Girlschool - Legacy

8.1 | 21 votes |
Release date: 24 October 2008
Style: Heavy metal


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01. Everything's The Same [feat. Kelly Johnson]
02. From The Other Side
03. I Spy [Girlschool mix version]
04. Spend Spend Spend [feat. J.J. French]
05. Whole New World [feat. Neil Murray and Phil Campbell]
06. Just Another Day [feat. Phil Campbell]
07. Legend [feat. Neil Murray]
08. Still Waters
09. Metropolis [Motörhead cover] [feat. "Fast" Eddie Clarke]
10. Don't Mess Around [feat. Eddie Ojeda]
11. Zeitgeist
12. Don't Talk To Me [feat. Lemmy]
13. I Spy [Dio/Iommi mix version] [feat. Ronnie James Dio and Tony Iommi] [bonus]
14. Emergency [bonus]
15. London [bonus]

Kim McAuliffe - guitars, vocals
Jackie Chambers - guitars
Denise Dufort - drums
Enid Williams - bass, vocals

Guest musicians
Ronnie James Dio - vocals
Fast Eddie - guitars
Jay Jay French - guitars
Tony Iommi - guitars
Phil Campbell - guitars
Edward "Eddie" Ojeda - guitars
Lemmy Kilmister - bass, vocals, triangle
Neil Murray - bass

Additional info
Recorded at Sonic One Studios, Llangennech, South Wales.
Produced by Girlschool and Tim Hamill.
Engineered by Tim Hamill.
Ronnie James Dio's vocals engineered by Rudy Sarzo.

Artwork and layout by Kai Swillus.
Photography by Sing Lo.

Staff review by
Girlschool is one of those old bands which never became a legend but that everybody knows (at least by their name). If you're too young anyway to know this British combo, you have to know that it was probably one of the first combos entirely composed by girls and their first two albums were actually really good. After some average albums during the middle of the 80's and 90's the girls are finally back four year after their last album "Believe" but without Kelly Johnson who died of a Cancer last year… Without any doubt, "Legacy" is one of the best releases that the Girlschool have done for a lot of time so if you like cool Hard Rock and Heavy Metal you should try this release as soon as possible.

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25.01.2013 - 15:21
Rating: 8
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Pretty good hard rock/heavy metal album. Though bonus tracks show that their early stuff is still better.
"And we are not who we think we are
We are who we're afraid to be"
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