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Jack Starr feat. Rhett Forrester - Out Of The Darkness (Remastered & Expanded) (2013)

8-12-2013, 15:32
Music | Blues | Rock | Metal

Jack Starr feat. Rhett Forrester - Out Of The Darkness (Remastered & Expanded) (2013)

Jack Starr feat. Rhett Forrester - Out Of The Darkness (Remastered & Expanded) (2013)

Artist: Jack Starr feat. Rhett Forrester
Title Of Album: Out Of The Darkness (Remastered & Expanded)
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Ais
Genre: Rock, Heavy Metal, Blues Rock
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 58:28 Min
Total Size: 144 Mb


01. Concrete Warrior
02. False Messiah
03. Scorcher
04. Wild In The Streets
05. I Can't Let You Walk Away
06. Chains Of Love
07. Eyes Of Fire
08. Odile
09. Let's Get Crazy Again
10. Amazing Grace
11. Exodus (Bonus Track)
12. Interlude In The Afternoon (Bonus Track)
13. Sundance Strut (Bonus Track)
14. Love In The Rain (Bonus Track)
15. Last Date (Bonus Track)
16. Blue Tears Falling (Bonus Track)

Rhett Forrester - vocals
Jack Starr - all guitars
Gary Bordonaro, Ned Meloni - bass
Carl Canedy, Gary Driscoll - drums
Emma Zale - keyboards, strings, additional vocals
Laura Kyle, David DeFeis - backing vocals

Guitarist Jack Starr initially made his name with the East Coast metal band Virgin Steele during the early '80s, playing on their first two albums (1982's self-titled debut and 1983's Guardians of the Flame) before embarking on a solo career. Starr formed a backing band called Burning Starr, which bowed in 1984 with Out of the Darkness. Further albums followed at a steady clip: 1985's Rock the American Way, 1986's No Turning Back, 1987's Blaze of Glory, and 1989's The Orange Album. Taking a new direction for the '90s, Starr recorded an all-instrumental effort titled A Minor Disturbance in 1990 and subsequently joined the band Strider, which issued a self-titled debut the following year. In 1994, Starr self-released a collaborative project called Oxgen I (on cassette only) and spent much of the remainder of the decade backing other acts. In 1999, he resurfaced with the Jack Starr Blues Band, a project that allowed him to explore his long-dormant love for electric blues and blues-rock.

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