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Bohemet Oct-09-2002 8:37 AM

Warner Brothers Unreleased
Anyone have the tracklisting for this album? And why wasnt it released?

Oct-09-2002 8:48 AM

find infos in bottlegged section

roberto ;)


Bohemet Oct-09-2002 9:17 AM

Great site you have there Roberto :cool: As always - Thanks!

furyomori Nov-04-2002 10:49 AM

<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Bohemet:
Anyone have the tracklisting for this album? And why wasnt it released?<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
HI!Glenn wasn't happy of this album so he didn't released it(notwithstanding Warner gave a very lot of money!).
1)Real world
2)Don't come crying
3)Loving you
4)Sweet revenge
6)It's not too late
7)Ride the range
10)Things have got to change
Take care

walterito Aug-09-2012 2:18 AM

What a pity... :huh:

rrfreitas85 Sep-16-2012 12:10 PM

Glenn never did a single bad record. This should be no exception.

glazosifo Feb-11-2013 9:02 AM

I remember finding the Highlander 2 Soundtrack on CD which had 'Haunted' on it..pure gold dust!I am not sure if Glenn was satisfied with his Vocals on the Warners Sessions overall?Certainly an official release would be snapped up by the fan base.

glazosifo Apr-05-2017 9:15 AM

A nice project for Cherry Red Records to unearth?
Who played on the unreleased Warner Brothers album with Glenn by the way?

Michael May-01-2017 2:16 PM

Some of that music ended on the "Sweet Revenge" album from Krescendo Records (aka Majestic Rock Records) in 2008. You can still buy it on Amazon. The guitar player on that was Robin George. There is also a video from 1991 on Youtube, albeit very short, where a "fat" Glenn Hughes is pictured singing and Robin George playing.
YouTube Video

glazosifo May-30-2017 5:25 AM

Maybe Glenn will answer this question among others on 27/7/2017 in Cannock?

glazosifo Nov-19-2018 7:27 AM

Glenn recently replied to part of my query regarding the Unreleased Warner Brothers album from the early 90's.
Glenn said something along the lines that no label will release his music.

I understand that Glenn wants to keep his body of work under control and nullify the unofficial outlets.

It appears as I write that Glenn is willing to mothball this project indefinitely without the fans hearing the finished songs which is a pity.

We have to respect Glenn's decision.

It would be great if Glenn was to recut some of these songs or release the recordings for a good cause-charity similar to what Tony Iommi and Ian Gillan's did on 'Who Cares'

I hope that I have planted a seed with Glenn and he'll find a away to satisfy his fans thirst for the rarer-hard to find recordings.

Re booting Glenn's Pink Cloud label would be gratefully received news to this end.

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