Glenn Hughes
Music for the Divine

Release date: June 9th 2006
Label: Frontiers Records
Provided by:
Zink Music
Distribution: Bonnier Amigo

Melodic Rock /Melodic Hard Rock

Rating: 25/100
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Reviewed by: Peter Laursen
Date: June 3rd 2006

Glenn Hughes is not a new name in the music business... no, no he has been around almost forever. He's best known for his work with the bands Trapeze and Deep Purple in the early to mid 70s and I really respect his career, however I can’t say I’m a huge fan of his voice and that’s not about to change on his brand new solo album called “Music for the Divine”.

We get 11 tracks (bonus track included) of Melodic Rock, Melodic Hard Rock, and a little bit of Soul and Funk. I must admit that I fail to remember any of the songs even after numerous listens, and this album really bore me to death.

I can listen to it without vomiting but this release does not leave ANY lasting impression. At least not a very good one!

To be honest… I find every single track very, very boring… the music is boring… the melodies and choruses are boring. Of course there will be people out there who dig this album… but I don’t!

But do check it out… because I got no taste!  

Sorry Mr. Hughes… but this album bores me to death.