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Third Eye - Hardware (1992)

6-06-2015, 06:40
Blues | Funk | Rock | FLAC / APE

Third Eye - Hardware (1992)

Artist: Third Eye
Title Of Album: Hardware
Year Of Release: 1992
Label: Polystar/PSCW-1151
Genre: Blues Rock, Funk
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)/MP3
Bitrate: Lossless/320 kbps
Total Time: 52:40
Total Size: 348/135 mb
WebSite: amazon


01. Got A Feeling (Steve Salas, Buddy Miles) 6:31
02. Waiting on You (Buddy Miles) 6:10
03. What's Goin' Down (Steve Salas) 5:06
04. Love Obsession (When The Eagle Flies) (Buddy Miles) 4:31
05. Hard Look (Steve Salas, Buddy Miles, Bootsy Collins) 6:06
06. Shake It (Steve Salas, Dave Friendly, Bootsy Collins) 4:26
07. The Walls Came Down (Steve Salas) 4:14
08. 500 Years (Steve Salas) 5:42
09. Tell Me (Steve Salas) 5:22
10. Leakin' (Bootsy Collins) 4:20

Stevie Salas - guitars, vocals
Bootsy Collins - space bass, vocals
Buddy Miles - drums, fuzz bass, vocals
Gary Mudbone Cooper - background vocals
Bernard Fowler - background vocals
George Clinton - background vocals

The group was originally known as Third Eye, and that's the way the 1992 Japanese CD reads, but before they released the CD in the US, it was discovered that another group had that name and was ready to sue. This was one of the first Black Arc releases, produced by Bill Laswell. It revives the 'supergroup concept' of a hardrocking band based around drums, guitar and bass. Stevie's guitar playing is too bombastic, lacking subtlety and taste. On the other hand, it's great to hear Bootsy doing rock material, a side that was never properly explored when he joined Funkadelic. Because Salas is essentially a one-trick pony, all of the songs start to sound alike, with only some Bootsy variations keeping it afloat. The few rhythm-dominated songs are the best here, as there is simply too much emphasis on guitar otherwise. With Bootsy and Buddy Miles, there's no way that the album should have been this unfunky.


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