EMPIRE: Trading Souls CD. Tony Martin (ex Black Sabbath) on vocals, Neil Murray on bass! Check samples

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Label: Lion Music ‎– LMC 074

Format: CD, Album
Country: Finland
Released : 21 Apr 2003
Genre: Hard Rock
Tracklist
1 One In A Million
2 Pay Back Time
3 Teenage Deadhead
4 Big World, Little Man
5 You
6 Perfect Singularity
7 Wherever You Go
8 Did You Ever Love Me
9 Comin’ Home
10 Back In The Light
On the back cover: Design © 2002 Mhoriz
On the disc face: ℗&© 2003

In the booklet:
Recorded 2002 in Legatomizer Studios
Additional Recordings:
Gerry’s Drums in Pandemonic Studios Germany
Anders’ Drums in Heptagon Studios Sweden

Mixed December 2002 in Roxx Studios Cologne


Tony Martin (ex Black Sabbath singer) is involved with many projects these days – Mollo/Martin “The cage I & II”, Rondinellis “Our cross, our sins”, and this one: Empire. Its melodic (hard) rock and `tho its not world class, it sure has its good moments. Tony Martin co-wrote every song on the album and hes voice is still very good. The material is rather attractive, like in the opening mid tempo rocker “One in a million” with its radio friendly chorus; the beautiful “Teenage deadhead” on which Martin deliver a soulful feeling with his voice. Other outstanding tunes are the faster “Big world, little man” the catchy “Back in the light” and the slower “Did you ever love me”. Critics may say its all harmless pop metal, but if you’re an AOR fan I believe you’ll find Empires “Trading souls” amazing. And if you’re a fan of Tony martin you shouldn’t hesitate to buy this album.
By the way, Neil Murray plays bass! Neil Murray is a Scottish bass player, best known for his work in Whitesnake, Gary Moore, Vow Wow, Black Sabbath, Cozy Powell, The Brian May Band, Tony Martin, Michael Schenker Group