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Glen Tipton - Baptizm Of Fire
Glen Tiptons solo album Baptizm of Fire is being re-released in the UK with extra tracks added plus an addition album 'Edge of the world' never before released but recorded as the same time 'Baptizm of fire' with Cozy Powell on drums and Pete Entwistle on bass supported by various artists.
Those of you who got their hands on the first release of 'Baptizm of fire' will no doubt be telling your mates 'go out and get it' and with its extra tracks you might even consider it yourself. For those who havent heard this album this time round it has 13 tracks reminiscent of where Judas Priest were when they disbanded but with the added melody backdrop of Keyboards by Don Airey, and even though we are 9 years down the road there is no tiredness to the tracks, while Glens metal version of 'paint if black' is one to remember, there are a few diamonds in Baptizm of fire that you will probably add to your mp3 collection.
But the 'edge of the world' album sounds even better with Glen unleashing and Cozy bashing his skins with added blessing. The tuner on this album have harder edge with meat slapped onto the riffs and Tipton is giving us glimpses of his legendary status with his favoured tool, with eleven songs this guy dont believe in being lazy.