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Shot to Hell
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Get a FREE e-book by joining our mailing list today! And Wylde , guitarist Nick Catanese , bassist John DeServio , and drummer Craig Nunenmacher are more than happy to meet that need with shredding guitar, glass-shattering volume, and good old fashioned "songs" that don't require a musicologist to decipher.
As to the album's heavy material, most of the songs are the kind with which you are already familiar. Vocally, Wylde does stretch just a little, if only to add accent and a different flow to certain songs. Arrangement-wise, the "formula" is shook up a tad on a handful of tracks.
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The album's ballads are predictable, but solid, and very heartfelt. The female backing vocals on "Sick of it All" are a nice touch and give off a slight southern rock vibe. The effect of Wylde 's soloing leaping out of the serene mixes tends to have a spellbinding effect.
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In the final analysis, "Shot to Hell" will not cause BLS to lose fans, even with the abundance of ballads this time around. In fact, it is easier to listen to "Shot to Hell" in one sitting because of the song variety. If you're a BLS fan, "Shot to Hell" is probably more of what you expect with just a hint of progression.
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