Addiction: Remastered & Expanded Edition - Glenn Hughes, CD
Digitally remastered and expanded two CD edition of this album from the rock vocalist. Glenn Hughes, undoubtedly The Voice Of Rock, came to prominence in Trapeze, a group which included future Whitensake guitarist Mel Galley, and Judas Priest drummer Dave Holland. Trapeze were on the brink of major Stateside success, when, in 1973, Glenn was offered the golden opportunity to play bass and sing with Deep Purple, joined by David Coverdale, for Burn, Stormbringer and Come Taste The Band. With the group splitting in 1976, the first fruits of Glenn's post-Purple career appeared in 1977. Glenn's fifth solo album, Addiction, was originally released in 1996, and unlike the more pop, soul and funk sounds of his previous record Feel, Addiction sees the singer returning to a much harder rocking sound. Guitarist Marc Bonilla performs, co-produces and co-wrote nine of the ten original songs. This edition includes live versions of Trapeze classics 'Way Back To The Bone', 'Coast To Coast' and 'Your Love Is Alright', as well as live versions of Deep Purple's 'Gettin' Tighter', 'Stormbringer' and 'Burn'.