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
(2002)Best of the Blues2002
Have Some Moore
(2002)Have Some Moore2002

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

In 2002 Gary Moore decided to form a band with ex-Skunk Anansie bassist Cass Lewis and Primal Scream drummer Darrin Mooney called Scars. Their studio album "Scars", released on September 2 on Sanctuary Records, includes compositions reminiscent of the sound of artists like Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan, in a modern way.[1]

Professional ratings
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Allmusic 3/5 stars link

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



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