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Burning Rain - Pleasure To Burn (Deluxe Edition) (2013)
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Burning Rain - Pleasure To Burn (Deluxe Edition) (2013)

Artist: Burning Rain
Title Of Album: Pleasure To Burn (Deluxe Edition)
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Frontiers Records
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 59:14 Min
Total Size: 143 Mb


02.Love Emotion
03.Stone Cold n' Crazy
04.Cherie Don't Break My Heart
05.Shot Down
06.Love De Jour
07.Faithfully Yours
08.Sex Machine
09.Metal Superman
10.Judgement Day
11.Devil Money
12.Live For That Rush [Demo - prev. unreleased] (bonus track)
13.Cherie Don't Break My Heart [Acoustic](bonus track)

Keith St John - vocals
Doug Aldrich
Ian Mayo - bass
Alex Makarovich - drums
Edward Roth - keyboards

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ojotigreFecha: Viernes, 2013-06-21, 12:55 PM | Mensaje # 2
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Burning Rain - Pleasure To Burn (Deluxe Edition) (2013)

Accompanying the new BURNING RAIN cd, Frontiers Records has re-released the band's first two albums originally released in 1999 and 2000:
"Burning Rain" and "Pleasure To Burn", including as bonus two previously
unreleased tracks each.
Both are classic hard rock scorchers with a bluesy vibe all the way,
with current Whitesnake guitarist Doug Aldrich showing his chops as
guitarist and songwriter. Based on these two albums, it was a no-brainer
for David Coverdale to choose him as his wingman. The rest of the band
comprised of Ian Mayo on bass, Alex Makarovich on drums and
co-songwriter & singer singer Keith St John.

Sophomore opus "Pleasure To Burn" very much picks up where its
predecessor left off. Somehow the band's sound has gotten closer to that
of Whitesnake, possibly a sign of things to come. Even the song titles
give that away - "Judgement Day", "Cherie Don't Break My Heart" and "Sex
But you can appreciate an even more melodic approach, this time adding
keyboards to the mix (played by sessionist Edward Roth) and a slightly
commercial intention on the choruses. As example, check the Van
Halen-like beginning of "Stone Cold N' Crazy" (which, after the suitably
fiery "Fireball" and the bombastic "Love Emotion", rounds off the
album’s suitably frenetic opening section) to see what I mean.
Also, the band managed to write a vintage sounding '80s Hair Metal power
ballad in "Faithfully Yours". It's semi-acoustic, romantic and has a
big chorus; a sure-fire hit if it had been released in 1988.

The album's crowning moment is the aforementioned Snake-like "Cherie
Don't Break My Heart" where Burning Rain packed more melody to this one
particular song than to the rest of their catalogue. A special mention
must be given to Aldrich's fantastic guitar solo - it's tasteful and
But that’s a mere prelude for the giant of a track to come; "Shot Down"
is classic US sleazy-meets-melodic hard rock, with a growling, grunting
performance from Aldrich’s shotgun blast-blasting guitar and St John on
totally stunning form with a vocal guaranteed to make women go weak at
the knees and grown men cry with admiration. And then they only go and
follow it with the bumpin', luscious "Love De Jour" to make a duo of
powerhouse dancefloor fillers.
Bonuses "Live For That Rush", a previously unreleased track, brings to
mind Mr. Big not only for its title as Aldrich shreds fast in a Paul
Gilbert fashion, while the other is the finest song on the CD, "Cherie
Don't Break My Heart", receiving a very warm acoustic treatment.

"Pleasure To Burn" is a logical successor in every department of Burning
Rain's previous album, this time with a more melodic hard rock
inclination and commerciality.
Aldrich, St. John and the rest of guys are in fine form here, another
excellent plate from the killer machine that is Burning Rain.
Easily Recommended.

01 - Fireball
02 - Love Emotion
03 - Stone Cold n' Crazy
04 - Cherie Don't Break My Heart
05 - Shot Down
06 - Love De Jour
07 - Faithfully Yours
08 - Sex Machine
09 - Metal Superman
10 - Judgement Day
11 - Devil Money
12 - Live For That Rush [Demo - prev. unreleased] (bonus track)
13 - Cherie Don't Break My Heart [Acoustic](bonus track)

Keith St John - vocals
Doug Aldrich-Guitars
Ian Mayo - bass
Alex Makarovich - drums
Edward Roth - keyboards

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