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Blessed Hellride album for sale by Black Label Society was released Apr 22, 2003 on the Spitfire label. Nu-metal be damned; Zakk Wylde might say there's only one kind of metal, and that's "heavy." On THE BLESSED HELLRIDE, the ex-Ozzy Osbourne guitarist's Black Label Society attempts to create nothing less than the ultimate mullet-sporting high school headbanger's dream album. Fans of old school, "strap on Les Paul/insert into Marshall stack/rock like hell" thrash mayhem will find a lot to love here, from the raw, aggressive monster guitar and drum sounds to the Black Sabbath-via-Judas Priest gargantuan riffs. Blessed Hellride CD music contains a single disc with 11 songs. ...See Full Description
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||"The Real Deal"|
Blessed Hellride buy CD music .O.K. Kids Here's some (for what its worth) from an old fart Rocker. I got Hooked on loud hard edged a** kicking Rock-n-Roll back in the late 60s and haven't looked back or had my ears stop ringing since. We had Blue Cheer, Deep Purple, led zeppelin, Ted Nugent, and of course the supreme all powerfull Black Sabbath. Just to name a few. Hard rocking, over amped, ear splitting gut churning ;and all with a basic foundation of the "Blues" I heard Zakk on the stuff with Ozzy and said to myself "This guy can play" I never bought anything that he did with his own bands, "Pride and Glory" or "Black Label Society" Then just recently I picked up "Blessed Hellride" The more I listen to it the more I like it. Zakk Wilde is the real deal people. Of course he's been influenced by some of the previously mentioned bands and players. Who hasn't? Zakk takes it all and expands it outward into his own realm of creativity. AND he does it with emotion that is so real you can feel it in your soul. The only thing critical I would say is that his lyrics tend to be on the downer side but that's what he feels and back in the 60s and 70s alot of "OUR" music reflected the same emotion. As you get older you realize that the only way to cope in this crazy world with all its violence and hate is to learn to see the goodness and love that is out there and try to stay focused on it in order to save your sanity. So in closing I'll just say; Rock on brothers and sisters.
By Mark (Miami, Fl.)
In My Opinion, it is Zakk's Best Work Yet. Recording is much cleaner, and the songs really stand out.
By a reviewer (Connelly Springs, NC, USA)
This is the type of music that socks you in the gut and leaves you wanting more. I was waiting a long time for this one, and Zakk delivers. It's raw, hungry, and loud, like metal should be.
By a reviewer (Monroe, NY)
||There is No Such Thing As A Bad Zack Album|
Anymore its very hard for me to determine which of Zack's BLS cds stands on top. Each one is a little different than the other. The new release is just another example of this. I felt this album was more consistent than 1919 or Stronger Than Death. On the other hand, the Blessed Hellride doesn't really have a "top" song either in my opinion. Nonetheless, there is no such thing as a bad Zack album. He is the best guitarist around right now hands down.
By a reviewer (Scranton, Pa)
this is a great cd,my favorite song is doomsday jesus everytime I listen to it it gets stuck in my head!Overall a great cd,I reccomend it to any fan of metal.
By sean (kcmo)
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Blessed Hellride songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||5747439|
|Release Date||Apr 22, 2003|
|Engineer||Eddie Mapp; Eddie Mapp|
|Recording Time||45 minutes||