Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|Michael Schenker Group|
Built to Destroy (Reis)
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
Japanese remastered, reissue now with five bonus tracks,'Rock My Nights Away (Original Mix)', 'The Dog Of War (Original Mix)', 'Captain Nemo (Original Mix)', 'Still Love That Little Devil (Original Mix)' & 'Red Sky Devil (... more »
Japanese remastered, reissue now with five bonus tracks,'Rock My Nights Away (Original Mix)', 'The Dog Of War (Original Mix)', 'Captain Nemo (Original Mix)', 'Still Love That Little Devil (Original Mix)' & 'Red Sky Devil (Original Mix).14 tracks in all. 2000 release.
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Michael R. Dixon | The Woodlands, Texas | 05/18/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This album rocks. One of my favorite songs is "Time Waits" . It is truly a hidden classic. Systems Failing and I'm Gonna Make You Mine bring out the strengths of this fine axeman. I bought the original and that is what I base my review on. It kicks and I still rock to it 20 years later. I had the LP and now the CD. I also recommend "Michael Schenker Group Live - Unforgiven World Tour" . That has MSG, UFO, and Scorpions music all over it. Of course, the common denominator is Michael Schenker in all of those bands."
old rocker | North Babylon, NY United States | 05/11/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This cd gets 5 stars because it contains 5 versions of songs that are the original European mix. When the album was first released only the import was available and it was so much more raw and genuine. You could actually feel that album. Then the U.S. release came out and took it down a notch. Whoever decided the songs could stand improvement, including replacing Gary Barden on "Still Love That Little Devil" with Derek St. Holmes on the U.S. version, was wrong. Please release the original album and discard the American mix."
An absolute must-have for even the casual Schenker fan
Michael R. Dixon | 08/26/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This album fulfills the promise of "Strangers In The Night". Much of Schenker's solo work is overly aggressive and his talent is lost in the noise. This album is balanced: Schenker's awesome neoclassical metal guitar style coupled with consistently well-written songs, yielding an album that is perhaps his best solo work. An absolute must-have for even the casual Schenker fan."