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Bitches Sin -Uduvudu cd

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Bitches Sin! Older metal heads among us remember that name from their demos and their two full-length albums (Predator and Invaders). And they had a good reputation around the underground circles. Sadly enough they broke up around 1987 to form Flashpoint, which is a good band too in my humble opinion. Then in the last years Heavy Metal was rearing its ugly head again and the band got attention once more. And with that the band reissued their back catalog not thinking of really reinstating the band again. What began as a just a play around with old members with some songs, turned out to be a fully fledged recording session for a full-length album. And Uduvudu is not just the result of the rebirth it is also a very interesting album. It starts with the title song with rambling drums, great guitar riffs, driving bass and gruff and rough vocals and a kick ass solo. From here it is a rollercoaster of great songs; great guitar works of the brothers Toomey, awesome rhythm section and the amazing lungs of Tony Tomkinson, whose vocals has truly matured in time. Metalize is a great Metal anthem. Then it goes into Selling Paradise which carries a Middle Eastern tone. Then go into Red Skies, a fast paced song with great lyrics about present politics and wars. While catching breath we will hear Nobody Wants You Here and Mr. Toomey. The latter starts with a blistering guitar into an old fashioned Heavy Metal song into a modern style of Metal and back again. The sixth track is called Beggars Parallel with only a voice, acoustic guitar and some keyboards and great lyrics. In here you hear the softer side of the vocals of Tony. The album goes back to onslaught in the form of Second Life. Put it in higher drive with White Room, a track that sounds like speed metal or thrash metal but it is still heavy metal. The last song is the eerie Eleventh Hour with is an awesome song and a perfect ending to the album. It sounds like Black Sabbath from the old days. It is slow and sludging. The band is back with a vengeance. It doesnt sound like their previous efforts but still it sounds familiar. Bitches Sin sounds like a new band. I think that is to the credit of being a freewheeling project with no pressure to make an album.

Track listing:
1. Uduvudu
2. Metalize
3. Selling Paradise
4. Red Skies
5. Nobody Wants You Here
6. Mr. Toomey
7. Beggars Parallel
8. Second Life
9. White Room
10. Eleventh Hour

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Private

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BS 004CD