Black Label Society - Mafia

7.8 | 198 votes |
Release date: 9 March 2005
Style: Heavy metal


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01. Fire It Up
02. What's In You
03. Suicide Messiah
04. Forever Down
05. In This River
06. You Must Be Blind
07. Death March
08. Dr. Octavia
09. Say What You Will
10. Too Tough To Die
11. Electric Hellfire
12. Spread Your Wings
13. Been A Long Time
14. Dirt On The Grave
15. I Never Dreamed [Lynyrd Skynyrd cover] [bonus]

Staff review by
Zakk Wylde, the famous guitarist in Ozzy Osbourne band, stepped out of the shadows in 1993 when he released an album with Pride And Glory. Three years later he released an album under his own name before creating Black Label Society.
And today, 12 years after the Pride And Glory release, he has six albums under the name Black Label Society (if we're not counting the one under his own name) and he is, without doubts, one of the most recognized guitarists on our earth.

published 26.03.2005 | Comments (0)

Guest review by
I'm surprised, this is really furious!!! I haven't waited this long for a Zakk Wylde release; usually his music is more simple but here he plays his Les Paul in a special form, really powerful and devastating. I can say that, definitely, this is the most furious album of Black Label Society, and probably their most perfect release in all their active time. The mix of the instruments is incredible, the drums are excellent, too (not to mention the guitars that, obviously, are the best of this CD). You'll think this CD is very short, its length is 43 minutes, but that it isn't too short; it's so great that you'll think it's shorter than it's. Along this CD, there are really good Zakk Wylde vocals, and of course there are also ballads, Zakk Wylde can't help doing ballads. In his ballads we can hear his most perfect and clean vocals.

published 24.09.2006 | Comments (0)

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12.02.2012 - 21:47
Rating: 10
Epic album loved every song on it
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01.09.2012 - 19:04
Rating: 8
Another pretty good BLS album, although just a bit too long for me. It has quite a lot of diversity abouut it, although this might not seem like that at first. The mellower, acoustic-laden songs are the true highlights for me, and are where Wylde's voice comes fully into it's own rather than just screeching along with his guitar.
12.10.2012 - 21:42
Rating: 8
One of Zakk Wylde's best. The heavier tracks on this album make great drinking/partying songs I think. Nice grooves as usual.

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