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LITTLE STEVEN - BORN AGAIN SAVAGE CD EDITADO EN 1999 Pachyderm Records UPC 665047000620 

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Album Features
UPC: 665047000620
Artist: Little Steven
Format: CD
Release Year: 1999
Record Label: Pachyderm Records
Genre: Hard Rock, Rock & Pop

Track Listing
1. Born Again Savage
2. Camouflage of Righteousness
3. Guns, Drugs, and Gasoline
4. Face of God
5. Saint Francis
6. Salvation
7. Organize
8. Fleskeater
9. Lust for Enlightenmert
10. Tongues of Angels

Playing Time: 61 min.
Contributing Artists: Adam Clayton, Jason Bonham, The Jason Bonham Band
Producer: Little Steven, Little Steven & The Disciples Of Soul
Distributor: E1 Distribution (USA)
Recording Type: Studio
Recording Mode: Stereo
SPAR Code: n/a

Album Notes
Personnel: Little Steven (vocals, guitar); Adam Clayton (bass); Jason Bonham(drums); Steve Jordan, Jean Beauvoir, Ben Newberry, Frank Newberry (background vocals).Recorded at Avarar Studios, New York, New York.Personnel: Little Steven & the Disciples of Soul (vocals, guitar); Jason Bonham (snare drum); Steve Jordan , Jean Beauvoir (background vocals).Audio Mixer: Kevin Shirley.Liner Note Author: Little Steven & the Disciples of Soul.Recording information: Avarar Studios, New York, NY.Arranger: Little Steven & the Disciples of Soul.The once-and-future E Street Band honcho was probably better known for his role on HBO's THE SOPRANOS than for his music when this album was released at the end of 1999, but that's a rank injustice. In fact, BORN AGAIN SAVAGE is a tour de force, a great, brutal piece of guitar rock that yokes Steve Van Zant's political passions to songs that are canny tributes to (as he writes in the liner notes) the rock pioneers that kept him alive as a kid.Backed by the killer rhythm section of Jason Bonham and U2's Adam Clayton (Van Zant plays all the multi-tracked guitars), he serves up a set that more than lives up to his influences. The title track is a politicized version of the Yardbirds' "Little Games," while "The Camouflage of Righteousness" is an angrier version of the Who's "We're Not Gonna Take It." "Salvation" is an open-G tuned rocker that recalls countless Stones songs, andàwell you get the idea. Yes, the album is by derivative by definition, but its coiled-spring passion and clear-eyed wisdom nevertheless speak volumes in ways that more superficially au courant product doesn't.

Editorial Reviews
...preaching against goverment malfeasance and other social ills on his latest album, an in-your-face stab at protest rock....grand arena riffs and subtle striations of R&B... - Rating: B-
Entertainment Weekly (19991029)