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  • CD (23 mai 1989)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Atlantic/Q Records
  • ASIN : B000008D4D
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle
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Format: CD
Cet album de Badlands composé de Jake E Lee qui quitta Ozzy par envie de développer ses talents teintés de blues contient de superbes morceaux de hard rock d'une incroyable honnêteté et classe qui contient son lot d'hymnes (Dreams in the Dark ; The streets cry freedom !). Le son met en avant chaque instrument dont la superbe voix du regretté Ray Gillen. Au temps du vinyle, on appréciait la deuxième face matinée blues avec son sommet (Rumblin Train avec son solo de guitare diluvien). Il n'y a absolument rien à jeter sur cet album.
Un des grands oubliés de cette période dont je recommande la découverte.
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La rencontre entre Jack E Lee guitariste surdoué découvert par le zigzaguant Ozzy Osbourne et Ray Gillen, le regretté chanteur qui accompagna avec beaucoup de classe Tommy Iommi entre autres fut explosive.
A une époque où il était de bon ton de mettre un peu de blues dans son hard rock : Poison, Cinderella, Motley Crue pour se donner un air plus authentique, on sent chez ce groupe qu'ils ont écouté Robert Johnson, Elmore James et T Bone Walker dès leur plus jeune âge.
Pas de récupération commerciale donc, enfin disons que le groupe fait VRAI, et entre la guitare babillarde et échévélée de Jack E Lee et la voix puissante de Ray Gillen (qui n'est pas sans rappeler le meilleur Glenn Hughes) on a droit à un feu d'artifice de hard rock matiné blues du plus bel effet.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Rock from the badlands... 26 avril 2003
Par trebe - Publié sur
Format: CD
Badlands self-titled debut release, is a collection of hard, blues flavored rock, that is raw and laden with emotion. The late Ray Gillen's voice is perfectly suited to the genre, displaying a wide tonal range, in a variety of styles, from all out rockers to slow bluesy ballads. His ability to infuse genuine feeling into the music, is one of the keys to its appeal. Song topics are down to earth, gently influenced by themes from the American frontier. This is music that taps into the roots of blues based hard rock.
Beside Gillen's vocal talents, Badlands also features the considerable skills of guitarist Jake E. Lee, the man who came to replace Randy Rhodes in Ozzy Osboune's band. The frenetic energy that powered such metal classics as "Journey to the Center of Eternity", "Rock and Roll Rebel" and "Bark at the Moon", are channeled into a completely different direction. The results, while perhaps not as manic, are still very powerful in a different way. Instead of starting at full throttle, more often the energy and tension are allowed to build, before being released. Lee's tone, style, and phrasing, bear little similarity to his playing with Ozzy, but his desire to play this type of music was the reason he left Osbourne's band. With a cleaner tone, Lee's fluid playing style can more easily be heard, and appreciated. Rounding out the band, is a solid rhythm section. Eric Singer energetically handles the drumming duties, and Greg Chaisson mans the bass. Put simply, Badlands rocks hard with feeling.
Except for the instrumental, Jade's Song, dedicated to Lee's daughter, the songs are about evenly divided between up-tempo rockers, and slower bluesy numbers. Among the best tunes are "Streets Cry Freedom", which features Gillen's haunting vocal. As the song builds, Lee's guitar takes flight, including a spacey side guitar solo. "High Wire" finds Badlands brand of blues, closest to the traditional hard rock format. "Rumblin' Train" is a fun bluesy track, that will have you stomping your feet as it chugs along, with Gillen and Lee stoking the engine to the end of the line. "Dancing on the Edge", opens with a muted scratching riff that progresses into one of the album?s faster numbers. Lee's solo is energetic, full of twists and turns, with a flurry of pulloffs, reminiscent of this playing with Ozzy. With song structure that is all over the map, the untraditional blues of "Devil's Stomp" is perhaps the collection's most musically intriguing tune. "Seasons" is the best of the slow numbers, a beautiful song that features one of Ray Gillen's finest vocals. The mood is reminiscent of Zeppelin, with an American flavor.
Badlands' brand of gut level rock, wasn?t really aimed at the typical teenage "headbanger", and didn't quite fit into the metal scene of the time. The singles "Winter Calls", and "Dreams in the Dark", did not find much of an audience, and though the band did produce a second album, "Voodoo Highway", the untimely death of Ray Gillen put an end to the band. If bluesy, hard rock is your thing, strap on your gun belt, adjust your hat, step outside into the noontime sun, and check out Badlands.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 One of those lost gems... 23 juillet 2004
Par I. MUNOZ - Publié sur
Format: CD
This album is British hard rock at its best. Ray Gillen shines on vocals, with his wide range and his emotional and powerful voice that makes you wonder why he was never so known as Dio, David Coverdale and the likes. Shame that he's no longer among us! (R.I.P., Ray! -- "Rock In Peace, Ray", I meant ;-))

Jake E. Lee also does an amazing job in the rhythm and lead guitar here. The guy rocks hard with his dry tone and aggressive phrasing. He sounds very raw, hitting you straight on your face, ripping off everything around him when it's time to spit a flashy solo out, while heavily riffing almost all the remaining time. This is beautifully rough! But at the same time Jake is able to perform semi-acoustic parts in themes such as "Jade's Song" and "Winter's Call", in where he plays with extreme sensibility and tenderness too.

Overall, this is a mid-paced bluesy hard rock release, with evident influences from Led Zeppelin, early Whitesnake and some other British hard rock bands. These songs are also catchy and are played with a deep feeling and attitude -- although they are not breaking any ground, to be sincere.

In one sentence: a great album with amazing vocals and superb guitars. A lost gem that deserves at least four stars -- or even five stars for the fans of the genre! Highly recommended!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 10 STARS! 24 mai 2003
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Format: CD
This is the best hard rock album EVER! Soulful, emotional and unique. Jake, Ray, Eric and Greg you are sorely missed! This album is one of the few that when it's on, I just sit mezmerized, and must hear it to the end. LOUD! Close yer eyes and soak it in. I have never heard or read one negative word about this band. RIP Ray, this masterpiece has touched me for over 10 years now.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 70s Metal With A 90s Twist 12 mars 2003
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Format: CD
Badlands' music is 70s metal with a 90s twist. Drawing equally from English rock such as Zeppelin, Humble Pie, Free, and Bad Company; Southern boogie such as ZZ Top, Skynyrd, Molly Hatchet, the Outlaws, the Winter Brothers, and Blackfoot; and American metal like Mountain, Montrose, and Grand Funk Railroad, Badlands stands apart from the typical "hair metal" crowd and makes music their way. It's such a shame that they only made one more album before disbanding (Ray Gillen, R.I.P.), but it was great while it lasted.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 An underrated hard rock gem is finally reissued! 26 mai 2010
Par Carlos A. Ramirez - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Featuring former Ozzy Osbourne guitarist Jake E. Lee and the wonderfully gifted Ray Gillen on vocals, Badlands were poised for arena headlining status. Rounding out the band was the killer rhythm section of drummer Eric Singer (Kiss, The Cult) and bassist Greg Chaisson. While other "all-star" projects looked good on paper, Badlands actually delivered on the kind of material that their collective powers promised.

This self-titled album is essential for any fan of Led Zeppelin, AC/DC, and the David Coverdale lead version of Deep Purple. The 2 singles from the album, "Dreams in the Dark," and "Winter's Call," received moderate airplay on MTV, and the album went on to sell somewhere in the 400K range. That said, their next album, 'Voodoo Highway,' failed to connect with a wide audience. Badlands started having personality issues within their ranks, and the band would end up breaking up after recording a 3rd album called 'Dusk.'

While their later output is worth investing in, it's 'Badlands' that should be celebrated for the hard rock classic that it is. The fine folks at Rock Candy Records have just reissued the album in a remastered version with tons of photos and extensive liner notes. There is also a bonus song called "Ball and Chain," that is worthy of the rest of the powerful tracks on the original version of the record. Do yourself a favor and pick this one up now!
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