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Heavy Metal
  • Performer:
    T-Ride
  • Title:
    T-Ride
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Heavy Metal
  • Date of release:
    1992
  • Recording date:
    June, 1991 - October, 1991
  • Duration:
    34:17
  • Recording location:
    H.O.S. Recording, San Francisco, CA
  • Size FLAC version
    1349 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1320 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1550 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.3
  • Votes:
    557
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Noted for its wildly complex instrument and vocal arrangements, it featured guitar playing by Geoff Tyson, a student of Joe Satriani.

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T-Ride was the debut album of the California-based heavy metal band of the same name. Noted for its wildly complex instrument and vocal arrangements. It featured lead singer Dan Arlie's multi-octave vocal styles and Van Halen influenced guitar playing by Jeff Tyson

Credits

Ken Allardyce - Assistant, Mixing Assistant
Dan Arlie - Bass, Composer, Vocals, Writer
Wally Buck - Producer
Maria DeGrassi-Colosimo - Art Direction
Bob Ludwig - Mastering
Daniel S. Plock - Assistant, Assistant Engineer, Mixing Assistant
T-Ride - Group, Primary Artist
Jeff Tyson - Guitar, Vocals (Background)
Eric Valentine - Drums, Engineer, Mixing, Producer, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Glenn Wexler - Photography
Sean Wyett - Illustrations

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Zombies from Hell Dan Arlie T-Ride 4:28
2 Backdoor Romeo Dan Arlie T-Ride 2:35
3 Ride Dan Arlie T-Ride 2:38
4 You and Your Friend Dan Arlie T-Ride 2:13
5 I Hunger Dan Arlie T-Ride 3:44
6 Luxury Cruiser Dan Arlie T-Ride 3:03
7 Hit Squad Dan Arlie T-Ride 3:03
8 Bad Girls and Angels Dan Arlie T-Ride 3:02
9 Bone Down T-Ride 2:19
10 Fire It Up Dan Arlie T-Ride 3:04
11 Heroes and Villains Dan Arlie T-Ride 4:01

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I admit I wasn't exactly aware of T-Ride during my angst-riddled Grunge years. However, I picked up this album from a charity shop recently - mainly to make up numbers on 3 CDs for £1, & the name lit a dim memory from a page of Kerrang. I digress, my first impression of 'T-Ride', with its thick 80s synths, showy soloing & often Def Leppard-esque harmonic vocals, was this sounds dated. However, when the Billy Gould-like (of Faith No More fame) bass kicked in over a 'A Small Victory'-like sample of a war backdrop on the FNM-esque named opening song, 'Zombies From Hell', the Faith No More comparisons rise higher to the surface.Bassist/vocalist Dan Arlie, like T-Ride, only put out this record, & it's a crying shame. Sure, his oft-Axl Rose mid-higher range is a bit flatter than the Guns N Roses lead man's, but he uses what he's got well. Arlie uses his voice like Mike Patton, in the sense he's got an incredible range & is not afraid to exercise his baritone or crooning against Axl-style sung verses & howled choruses. As this was his first, & only, outing on record, you can't help but feel his singing could only have got better with whisky worn experience.This album certainly rocks - but not in a conventional sense. It is far too progressive to be a flat out rip off of 'Appetite of Destruction' or 'Hysteria' (listen to 'You and Your Friend' for a funky electro-groovy little number, more early Nine Inch Nails, but with flat, crooning vocals, the odd Axl-like wailing interjections & even a bit of rap), but 'T-Ride' is also far too short & punchy to be rewriting Queensryche's 'Operation Mindcrime' - one of the closest sounding albums to this on the whole .Eric Valentine, the drummer, would produce some fine artists later in his career - Queens of the Stone Age being one. The more grumbled moments of this album reek of Mark Lanegan on a classic Queens album, but blistering musical transitions crash these interludes up against walls of sound similar to operatic & bombastic 1970s Queen. The experience is actually strangely pleasing, with all these eccentric, moody atmospheric parts swiftly changing into joyous moments throughout this record.I'm pleased to own 'T-Ride' because it really is a one-off album. Its one foot is planted firmly in the mid-80s glam-rock phase, but the other tap dances around early-90s Faith No More. It is just an odd but strangely alluring record, & at 35 minutes long, you get a fun but brief ride through something unique from a band that might have become very special towards the end of the 90s. Still, whether you see this record in a charity shop or not, I recommend giving it a go.