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REvolution album for sale by Lynch Mob was released Apr 29, 2003 on the Cleopatra label. Heavy metal guitar stalwart George Lynch returns with REvolution, a 13-track set featuring re-recorded versions of Dokken and Lynch Mob classics. REvolution CD music Vocalist Rob Mason and bassist Anthony Esposito have returned to the Lynch Mob fold for this project; they are joined behind the drum kit by newcomer Michael "Fro" Frowein. Together, the combo does a mostly bang-up job with the material. REvolution CD music contains a single disc with 13 songs. ...See Full Description
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||This is just plain cool!|
No one is replacing the originals or discrediting what was originally recorded. Don't you guys get it? This is merely a different take on some really good material, done in a raw and very heavy vein. I would never want this to replace the original CDs I have of these tunes, but I have to give George credit for rocking these out to the max! Hell, after the god-awful "Smoke This" CD, I was exstatic to hear him ripping out this stuff like he's done here. I say two thumbs up George and Robert Mason, and thanks for making the fans this CD!
By fehlingc (Bellbrook, OH, USA)
originals are the ones to have!
By metalmike (ny,ny)
||REvolves Back to Rock But Dares to REvolt|
Previous outings by George's Lynch Mob brought near unanimous jeers for his shift towards Nu-Metal, myself included. So now with "REvolution," he's revisiting past Dokken/Lynch Mob tunes but, praise Almighty, with a definite return to Rock. (That said, this release automatically rates a 4-star vote for axe-master's choice in musical direction.) Comparing these songs with the originals is not encouraged when rating this album, albeit for sake of curiosity. Understandably, these are not rehashed makeovers but refreshed renditions that often are "unfamiliar" vs. the originals. Nonetheless, "REvolution" easily demonstrates why George has amassed so many critical Rock guitar fans. Strictly speaking on terms of the album's "sound," the vocals aren't smooth and polished as the originals, but seem to work quite well with these versions. Bottomline, if you enjoyed George's Dokken and Rock-oriented Lynch Mob fretwork, this should more than adequately provide a fix to hear Mr. Lynch play more dirty, crunchy guitar with stinging leads (until the next studio release).
By a reviewer (San Jose, CA, USA)
George Lynch has always been one of my favorite guitarists. Dokken, on the other hand, is a little too polished for my taste. Therefore, stripped down versions of old Dokken/Lynch Mob songs seemed like a good idea. And for the most part it rocks. Their version of Breaking the Chains is atrocious, but doesn't wreck the effort. The songs sound fresh, but dated. It hard to change what's already been done. May have been better suited as a live cd. Either way diehard fans may find it pointless.
By a reviewer (Birmingham, AL, USA)
||Updated and Upgraded|
The sound is awesome, at first, it is a little weird getting use to the new versions of the favorite old tunes. The Dokken songs are a great update and new version
By a reviewer (San Diego)
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REvolution songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||5785680|
|Release Date||Apr 29, 2003|
|Producer||Ron Rutledge; Dave Reed; George Lynch; Tim Yasui|
|Recording Time||60 minutes||