Rock / Folk music
This is the opening track from a great CDN band from Toronto, called Revolver
Band Name Revolver (CAN). Album Name Turbulence. Labels Sextant Records. Music StyleHard Rock. Members owning this album1. Re-issue in 2005 by Drakkar Records & in 2009 by Babylon records with two different covers.
Clear Air Turbulence is the second studio album by British jazz rock band Ian Gillan Band, released in 1977 with cover by Chris Foss. The album was initially worked on during the period July 1976 to September 1976. The album was reissued in 1989 by Virgin Records on CD, and in 2010 by Edsel Records.
Turbulence is the second and last album by rock band Aviator. All tracks composed by Aviator; except where indicated. Way Of The World" (4:53). The American" (4:40). Track Eleven" (1:33). Get Your Rocks Off" (Bob Dylan) (5:01). Strange Worlds" (7:01). Mick Rogers - guitar, lead vocals. John G. Perry - bass, vocals, pedal keyboard. Clive Bunker- drums, percussion, vocals. Mike Hedges - engineer. Martyn Webster - engineer.
Sound - 10 Revolver is a breath of fresh air in the de-tuned world of hard rock/metal. They are fronted by lead singer Nick Walsh formerly of '90s band Slik Toxik and his voice is only getting better with age. The music is unbelievably powerful with driving guitars and a huge rythm sound. There is not a bad track on the album but "Turbulence," Dead Weight," "Dreadnaut" and "Blue Sky" are standouts. This band is going to be huge and will provide a much needed shotnin the arm to the metal scene.
Revolver - Turbulence 3:30. Revolver - Juggernaut 3:52. Revolver - Pandoras Box 4:11. Revolver - Electric Machine 4:25. Revolver - Atomic Arcade 3:29. Revolver - Gasoline 3:02. Revolver - Dead Weight 4:25. Read full description. See details and exclusions.
EPs and CD-singles from Revolver are also welcome to be added, as long as they are at least 4 songs in length.
Rammstein have finally completed the rollout of teaser clips for all the songs off their highly anticipated new album, the German firestarters' first in a decade. Today, the band offered up the isolated riffs for "Tattoo" and "Hallomann," the former a chugging, mechanized groove, while the latter is more loping and melodic.
|70040-2||Revolver||Turbulence (CD, Album)||Sextant Records||70040-2||Canada||2004|
|DRAKKAR 084, 82876 703462||Revolver||Turbulence (CD, Album)||Drakkar Records, Drakkar Records||DRAKKAR 084, 82876 703462||Germany||2005|