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Album Review

Fresh from his time with the David Byron Band, and still in the grip of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal, Robin George followed up the release of his Dangerous Music solo album by taking the whole package on the road in 1985, beginning with a gig on the BBC's In Concert series — four bonus tracks recapture highlights from that performance, Starting at the BBC's Paris Theatre (not located in Paris, as the liner notes claim), the band toured ruthlessly, cutting this album following outings with REO Speedwagon and Uli Jon Roth — neither of whom could truly stand to be in the same room as George when it came to metallic pounding. And it's still a brutal performance, the natural melodicism of George's playing and songwriting merged with the sheer punch of the rhythm section — Magnum drummer Kex Gorin nailing anything and everything to the wall; and bassist Jon Camp vacuuming up the survivors. The result is an album that rocks like whatever analogy you like, but it's also an album that confirms what Robin George's fans already know. The '80s did not have many better guitarists than him.

Customer Reviews

Four star for One song

Let`s be realistic here folks...Heartline is simply an amazing song. Granted it has some of the most ridiculous lyrics ever recorded, otherwise it`s catchy as hell and contains one of the best guitar solos in memory. The song is a classic...but nothing else on this album matches it. Not even close. To bad, as I really like Robin. Sorry...

Devil Horns Both Hands !

Obviously one of rock's underrated and overlooked albums in history even though it was popular and played on radio stations throughout Europe and the U.K. as well as the U.S.. What made this album unique was the catchy lyrics, guitar riffs n solos and guest musicians from many rock n metal circles that helped propel him into the spotlight. I still have the original album which is red in color and sleeve that has all the lyrics n guest musicians which also features Phil Lynott on bass that helped him produce this album . Dangerous Music is still one of rock's looked to albums how to get a great sound and make great songs from a studio by keeping it simple.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The style of UK-born guitarist/producer Robin George, despite his geographical origins, is pure US AOR. George began his career with his band Life, who released one single, ‘Too Late’. The line-up also included Dave Holland (later of Judas Priest) and Mark Stanway (later of Magnum). He then played guitar in the Byron Band, fronted by one-time Uriah Heep vocalist David Byron. His fine guitar work can be heard to good effect on their debut album, On The Rocks (Creole Records), in 1981, though after...
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