This band is no joke. They are masters of their craft and this album is the proof. If you love, or have ever loved, symphonic power metal, then you must get this album. It's essential. Features the final day of a tour "THE VOYAGE TO THE BOUNDLESS UNIVERSE" by GALNERYUS held at Shibuya Public Hall. Comes with two live CDs.
If you love melodic hard rock music, then you must be familiar with Autograph. This band founded by Steve Plunkett became "world famous" with their superhit "Turn Up The Radio"; a song from Autograph's debut album "Sign In Please". Two more albums followed, "That's The Stuff" (1985) and "Loud And Clear" (1987),but in 1989 Autograph ceased to exist. Steve Plunkett recorded a solo album titled My Attitude shortly after the breakup that was released in 1991…
A versatile drummer, Lenny White is still best-known for being part of Chick Corea's Return To Forever in the 1970's. White was self-taught on drums and he largely started his career on top, playing regularly with Jackie McLean (1968) and recording "Bitches Brew" with Miles Davis in 1969. White was soon working with some of the who's who of jazz including Freddie Hubbard, Joe Henderson, Woody Shaw, Gato Barbieri, Gil Evans, Stanley Clarke and Stan Getz among others. As a member of Return To Forever during 1973-76, White gained a strong reputation as one of the top fusion drummers, but he was always versatile enough to play in many settings.
Attempts to encapsulate the vastness of Punk Rock (capitalized throughout this piece, because let's face it, it's a proper noun) throughout its now lengthy history have all fallen well short of the mark. Is it a musical genre or a cultural movement? A hairstyle or the very essence of DIY? Don Letts, original punk biographer, DJ and musician, in his film, Punk: Attitude sums it up just perfectly with that film's very title. Punk is an attitude and, as he puts it himself, "part of an ongoing movement of counterculture." After airing on the Independent Film Channel as part of "Punk Month", Letts' film claws its way, gasping for air, out of a packed house at CBGB's or the Roxy and onto DVD for home consumption.