Unlike 1994’s "Feel", which had a lighter sound with definite pop, soul and funk influences, "Addiction" was a definite hard rock record, at times bordering on heavy metal. It is generally considered Hughes’ heaviest solo album, both musically and topically.
Rock ballad - type of song in rock music, which is a slow, melodic lyrical song. Ballads are not considered a separate genre in rock, as they recorded a group of almost any genre. The term "ballad" dates back to the eponymous poetic genre, but retains little connection with him. Ballade in the classical meaning close to the epic: it is a short story told in verse. Among the fans there is a tradition to light candles or lighters in the performance of ballads, and shake them to the beat of the song. Forbidding rockers in an instant become thin-skinned romantics. Songs that cause a lot of memories and emotions. This distribution represents eight disk other than rock ballads from distant nineties. Made-disc collections - Sweden.
Today, more than ever, talking about food improves the eating of it. Priscilla Parkhurst Ferguson argues that conversation can even trump consumption. Where many works look at the production, preparation, and consumption of food, Word of Mouth captures the language that explains culinary practices. …
HTP 2 is the second album by the Hughes Turner Project, a collaboration between Glenn Hughes (Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, etc.) and Joe Lynn Turner (Rainbow, Yngwie Malmsteen, etc.); it was released in 2003 on MTM Music and Pony Canyon Records. The second album followed 2002’s HTP and the Live In Tokyo recording. Between the two releases both Hughes and Turner had issued solo albums, Hughes’ Songs In The Key Of Rock and Turner’s JLT. HTP 2 follows similar musical territory to the debut; a retro hard rock sound infused with AOR and some funk, with vocal trade-offs between the two singers.