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|Release Year:||2012||Style:||Blues Rock, Hard Rock|
|Duration:||Album or EP||Special Attributes:||Bonus CD, Limited Edition, Live Recording, Remastered, Special Edition, DualDisc|
|Sub-Genre:||Hard Rock||Record Label:||Ripple Music|
This is the official re-release of the debut Stone Axe II album in a
deluxe package by Ripple Music.
The two disc set features the original 10 song CD and 15 bonus tracks on disc 2 that were originally only available on the bands vinyl releases, compilations, and buried deep within their vault. Includes a 6-page fold out booklet with liner notes, again written by The Obelisk's JJ Koczan.
01. Old Soul
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Fans of Tony Reed know what to expect, but for the rest of you, this is absolutely killer retro-70's rock and it made the critics go wild!
"You may like classic rock, but I bet you don't like it nearly as much as Tony Dallas Reed. The Mos Generator frontman's new project, the two man Stone Axe, is essentially a ten song lesson on what The Riff was like when mutton chop'd giants walked the earth. Highlights? The whole album, really. While Reed does an impressive job making it seem like the work of a full band knocking out the songs live in the studio (he's credited with all instruments), Brinkerhoff also deserves praise for his vocals. He falls somewhere between Paul Rodgers and David Corverdale back when he was taking orders from Richie Blackmore. It's a powerful voice that's as soulful as it is gritty. You like Cream, Free, Thin Lizzy, The Faces, AC/DC, and Deep Purple? You'll enjoy the hell out of this impressive debut." -- Arzgarth (Stonerrock.com)
"Mos Generator frontman Tony Reed has released a very focused and to the point album with his new project. These guys lug out the massive sounds and they begin spinning them around, manipulating and pulling us with them. The music is basic at its core, but undeniably mesmerizing. Quite simply they know how to create the kind of music that celebrates the essence of what once made rock music great and craft the kind of guitar riffs that will pull in all who hear." -- Heavy Metal Time Machine
"This is great modern classic rock" - Get Ready to Rock
"From the fertile mind and nimble fingers of Mos Generator riff-monger Tony Reed and former punk howler Dru Brinkerhoff, Washington-based groove-merchants Stone Axe pay tribute to classic 70s hard rock bands from Thin Lizzy to Leaf Hound. Wewll-trod ground but done with soul and sophistication." -- Sleazegrinder, Classic Rock Magazine (Aug. 2009)
"At ten tracks and just under forty minutes it’s practically filler free and the perfect listening length, way short of overstaying it’s welcome, whilst the intriguing cover image simply suggests that further investigation is necessary. In fact, I’d say its near essential… another contender for Album Of The Year for me without doubt." -- Rock of Ages
"While the Guitar work is the major force here,its also the vocals of Dru that also stands out.His voice is Phil Lynott meets David Coverdale and so much so,you will think you are listening some long lost 70's band record." -- Doomnatia