduction gone, I must say GLORY ROAD is a masterpiece, along with MR. UNIVERSE. His band here is at full speed, full of confidence and brilliantism. Perfect."
Not his best...
Poverty | Puta Que O Pariu | 12/06/2002
(2 out of 5 stars)

"GLORY ROAD is not the best GIllan hard rock album. Its sucessor, 1981's FUTURE SHOCK, is a lot more mature and is better.Also, the bonus tracks here are a waste of time, it only serves to destroy the atmosphere of the original album, theatmosphere of a band that was reaching its peak and beginning to headline arenas all over Europe."