1919 Eternal

by Black Label Society

(2002) Bell Bottoms And Booze

Description Great hardcore album. zakk wylde is at his best with great solos and frantic riffs.
Posted By Jon Sommer (1643)
Directory Recordings: Metal
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Overall Rating: 4.5 (of 5)
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On 2/16/2010, Michael Laurance (4040) posted:
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One of their best albums. Better than Mafia? No. But, you can't go wrong with this record at all. This album is where BLS starts to sound more like a band and less like a Zakk Wylde solo thing.
On 9/20/2003, Adityo Pratomo (48) posted:
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This is a great record. The guitar playing is simply out of this world. One of the best metal guitar player of this period. His vocal may need sometimes for you too accept,but it doesn't mind cause he has a great guitar play. If you like the styles of Dimebag Darrel or Kerry King you'll ptobably (and i'm sure you will) love tis album. Standout tracks: Battering Ram, Speedball,Lords of Destruction.
On 8/25/2003, Keith Deuser (2686) posted:
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This is a really awesome hardcore metal albums. It's so awesome that Zakk sticks with his solos, while other artists just couldn't give a rat's a*s about lead guitar. It's like Godsmack (but much better!) with kickass solos.
On 8/9/2003, Jon Sommer (1643) posted:
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I think it is my favorite black label cd of them all. The production is pretty good, it sounds good. the music is great, and Wylde's solos and riffs are awesome. Zakk wylde is the virtuoso of this generation. great album. i can play it all the way through without getting up to change the track.