Entertaining solo album from the touted axe-slinger
Gus G. is one of those guitarists that people talked about prior to the Ozzy job. After Ozzy, Gus G. is still talked about. He didn't lose any steam, headway or sleep after leaving Ozzy. Here, he's back with solo album number four and enough energy and drive to make a dozen more. Interesting enough, Dennis Ward has been with PC69 for ages, yet his first ever vocal performance is found here, on this record. Surprisingly, he's a terrific vocalist and really enhances this album. It's locked and loaded with a variety of mid-tempo and quick paced cuts, laced with melody and plenty of ear candy. "Mr. Manson" is so silly it knocks off a .50.
Recommended for fans of: Pretty Maids, Jorn, Pink Cream 69