In the tradition of keeping his fans and critics guessing, Irish guitarist Gary Moore crashes back onto the music scene with what has to be his heaviest collection of songs to date, once again forcing people to reassess any opinions and preconceptions they may have of him. This time round though, Moore has decided to share the limelight, joining forces with ex-Skunk Anansie bassist Cass Lewis and Primal Scream drummer Darrin Mooney to release "Scars" - the band establishing themselves as a true power trio in every respect. Heavy, melodic, twisted rock 'n' roll that is going to make many people sit up and take notice! With a new direction to his career, Moore's new band have a blend of passion and sheer talent that make it obvious why, in 2002, Gary Moore hasn't got the blues anymore!
|04:19||When The Sun Goes Down||Vocal|
|04:35||Wasn't Born In Chicago||Vocal|
|07:40||Just Can't Let You Go||Vocal|
|03:26||My Baby (She's So Good To Me)||Vocal|
|04:22||World Of Confusion||Vocal|
|12:53||Ball And Chain||Vocal|
|04:15||World Keep Turnin' Round||Vocal|
|09:48||Who Knows (What Tomorrow May Bring)?||Vocal|
|Gary Moore||Guitar, Vocals, Production, Mixing|
|Cass Lewis||Bass, Backing Vocals|
|Chris Tsangarides||Production, Engineering, Mixing|
|Drew Roberts||Engineering Assistance|
|Dan Turner||Engineering Assistance|
|Matt Crawford||Engineering Assistance|
|Tim Hole||Engineering Assistance|
|Graham Lilley||Equipment and Project Coordination|
|Bill Smith||Art Direction|
|Recorded at Sarm West, Parkgate, Sarm Hookend and Music Bank's Waterloo Sunset Studio, Rainmaker.
Mastered at Metropolis Mastering.