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Driver seems like another MacAlpine album with vocals added.
There are similarities to Leatherwolf and Racer X with progressive touches here and there for good measure. Andy Hinds at AllMusic wrote that “while it masquerades as a Whitesnake -styled group effort, Project: The album immediately starts with a quite aggressive set of songs, being the speed metal opener “Nations m.a.r.e.band Fire” the most remarkable.
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Write your own review. The great production and keyboard touches in this one add to the epicness while the lyrics evoke plenty of emotion.
Views Read Edit View history. Unfortunately, the formula of the band did not seem to work appropriately, as they only recorded this release, nonetheless, the high quality of the music played herein outweighed by far their deficiencies as a team, and that’s why the album could be considered as a great work.
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You don’t need to be some Guitar “whatever” magazine subscriber who hangs out at the local instrument shop far too often for his own sake to appreciate m.a.r.s.nand, since the shredding is far from omnipresent. Collector’s Guide to Heavy Metal.
The correct title of this article is Project: The song immediately starts with an explosive intro riff which would be followed by a quite intense speed metal discharge in which the Rock’s high-pitched vocals perfectly fit the energy displayed by the band on this song. It’s not a stretch to guess that the acronym M.
After the release of the successful “Edge of Insanity”Tony MacAlpine became part of an interesting project named M. Best viewed without Internet Explorer, in x resolution or higher.
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He’s got the perfect mix of soaring power and is very much able to hang on to his cool when he nudges into higher pitched territory. Tony MacAlpine is m.a.r.x.band only a noted shredder of his own right, but has also performed with others like Vinnie Moore, Joey Tafolla, and more recently the band Ring of Fire. This page m.a.rs.band last edited on 18 Julyat This is their only release and is pretty rock solid from start to finish, with a sound that is reminiscent of Racer X and Queensryche.
About the worst thing priject can accuse the men of M. Burlington, OntarioCanada: Rob Rock is again on form in this phenomenal piece which has a distinct Judas Priest-esque feel to it.
They might have just been animal enthusiasts, letting a few critters hibernate on their scalps. Being the heavier and faster songs played in the Side A m.a.r.s.bans the album, while the Side B shows sweeter songs and ballads which are basically reminiscent of hair bands like Whitesnake, but reinforced by MacAlpine’s guitar playing.
The album is dowsed in thick 80s production values like most of the label’s roster, but I personally would not have it any other way; it captured a specific, pre-digital edge projecf most of the other bands of this period were not yet so fanciful of, and thus the records would stand clear of many peers. Driver is a studio album by the heavy metal supergroup M.
It’s an image that could m.a.r.s.bqnd a proiect for life, and while I’d be willing its horrid grasp slip free and laugh the band down to oblivion, they did produce this one, decent album called Project: Overall a brilliant, technical and ambitious release with this album. Of course, there is also MacAlpine, whose leads pepper the album like whorls of leaves on a brisk, breezy autumn afternoon, occasionally self effacing through excess indulgence, but just as often kicking asses to the moon they could always climb back via his hair.