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Red Sea


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Category: Melodic Metal
Year: 1994
Label: Rugged Records
Catalog Number:
Rating: 8.16 out of 10. (29 ratings)

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Robyn Kyle Basauri lead vocals, percussion
Chris Howell guitars, dobro
Greg Chaisson bass
Jeff Martin drums
P.K. Mitchell producer
1.  Soulshaker  4:50
2.  Blood  4:52
3.  Wolves at the Door  7:19
4.  Dust to Dust  5:32
5.  Last Days of Winter  4:36
6.  Walk on Fire  3:57
7.  Shades of Purple  5:18
8.  Hellbound Train  5:29
9.  Losin' My Way  5:50
10.  Down Home Static  1:04
11.  Tears of Joy  4:44
Total Running Time:  53:31

Existing comments about this CD

From: Dan   (IP unknown) Date: February 16, 2002 at 15:07
Pretty decent. Nothing phenomenal, but solid Christian hard rock.
From: MetalGeek   (IP unknown) Date: February 21, 2002 at 9:52
I liked Robyn Basauri's performance on the Die Happy albums, and I dig this one too. It's kind of in the vein of Guns & Roses. 'Wolves At The Door' and 'Shades Of Purple' totally rock! It's a shame they only released this one album. Does anyone know if Robyn's released anything after this album?
From: MetalGeek   (IP unknown) Date: February 21, 2002 at 9:54
By the way, and this is a common mistake because the band name and the album title are reversed on the CD's spine, the name of the BAND is 'RedSea' and the title of the ALBUM is 'Blood'! The record co. did the same thing on Barren Cross' 'Rattle Your Cage', but somehow I don't think too many people thought 'Rattle Your Cage' was the name of the band and 'Barren Cross' was the album title...
From: Cephas   (IP unknown) Date: March 4, 2002 at 0:51
I bought this band's (Whatever its name is!) CD thinking it was heavy metal. Mistake. The seller told me it was metal with 'blues' influences - that should've warned me off. Oh, well. I'd already sent the check. The band's not bad, just not good. Production's nice; songs are 'bluesy'; CD's sitting in a dresser drawer.
From: alldatnmo   (IP unknown) Date: March 4, 2002 at 8:53
Red Sea is still on e of my favorite CDs. If you ever got into bands like Guns 'N Roses or Whitesnake, then this one is great. I love the vocals of Kyle Bausari, the leadwork of Chris Howell, and the killer blues bass licks by Greg Chaisson. I just wish that they'd stuck together for a second project, but they only performed one show live after this was recorded.
From: Salomonkey   (IP unknown) Date: April 18, 2004 at 16:06
This is a good metal album but I think that could be better about melodies. Blood, Dust to Dust and Tears of Joy my favorites.
From: KeymanEd   (IP unknown) Date: July 27, 2004 at 11:40
Good melodic hard rock! I recently got a copy of this CD from a friend at church and I have been listening to it almost non-stop. The songwriting is good the musicianship is great and the production is just what I like - clean! It is a shame these guys didn't make it to another project, but in 1994 music was shaking itself up (to the chagrin of melodic rockers everywhere!). Dust to Dust, Blood and Last Days of Winter are my current faves (but the entire record is strong). Thanks guys!
From: GaryS   ( Date: February 26, 2005 at 1:30
If you get this album thinking Melodic Metal (ala White Cross) or even Die Happy Vol. 3, you will be diassapointed. This is Whitesnake/Deep Purple influenced blues metal (hello.. see song title: Shades of Purple)! A fantastic effort in production, songwriting and musicianship.
From: Scott C.   ( Date: July 10, 2005 at 16:18
If you are a fan of Badlands, you will love this CD. Greg chaisson played bass for them as well, excellent blues rock. Robin Kyle Basauri's voice is a perfect match, he and producer P.K. Mithchell worked together on another project, All Hail the Power. P.K. played guitar on that, very well I must say...may God Bless you all
From: Mike   ( Date: February 10, 2007 at 9:58
Would someone SALE me their copy? How much? I used to have it but got a little thin on money and had to sell a pile of CD's. My email: I'm in North Carolina. Thanks
From: aoreus   ( Date: April 24, 2011 at 4:54
one of the greatest cds I've heard in last 5 years I've got a new copy top underrated, in my opinion it is on top of Christian Rock along with Stryper's mighty Against The Law no filler, no wek track here The same quality as Badlands and Lynch Mob cds, except for some (unnecessary) guitar works maybe - genial ones from Mr. Lynch & Mr. Lee, GODS) Chris Howell is a hell of a guitar player too. Jeff Martin ? what can I say? this mas's a phenomenon Robyn Kyle? what a stellar performance, so many dif
From: aoreus   ( Date: April 24, 2011 at 4:55
Chris Howell is a hell of a guitar player too. Jeff Martin ? what can I say? this mas's a phenomenon Robyn Kyle? what a stellar performance, so many different approaches, close or even better than Ray Gillen, Tony Martin, James Christian, David Reece Grag Chaisson ? a Bass GOD !!

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