Good music, in general, more rock than anything else. I guess this one also has one of the most catchiest Michael guitar-solo work. However, the rhythm section has been changed with the addition of experienced and famous bass player Stu Hamm and Jeremy Colon on drums. Not as powerful as his predecessor but absolutely more rocking. Armed And Ready — 04:08 02. The songs are technicals for the style and the magic is all present due to the fact, also, that the songs are aged very well. Their guitarist at the time, Bernie Marsden, forgot his passport and was unable to make the first gig.
It was released in 1992. Please have a deep listen to the bass line delivered by Barry Sparks. Also need to mention the shining performance from Chris Logan. Victim Of Illusion Live — 05:16 09. In addition to the strong line up, Michael Schenker received a well-earned assistance from Jeff Watson Annihilator who played solo leads in several songs. Assault Attack — 04:19 10. The Michael Schenker Group is the first album by the hard rock band Michael Schenker Group.
It was the first collaboration between Michael Schenker and Robin McAuley ex-Grand Prix , resulting in Schenker's first top 10 U. Due to the volume of my uploads, At least 10 new torrents a day I only seed my own for 24-36 hours. I would strongly suggest any hard rocker fans to have a taste of this record. He is sponsored by Dean Guitars and is well known in the neo-classical genre. Rock Will Never Die — 05:36 16.
Today, a little forgotten and, consequently, to be reassessed. . Captain Nemo Original Mix — 03:21 15. He started playing in his early teens when his brother Rudolf brought home a Flying V guitar, which captured Michael's imagination. I count on you to keep the seeds alive for me while I plant some more.
On And On — 04:45 08. Guitar scores see an approach to classical music and rhythms are very tight. One of his highlighted performances through out the record. Michael himself is not an ego-maniac. He is the younger brother of Rudolf Schenker, guitarist with the Scorpions. This marked the first studio album released from post-Robin McAuley era.
From 1986-1992, the band was known as the McAuley Schenker Group, due to Schenker wanting to split the writing process in half with vocalist Robin McAuley. Rather, it is a good listen, which never hurts. The Song Walk The Stage was changed to Rock Will Never Die Walk The Stage. Only hearing the drum intro is already making my hair stand! Surely one of my fave track down here. Schenker debuted with the Scorpions on their debut album at age 16 and was lauded at the time for his mature technique. Specifically, this compilation is organized chronologically by publication of the recordings. The Blues component is no longer present, so that the Power ballads are ballads and not Blues ballad.
Rock My Nights Away — 04:37 14. Perfect Timing is the first album by the McAuley Schenker Group. The music is best described as mostly melodic hard rock with progressive undertones. The album was recorded with Michael Schenker on guitars, Chris Logan on vocals, Stuart Hamm on the bass guitar and Jeremy Colson on drums. Are You Ready To Rock — 03:27 06.
Cry For The Nations Radio Edit — 03:34 03. Attack Of The Mad Axeman — 04:20 07. I was surprised that Leif Sundin was able to deliver such a good voice. While most of 80s rock guitar players are busy downtuning their sound, Michael Schenker stays loyal to his formula —only updating it. Definitely my all-time favorite track from the band.
Born in Sarstedt, Germany, Schenker has had a long career that has seen him rise to become one of the most influential and respected rock guitarists working today. I must admit that Michael Schenker was able to gather a bunch of talented musicians for this album. Honestly, I was still thinking about Robin McAuley voice but this new guy in the band had a great voice. But the longtime guitar hero silenced his doubters with an extensive tour, as well as an all-new solo release. Into The Arena Live B-Side — 04:15 05. Gary Barden returned to the group on vocals following the departure of Graham Bonnet amidst tensions with Michael Schenker.