Label: Not On Label (Nazareth ) - none • Series: Diamond Collection • Format: CD CD-ROM, Compilation, Unofficial Release MP3 • Country: Russia • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock, Classic Rock
After pursuing a Rolling Stones-styled blend of rock and country elements on their first two albums, Nazareth segued into a harder rocking style with 's Razamanaz. The resulting album has a lot of energy and drive and much of this can be credited to Roger Glover 's production, which tempers the group's tendency to experiment What Will It Take (Dr.
Edits Beat) - Cynthia - What Will It Take different musical styles by 52nd Street - Youre My Last Chance an overall sound that play's up the group's hard rock edge. The end result is an album that rocks consistently throughout but works in intriguing KT 1 - Circuit Des Yeux - In Plain Speech elements to keep things interesting.
For instance, "Alcatraz" and "Night Woman" work a glam-styled tribal drum rhythm into the group's sound, and "Vigilante Man" starts out as a straight blues tune but soon mutates into a stomping slice of heavy metal. The Razamanaz - Nazareth - Diamond Collection successful experiments come when the group works a country element into their rock attack: "Broken Down Angel" sounds like an Razamanaz - Nazareth - Diamond Collection s Rolling Stones track with heavier guitars, and "Bad Bad Boy" sounds like an old rockabilly tune as played by a s hard rock band.
Both tunes cleverly mix some effective pop hooks into their stew of hard rock and country elements and became hit singles in England as a result.
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