Resurrection cd cover

Halford

Resurrection

I had written off Halford after the first Fight album, long before the Two fiasco, but when I heard he was coming home, even my jaded outlook was optimistic. Clearly one of the most dominant voices in metal despite his personal issues, Rob hasnít lost a step in his ten-year detour from Judas Priest. His voice is as good as it ever was and he has surrounded himself with some great musicians. It also has the added attraction of his duet with fellow British metal singer, Bruce Dickinson. Some of the songs still have the cheesy lyrics that all Halford fans have learned to overlook, but aside from that, this is a terrific album. Letís hope the second coming of the metal god is permanent. --Scott

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Track Listing

  1. Resurrection
  2. Made In Hell
  3. Locked and Loaded
  4. Night Fall
  5. Silent Screams
  6. The One You Love to Hate*
  7. Cyberworld
  8. Slow Down
  9. Twist
  10. Temptation
  11. Drive
  12. Saviour

BAND MEMBERS & GUests

VOCALS: Rob Halford
GUITAR: Mike Chlasciak
Patrick Lachman
BASS: Ray Riendeau
DRUMS: Bobby Jarzombeck
GUESTS: *Bruce Dickinson's
duet with Halford


RECORDING INFORMATION

LABEL: Sanctuary Records Group
PRODUCED BY: Roy Z
RELEASE YEAR: 2000
“All they've done is make us stronger. The sleeping giant is asleep no longer. If need be, we'll die free...”