Fastway - Eat Dog Eat (2011) (US Edition 2012)

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Fastway - Eat Dog Eat (2011) (US Edition 2012)

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Fastway - Eat Dog Eat (2011) (US Edition 2012)

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Year : 2011 (US Edition 2012)
Style : Melodic Hard Rock
Country : United Kingdom
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
Size : 164 mb


Bio:

Fastway is a British rock band formed by guitarist "Fast" Eddie Clarke, formerly of Motörhead, and bassist Pete Way, formerly of UFO.In 1983, both players had been disgruntled with their own bands and decided to work together in a new outfit. They recruited drummer Jerry Shirley, formerly of Humble Pie, and the then-unknown vocalist Dave King. They took their name from a combination of the founding members' names. However, Way then discovered that he could not escape from his recording contract with Chrysalis Records, and then received a tempting offer to play for Ozzy Osbourne, so he abandoned the project without ever playing on a single record. Bringing in session bassist Mick Feat, the band then recorded their debut album, Fastway (Feat was uncredited on the album).After critical and commercial success, the band toured to promote the album (with one-time Fixx bassist Alfie Agius[1] as their session bass player). The band then recruited Charlie McCracken, formerly of Taste, as "permanent" bassist, and released another success in the form of All Fired Up the following year. After the hardships of touring, Shirley and McCracken subsequently left.In 1986, Clarke and King reformed Fastway with a new line-up. Recruiting Shane Carroll (second guitar), Paul Reid (bass), and Alan Connor (drums) from Dave King's first band, Stillwood, this line-up released Waiting for the Roar. The record took an album-oriented rock approach instead of the driving bluesy-metal of the previous albums. The success of the record was limited, and it disappointed many fans. The same year, Fastway was approached to make the soundtrack for the heavy metal horror film, Trick or Treat. The film flopped, but the soundtrack re-established Fastway as a hard-hitting metal band. The soundtrack was a moderate success, and stayed on the Billboard Top 200 chart for eleven months. The success of the soundtrack, combined with the very little money the band received, caused in-fighting, and the group disbanded. King took most of the band with him and started Q.E.D., a more AOR styled outfit. They released a two-track single.King then got a call from David Geffen and John Kalodner to come to the United States to head up a heavy metal "supergroup" called Katmandu. Katmandu also featured Mandy Meyer from Krokus on guitars. The band was rounded out by Caine Carruthers of the soul band The Untouchables, and Mike Alonso of the Detroit rock band The Meanies. Katmandu released one self-titled album and had a couple of minor hits. Dave King would go on to form and front the widely successful Los Angeles-based Celtic punk band Flogging Molly, where he continues to this day.Meanwhile, Clarke decided to restart Fastway again from scratch in 1988 using vocalist Lea Hart and session men, quickly releasing On Target in the same year, but it sold poorly.In 1990, this duo of Clarke and Hart released Bad Bad Girls, employing various session musicians including members of Girlschool. It was widely ignored and sold poorly. After calling it a day in 1991, they released a perfunctory live album Say What You Will LIVE (an older recording, curiously with King on vocals). In 1997, Clarke and Hart reunited and released a reworked version of On Target, but there was no commercial success.On 25 May 2007, Toby Jepson, former lead singer with Little Angels, announced he had accepted an approach from Fastway to perform lead vocal duties during the year's festival appearances. An updated line-up played Sweden Rock Festival, Japanese Hard Rock Hell, and the Download Festival at Castle Donington. Besides guitarist Clarke and Jepson, the new band featured drummer Steve Strange (not to be confused with Visage singer Steve Strange) and John McManus (Mama's Boys).In an interview with Komodo Rock at the Hard Rock Hell Festival in November 2007, Eddie Clark confirmed that he and Toby Jepson would be working on new material. He said "Toby and I are going to sit down and maybe do a few tunes over the winter. See if we can write some tunes."[2] As of 2008, Toby Jepson announced he would go on to front Scottish hard rockers Gun full-time.In late 2010, "Fast" Eddie Clarke returned to the recording studio to record a new album with Toby Jepson, titled Eat Dog Eat. The album was released on 14 November 2011, by SPV/Steamhammer, and it is the first album of entirely new material from Fastway in over twenty years.

Album:

This was requested by one of you; the return of FASTWAY after 21 years outta the scene with "Eat Dog Eat", and this US Edition including a bonus track. Darn, listening to this baby again I almost forgot how good slice of hot classic hard rock it is.Formed back in 1983 by Fast Eddie Clarke (ex Motörhead) and Pete Way (UFO), after enjoying success with albums like 'Fastway', 'All Fired Up' and 'Waiting For The Roar', the band ground to a halt in 1991."Eat Dog Eat" marks their first new studio album since 1990 and featured the remodeled line-up of Fast Eddie Clarke, drummer Matt Eldridge and former Little Angels & Gun frontman Toby Jepson.Jepson has always been a superb musician and with Fast Eddie in inspired songwriting form, this is an impressive comeback that will be lapped up by old-timers and should win them plenty of new admirers along the way.Fastway's current incarnation takes helpings of classic hard rock beasts from the '70s, a hint of '80s Whitesnake, maybe even a little of Thunder's spice, and serves it up with a healthy slice of Little Angels, all of this should be enough to satisfy the appetite of many rocking souls.Hitting their stride immediately with the midtempo bluesy rocker "Deliver Me" it is clear this new incarnation of the band for the new Century is extremely slick, streamlined and bursting with confidence. There's passionate vocals by Toby Jepson and a smokin' guitar solo."Leave The Light On" has a memorable swagger that was a trademark of Fastway's first era when they had considerable success with both the eponymous debut and 'All Fired Up'. Eddie delivers a sharp solo."Loving Fool" is a great rocker with a catchy chorus and some 'fast' brilliant guitar lines, while "Dead And Gone" is a huge track featuring a heavy bluesier sound, rumbling bass lines and a great live feeling.Fastway never was a fashion band. They were playing old-fashioned pure hard rock with attitude. Even back in his Motörhead days Clarke could always come up with a great melody as on the rousing "Who Do You Believe?".The slinky opening riff of "Sick As A Dog" sounds like it could have graced the band's first albums, while a title such as "Love I Need" may suggest a ballad but the insistent, grinding riff plus Jepson's call-and-response delivery equals another moody blues rocker with Clarke again serving up a tasty solo. One of the better songs on the album."On And On" ends the regular tracklist with some powerhouse drumming from the energetic Eldridge and more blistering guitar work, and this US version of the album includes the bonus track "Only If You Want It", a groovy yet melodic hard rocker with an '80s feel recalling Y&T best era.Fast Eddie Clarke returned with a vengeance; Fastway's "Eat Dog Eat" really takes us back to the classic, basic hard rock, resting on the traditional British bluesy foundation.Clarke is in top form delivering razor riffs and melting solos, and he's lost none of his six string prowess. Jepson proves himself as a great musician for this style with his smoky, melodious tones perfectly suiting this collection of immaculately crafted rockers. Jepson also handled the excellent production sound, walking just the right line between gutsy & raw / clear & polished, and the songs themselves hit the spot with unrelenting accuracy."Eat Dog Eat" is a very, very consistent collection of top class, blues-infused hard rock. If you love the traditional, classic sound of the genre, there's no doubt that you will enjoy this album with a big smile in your face.

Line-Up:

Eddie 'Fast' Clarke - Guitars
Toby Jepson - Vocals, Bass, Acoustic Guitar
Matt Eldridge - Drums, Percussion

Tracklist:

01. Deliver Me
02. Fade Out
03. Leave the Light On
04. Loving Food
05. Dead and Gone
06. Sick As a Dog
07. Freedom Song
08. Do You Believe
09. Love I Need
10. On and On
11. Only If You Want It (Bonus Track)

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