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Revolution Saints [CD/DVD Combo][Deluxe Edition]

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Deen Castronovo, Jack Blades and Doug Aldrich. Put these three titans together in a band and you have Revolution Saints. Superbly handling drums and lead vocals is Deen Castronovo. Already renowned for his drum talents and backing vocals in Journey, Bad English and more, Deens excellent vocal talents are in the spotlight on this release. On bass, and co-lead vocals on a few tracks, Jack Blades is well known for his melodic, yet hard rocking approach to songwriting and playing via multiple classic albums by his main band Night Ranger, as well as with the Damn Yankees and the Shaw/Blades releases. On guitar, Doug Aldrich was excited to lend his fiery blues guitar attack to such a unique and melodic band. Doug, who just left Whitesnake after a fruitful 12 year run (including co-writing 2010s critically acclaimed "Forevermore" release) and also of Burning Rain and formerly of DIO, has a deep pedigree and is one of todays most respected guitarists.


You can tell by the name - and the names involved - that Revolution Saints is not going to be your average rock 'n roll band. The record brings back the classic melodic rock style to where it should be: inspiring, uplifting vocals, soaring melodies and musicianship to die for. Simply put, it is completely badass.

This deluxe version includes three bonus tracks and a bonus DVD featuring a Making of the Album documentar. Turn Back Time (videoclip), Back On My Trail (videoclip), Here Forever (videoclip) and Way to the Sun (lyric video).
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 24, 2015)
  • Deluxe Edition edition
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Frontiers Music Srl
  • ASIN: B00PXDUJE6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (121 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #87,155 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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After seeing a link to this album on Facebook, I decided I'd buy it the day it came out. It's fantastic. It's straight ahead, melodic rock. Deen Castronovo of Journey sings most of the lead, and if you've seen him in concert, you know what a strong vocalist he is. Since Journey doesn't use him dueting with Arnel Pineda enough on their new albums (I can't say how awesome that would be), it's nice to hear him so much on this one. Jack Blades and Doug Aldrich are great musicians too, and they've written some fun music together. I'm going on a drive tomorrow and turning this up loud.
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A good but not great album. I would of liked to see these guys do the writing on this album. If you have Jack Blades in the band well then why isn't he writing? This sounds like a harder rocking version of Journey. Good album I just would have liked to see more song writing input from that talented bunch of musicians.
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If you like Night Ranger, Whitesnake, and Journey then you will enjoy this CD. Do you remember when Damn Yankees came out in the 90's? This brings together Deen Castroneevo from Bad English/ Journey, Jack Blades from Night Ranger/Damn Yankees, and Doug Aldrich from Whitesnake. This is riff heavy rock and roll. Castroneevo can straight out sing. If you've seen Journey in their most recent lineup with Pineda as their lead singer, then you know that Deen sings some songs in concert and is backing vocalist as their drummer. Enjoyable to have him and Blades harmonize. This CD is good from start to finish. I hope that they continue in the future.
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When you purchase a new album you usually expect maybe at max 3 to 4 good songs. However, this group of amazing artists created an album with ALL good. . . not amazing songs! There is not one song on this album that I do not love. Of course as always I do have a few that are my "favorites" but I have listened to this entire album so many times I lost track already. AMAZING work! I can only hope that they are going to consider touring! If we could get more of this, the music industry could improve from what it has become!
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Revolution Saints is another in the line of would-be super groups that are trying to bring back the AOR sounds of the 1980s. The band is comprised of lead singer/drummer Deen Castronovo, guitarist Doug Aldrich and bassist/backing vocalist/song writer Jack Blades. Considering that two out of these three guys (Castronovo and Aldrich) are my some of my all-time favorite musicians, I had rather high hopes for this release…..and they didn’t disappoint!

The most intriguing thing about this album to me is the terrific vocal performance that Castronovo turned in. I mean who knew this guy sounded just like Steve Perry? His voice is a mixture of raw and gritty emotion that is sliced with a cleanliness that allows him to pull of this smooth style of music. The band’s songs are all really melodic and catchy throughout the album, but after a couple listens the ballads—while pretty good—tend to weigh the record down in the wrong direction. Another critique/criticism is that the album essentially sounds like a mixture of Journey and Eclipse. That didn’t bother me in the least as I love both those bands, but others have been less than thrilled with the overall sound of the band. You want 80s styled production? Well my friend, it’s here in the finest fashion. The album is chalked full of huge choruses and melody, pristine sound and crisp musicianship, and a terrific showcase of veteran melodic rock savvy that only these three could bring.

While this album is better than I actually thought, it is not as great as I felt that it could have been. I recognized that a majority of the songs were not actually written by the band, but rather by another favorite of mine: Erik Martensson.
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If the Revolution Saints’ sound is familiar, that’s with good reason: Axeman Doug Alrich made his mark as a past member of Whitesnake. Bassist Jack Blade has been around in a bunch of multiplatinum settings. Best known as co-lead vocalist in Night Ranger, Blade was also founding member in Damn Yankees and did a series of duet albums with Styx member Tommy Shaw. Drummer Deen Castronovo isn’t as well known, but he’s made his mark as drummer in both Journey and Bad English, as well on various projects with Journey leader Neal Schon.

In keeping, it’s no surprise Revolution Saints takes elements from every one those bands. What may be surprising is that this well-worn formula sounds as fresh and vibrant as it does.

Part of the reason the Revolution Saints’ forthcoming self-titled album works is Castronovo. Sure, he’s a solid rock drummer, standing of the shoulders of great Journey drummers like Steve Smith, Ansley Dunbar and Prairie Prince. Anyone who has seen a Journey show over the last decade can also attest to the fact that Deen Castronovo is a fine singer in the Steve Perry/Sam Cooke mode. Close your eyes and you could easily mistake this for a hard-rocking Journey album from decades ago.

That’s only compounded by the presence of Neal Schon, as well as Journey vocalist Arnel Pineda, who make noteworthy appearances on “Way Of The Sun” and “You’re Not Alone,” respectively. However, they are icing on an already tasty cake. The trio of Alrich, Blades and Castronovo soar on “Dream On,” a track that gives hints of Santana but quickly moves into hard rocking, straight-ahead territory with Castronovo’s soaring vocals supported by the uplifting, Damn Yankees-like chorus. Alrich’s solo smokes yet is tastefully restrained.
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