Judgement Day cd cover

Baileys Comet

Judgement Day

This album is pretty good. It’s deeply steeped in the roots of Thin Lizzy and Gary Moore’s Celtic influenced rock. There are a lot of harmonized guitar leads and Celtic melodies built in to these songs. The drummer is really good and utilizes a lot of intricate cymbal work and the singing is all pretty good. For some reason they use two different singers on this album. One is really good but the other one gets the job done too. Overall, the songs are pretty good. The production is okay, but in many places the guitar tone is too fuzzy for my taste and the mix is not as clean as this type of music usually gets. The music is solid though and I recommend giving them a chance. --Scott

Average Rathole Visitor Rating8.1

Track Listing

  1. Judgement Day
  2. Spirit of Toumahai
  3. One Love One Life
  4. Emerald Isle
    (Song for Peace)
  5. Revolution
  6. Stealin' Your Lovin
  7. Seven Hills
  8. Good Lovin' Gone Bad
  9. Should Have Been There
  10. Wild One
  11. Celtic Warrior

BAND MEMBERS & GUests

VOCALS: Alex Edwards
Fasker Johnson

GUITAR: Dez Bailey
John Hardman
BASS: Fasker Johnson
DRUMS: Nigel Durham
GUESTS: Mick Bailey
Paul Ward
Kevin Simmons


RECORDING INFORMATION

LABEL: Frontiers Records
PRODUCED BY: Dez Bailey
RELEASE YEAR: 2001
“The circle you are in has lost it's form. On tainted wings you fly above the thorns, angels in the wind cut you down and watch as you fall to the ground”