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  • Audio CD (February 26, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Sanctuary UK
  • ASIN: B0009V601I
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (72 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #99,256 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Dopamine
2. Wasted Again
3. Saviour Of The Real
4. Resolution Song
5. Grace
6. Deep Inside A Shell
7. What You’Re Living For
8. Face Your Fear
9. Spell
10. I Go Insane

Editorial Reviews

Tony joins forces with former Deep Purple/Sabbath vocalist Glenn Hughes on Fused, his 3rd solo album which is a modern classic, a hard hitting, majestic record containing some of the best material Tony has ever created! 10 total tracks. Sanctuary. 2005.

Customer Reviews

Long life to Tony Iommi, Glenn Hughes and Kenny Aronoff!!!!!
Guillermo Alejandro Hernandez Rodriguez
It's hard to compare this album to the DEP Sessions because everything from the sound to the musical style is different.
A. DeGaetano
Anyway, it very much sounds like a traditional Tony Iommi riff and song.
Joseph Siegler

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Guillermo Alejandro Hernandez Rodriguez on January 4, 2006
Format: Audio CD
When I got this Cd home and played it, I was more than amazed to listen to the quality of the recording. I mean, it sounded amazing. I expected Tony's guitar to sound kinda vintage (not to say a bit old) and I was certainly surprised to listen to a very moderon quality guitar work. The best of all, it still sounds like Mr. Iommi.

About the tracks, they're simply amazing. There's not a single song in this album that I have to skip, as every single song follows the scheme of the album and fits in perfectly, still having it's own to provide to the listener. I must confess that as soon as Dopamine finished I had to repeat it, it was just raw and powerful. Same with all the CD, the songs are simply excellent, most of them are moderate or slow, but anybody who has ever loved songs by Black Sabbath will enjoy the songs in Fused.

About the singing by Glenn Hughes... words can barely describe it. It's simply amazing and full of energy. He can hit very high notes (perhaps the best singing, in my opinion, is performed in "Face Your Fear" one of those two songs from these album I can't go home without, Dopamine being the other one) and the high notes of his singing marry perfectly with the low end from Tony's riffs.

This is definitly a must have if you're into hard rock and heavy metal. If you were into Sabbath this is definitley an album worth a try. You won't regret it. As I speak for myself, this is the best album from the entire year (2005) and is now another part of my music treasure chest.

Long life to Tony Iommi, Glenn Hughes and Kenny Aronoff!!!!!
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Tony Iommi, the driving force behind Black Sabbath for so many years has a new album out. It's brilliant - but that should be no surprise to anyone who is a fan of his. This is the third collaboration between Tony & former Deep Purple and Sabbath singer Glenn Hughes. Let's get to it...

1. Dopamine - The opening of a new album of Tony Iommi riffs. It's like the needle going into the vein (not that I know what that means, I'm just using a metaphor). Interesting that the subject of the lyrics is a "drug" produced by one's own body. Anyway, it very much sounds like a traditional Tony Iommi riff and song. Good way to open the album, even if it's not my favorite track on the album.

2. Wasted Again - Hmm.. Based solely on the titles, this is an interesting one to follow "Dopamine". This is a slower song, although not "slow" - slower in comparison to Dopamine. It does feature some good "screaming vocals" by Glenn Hughes. It's one of those tracks I like, but I can't give you a concrete reason as to why. Just liked it.

3. Saviour of the Real - This is one of the few songs on the album that doesn't stick out to me. It's not bad, but there's no killer riff, no killer vocal hook on this one. Sometimes with songs that don't stick out to me, I want to skip them, but I keep this in here because it is decent, it's just not great.

4. Resolution Song - This one starts out slow like some of the good moodier Sabbath tracks from the past. There's a interesting vocal hook in this one. Not sure how to describe it except it comes in at about 1:44 for the first time, and sounds like "Ah-yee-ah". It's one of those good Iommi tracks that's mostly mellow, has a big powerful guitar sound behind the chorus.

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31 of 40 people found the following review helpful By cd-heaven on July 20, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Now, before people start to critize my review please hear me out. Many of the following reviewers are jumping on the Glenn Hughes bandwagon stating in their reviews that Hughes is giving it his all on this CD, and this is the hardest Glenn Hughes has ever sounded, and what not . Now unless you were born yesterday or this is the only other time you've heard Glenn singing outside of his Deep Purple days, this isnt the heaviest Glenn has sounded nor is it the best lyrically Glenn has ever written for that matter. Don't get me wrong, I like this CD, the first noticeable thing I hear is it's very Sabbath musically. This release has been tauted as the whole desert as to the icing on the cake that was re-released last year from Glenn Hughes and Tony Iommi, the 1996 DEP sessions. Personally I prefer that release moreso than this. Yes, it was only 8 songs long, but it featured Glenn and Tony at their melodic best, full of melody, passion, playing energetic, beautiful music that the 2 recorded in 1996 that if released properly back then it could have been the start of a beautiful music collaboration. Fused is the "quote-unquote" follow up to that release, and it just isn't on the same page as their prior release. Now we get a CD full of Sabbath style grooves against Glenn's metallic wail. If you listen carefully to Dopamine, Wasted Again, Face Your Fear and quite a few other have riffs that sound like they were meant to be on the next Black Sabbath release with Ozzy on vocals (which has been in the works for a half a dozen years or so now, and will most likely never see the light of day; unless released into something like this). Personally Glenn for his age (mid 50's), is still a powerhouse vocalist but heavy metal music isn't really his thing.Read more ›
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