S. R. | 08/14/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Recorded in 1984 throughout the world We Want Moore captures Gary at his peak while in his hard rocking days. Opening with three solid rockers "murder in the Skies', 'Shapes of Things', and 'Victims of the Future' Moore lays to waste the audience with incredible picking and an unbelievable sound captured nicely with Moore handling production with Tony Platt. This is no bulldozer heavy metal sound, but a vintage Marshall Stack turned up to 11 blaze. A nice vintage hard rock sound that really crunches. Of course no Moore live album would be complete without 'Empty Rooms' a song I can't imagine how didn't make the charts amist all the crap heavy metal ballads of the 80's, it is truly a song with emotion, and of course suits Gary's style of playing. All in all a choice pick for real 80's hard rock, that is, hard rock befor Metallica got huge and ruined it for everyone. Moore is one of the finest heavy guitarist of the era, bar none."