The voice of rock is back with a brand new soloalbum and his first for Frontiers. After the huges
success with Hughes Turner Project he release his best solo album since "From Now On".
After "From Now On" I think he has done weak and boring rock albums but on this new one
he returns to his roots and delivers bluesy hardrock in the veins of Hughes Turner Project mixed with
his work with Deep Purple and put in touches of the album he did with John Norum.
If you never have been a fan of his work then this is a album you don?t have to check out. But there is
couple of exceptions on the album that are really great and should interest even those that are not into
"Higher Places" is the best song of the album, this is a song that has great guitarriffs and those reminds
little of the song that Jimmy Page and Puff Daddy?s did for the soundtrack "Godzilla".
"Get You Stoned" is a good rocker in the veins of Deep Purple and reminds very much of his work on
"From Now On".
Or listen to the lovely melodies of "Written All Over Your Face", this is a song that could have come from
"Face The Truth" album with John Norum.
Fans of Mr. Hughes will be pleast with "Songs In The Key Rock" because this is his best work for a long
time and may even find some new fans.
Essential for fans of Glenn Hughes.