31 May 2013

Fozzy - The Prisoner (2000)

Song : The Prisoner
Performer : Fozzy
Origin: USA
Album : Fozzy, 2000

For over 20 years, Fozzy had been criminally locked in a room of sushi and geishas...forced under the sword  to write many heavy metal classics that we actually heard today. This is a story according Fozzy, the heavy metal band that frontman by Chris Jericho. He is quite serious about singing the metal tunes as his talent is as hard as his power slam. Well, The Prisoner was actually one of their 'materials', their 'true version' is strong, and crispy in style of heavy metal. Singing is well done, as well the rest of instrumentation. Guitarist in charge are extremely original in style and tunes. For a band 'in this type', the production is cyrstal clear. Come to heard this real rockstar we strangely never heard before, in their debut album Fozzy, as well several songs that had been sung by Black Sabbath and eye raising other line ups.

The real The Prisoner (?)....in unbelievable perfect cover.

Styles: heavy metal
Faithful to Original version: yes - well, they are the 'original' supposedly
Re-Arrangements: 2/5 (1=notes per notes, 5=extreme deviation)
Vocals: 5/5
Rhythm guitar: 4.5/5
Solos: 5/5
Bass: 5/5
Drums: 5/5
Sound and Production: 5/5

Listen Fozzy's version of The Prisoner (You tu be)

• Chris Jericho (credited as Moongoose McQueen) – lead vocals
• Rich Ward (credited as Duke LaRüe) – guitar, backing vocals
• Frank Fontsere (credited as KK LaFlame) – drums, backing vocals
• Ryan Mallam (credited as The Kidd) – guitar
• Dan Dryden (credited as Shawn "Sports" Pop) – bass, backing vocals-2000

USA Mockery Heavy metal band with Chris Jericho, covering The Prisoner in album Fozzy 2002

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