16 Songs, 1 Hour 16 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Apple Digital Master

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Peppercheck ,

Great singers.

Awesome album…..

smug alert! ,

Grows on you!

This is a really good album. There are some standout tracks. Give it a few listens. My only complaint is the same with the past few releases is that there should be more lead guitar. Longer solos, longer outro solos. I like when Michael has a good balance of worked out solos vs. improvised. Some of my favorites are Under a Blood Red Sky, Beast in the Shadows, Lead You Astray, Old Man, Still in the Fight and the instrumental Ascension is absolutely Killer!!! If you liked Resurrection you will like this as well. RS

Stonerbeachbum65 ,

Mediocre For Michael Schenker And A Terrible Mixing Job.

I hate to give “Revelation” a three star rating but that’s really all it deserves. And whoever mixed the tracks should retire. The rhythm guitar drowns out Michael’s guitar solos on most of the songs. There’s just way too much going on in the mix. And to make matters worse the cd is brickwalled. It’s cut so loud it made my ears ribg. And I’m not kidding either. By far the best singer if the bunch is Doogie White. Gary Barden’s voice isn’t what it used to be. Graham Bonnet and Robin McCauley still have it, up to a point anyways. Michael’s guitar playing is good but I kind of think he’s reached his peak, no creativity like in his younger years, especially from 1975 thru the late 80’s. His days in UFO wete his best in my opinion. just listen to the “live” cd “Strangers In The Night” and you’ll hear an amazing young guitarist with one promising future ahead of him.