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Single Review : Saxon – ‘Paint It Black

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Single Review : Saxon – ‘Paint It Black

Review by Paul Monkhouse for MPM

Lead single from the forthcoming ‘Inspirations’ cover album, this is the Stones classic as it was always destined to be played.

Giving it no uncertain amount of welly, Biff and his merry crew slam it down but there’s a real reverence for the material here.

Whilst the singer puts his own distinct edge to things, the guitars of Paul Quinn and Doug Scarratt slash and burn whilst Nigel Glockler and Tibbs Carter lay down a bone deep groove as only they know how.

This retains the snakecharming mystery of the original but with the amps turned up to 11, a move that may have purists muttering but will delight the rest of us.

There’s obviously a love and respect here and the combination works a charm as the monster wakes from its slumber.

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