Scars (Gary Moore album)

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Studio album by (Gary Moore's) Scars
Released 10 September 2002
Genre Blues rock, hard rock
Length 59:50
Label Sanctuary
Producer Chris Tsangarides, Gary Moore
(Gary Moore's) Scars chronology
Best of the Blues
Have Some Moore

Scars is a 2002 album by the Gary Moore-led blues rock group called Scars (not to be confused with the seminal Edinburgh post-punk group called Scars).

In 2002 Gary decided to form a band with ex-Skunk Anansie bassist Cass Lewis and Primal Scream drummer Darrin Mooney called Scars. Their studio album "Scars" is released on September 2nd on Sanctuary Records, including rock songs, remembering of Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan sound, in a more modern way.[1]

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Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "When the Sun Goes Down"   Moore, Lewis, Mooney 4:19
2. "Rectify"   Moore, Lewis, Mooney 4:21
3. "Wasn't Born In Chicago"   Moore 4:35
4. "Stand Up"   Moore, Lewis, Mooney 4:11
5. "Just Can't Let You Go"   Moore 7:40
6. "My Baby (She's So Good to Me)"   Moore 3:26
7. "World of Confusion"   Moore 4:22
8. "Ball and Chain"   Moore, Lewis, Mooney 12:53
9. "World Keep Turnin' Round"   Moore 4:15
10. "Who Knows (What Tomorrow May Bring)?"   Moore 9:48