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Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 2, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Imports
  • ASIN: B0000AAMX9
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #446,510 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By A Customer on September 23, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Ricky Warwick, a virutally unkown to most Americans, has just come out with a new CD that is really incredible.
I first heard of Ricky Warwick while attending a "Def Leppard" concert over the summer. Ricky Warwick travelled across the country and the world with the famous British band for their most recent tour. He made quite an impact on me opening up during the "X" Tour so much that I had to go out and buy his new album.
The album entitled "Tattoos & Alibis" is a good one. The lead track, "Mysterioso," is my favorite. After hearing the track once I was hooked.
Other tracks DEFINITELY worth a listen is "Three Sides to Every Story," "The Church of Paranoia," and of course the title track, "Tattoos & Alibis."
This is a MUST BUY for anyone interested in the harder rock or classic rock genres, or for any Def Leppard fans out there. Trust me, give this album a listen, it is worth it.
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You’ve got to hand it to The Almighty; they certainly like to mix it up when it comes to different musical styles, from classic rock, to grunge, punk & now an acoustic based record.
I was expecting some quite stark & mournful, but what you get is a rock band, with the acoustic guitar at the lead.
All the tracks are upbeat, with a American West-Coast fell to a lot of the music, but also a bit of Irish Folk (another string to Master Warwick’s bow, although I expect growing up in Ireland it was a style of music he was exposed to quite a lot), especially prominent on “The Church of Paranoia” & “Ending is better than the meaning”
As with most side projects, solo albums, I think Warwick isn’t trying to change the world with this record, just recording an album that I expect he has wanted to do for a considerable time.
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Ricky's music grabbed my attention from the first time I heard him play live and when I found out he had an album and bought it, I found I liked his music even more! I absolutly love this album. All of the songs are great on it, I don't pass even one of them by. It is in my top two favorite albums. I can listen to this album everyday! The songs are easy to sing to and this whole album was very brilliantly put together. To me it is a mix of Rock and a tad bit of a country sound. Reminded me of a little bit of a John Cougar Mellencamp sound. All of these songs are the type of music I would love to hear more of on the radio cuz it is something that relates to many Genres. I have the import, surely it will become a collectors item. Looking forward to recieving the US version of Tattoo's And Alibis for the two new songs on it. I have heard the song 'Can't Live With Maybe' Live and love it. Can't wait to hear Minor Miracles, I just know it will be as good as all the rest of the songs he has done. I very highly recommend it!
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Ricky Warwick from The Almighty have abandoned the former punkish metal rock and gone for a more adult and melodic approach in Tom Petty style. "Tattoos & Alibis" is a pleasant album with mostly acoustic driven songs in a rather laid back manner. Maybe it will some time for the 14 songs to really sink in but some of the tunes will probably get your attention immediately, like the Steve Earle sounding "The church of paranoia", the Tom Petty inspired "Mysterioso", the title track "Tattoos and alibis" and the catchy "Ending is better than mending" with its obvious country roots.
Warwick's problem might be that the people who like Almighty, aren't that interested in this kind of music, thinking it's boring and lame, and the once who like Tom Petty, Steve Earle, Tom Cochrane, John Cougar Mellencamp etc. don't care for someone like Ricky Warwick due to earlier musical efforts. That would be a shame because this album deserves a better destiny than passing through totally unnoticed.
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By sdmiller10 on September 27, 2003
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I too discovered Ricky Warwick via Def Leppard. I was very impressed with his live set, just him and an acoustic guitar and he sounded awesome!
I bought the import at a Def Leppard show and it's been in regular rotation in my CD player ever since. I just love his voice! The songs are very catchy and easy to sing along with. I'd call it Country/Rock if I were ever forced to label it. I really don't think anyone who likes either genre of music would be disappointed.
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