Scream (Tony Martin album)

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Scream
Studio album by Tony Martin
Released

November 8, 2005 (US/Canada)

November 21, 2005 (UK)
Recorded 2004
1998 ("Raising Hell")
Genre Heavy metal
Length 53:19
Label MTM Records (Europe/US)
Avalon/Marquee (Japan)
Producer Tony Martin
Tony Martin chronology
Back Where I Belong
(1992)
Scream
(2005)

Scream is the second solo album of the former Black Sabbath vocalist Tony Martin. Released on November 8, 2005. The song "Raising Hell" features former Black Sabbath drummer Cozy Powell and keyboardist Geoff Nicholls. On most songs, Tony's son Joe Harford plays guitar. Nearly all other instruments are played by Martin himself (including a violin solo on "Scream").

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Raising Hell"
  2. "Bitter Sweet"
  3. "Faith in Madness"
  4. "I'm Gonna Live Forever"
  5. "Scream"
  6. "Surely Love is Dead"
  7. "The Kids of Today (Don't Understand The Blues)"
  8. "Wherever You Go"
  9. "Fields of Lies"
  10. "Unbearable" (Japan Bonus Track)

Trivia[edit]

"Raising Hell" is actually an instrumental demo recorded by Black Sabbath with Tony Martin before Dehumanizer recording sessions, which is re-recorded and used on this album.

Band members[edit]