Brazil’s premiere metal magazine Roadie Crew’s review of BAC’s “Rebourne” album!
Special thanks to writer Leandro Coppi for the translation!
BLACKLIGHT ACOUSTIC CONSPIRACY
BLACKLIGHT ENTERTAINMENT – IMP.
8 / 10
Ozzy Osbourne is a personality who deserves obeisance for what he did for heavy
metal. Thinking about the fact that the Madman never recorded an acoustic album,
Chris Catero (bass – Razer, Marty Friedman, Mick Brown) met with Kevin Schuhmacher
(vocals), Michael Ennis (guitar) – with whom he plays on tribute band called I Don’t
Know – and Eric Bongiorno (percussion) in this project. B.A.C. gives us in Rebourne
exquisite acoustic re-readings for Ozzy classics in his solo career and Sabbath era. The
tasteful arrangements provided new aura to hymns such as I Don’t Want to Change the
World, Paranoid, Mr. Crowley, No More Tears, Diary of a Madman, War Pigs, Shot in
the Dark, Changes and more. Schuhmacher acted the right way by not copying Ozzy's
style, and this fact privileged his voice, which is very beautiful and pleasant. Rebourne
is a work worthy of the greatness of Ozzy Osbourne.