For other uses, see Edge of the World (disambiguation).
Edge of the World
Studio album by Tipton, Entwistle & Powell
March 7, 2006
Heavy metal, Progressive rock, Hard rock
Glenn Tipton, Sean Lynch
Tipton, Entwistle & Powell chronology
Baptizm of Fire,
Edge of the World,
Edge of the World is an album created by Judas Priest guitarist Glenn Tipton, The Who bassist John Entwistle, and renowned drummer Cozy Powell. Consisting of tracks that were not released on Baptizm of Fire, Tipton released the album on March 7, 2006 in memory of Entwistle and Powell. "I'm sure everyone will know," Tipton stated, "this album is a tribute to their unique styles and skills and a small part of the immense legacy they have left behind which will continue to inspire people all over the world for many years to come." Glenn presented the tracks to Rhino/Warners Entertainment and they agreed that this album had to be released. This album was released March 7th, 2006 and all proceeds from sales go to the Teenage Cancer Trust.
1 Track listing,
4 External links,
All songs written and composed by Glenn Tipton.
"The Holy Man"
"Never Say Die" (melody and some lyrics taken from John Entwistle's song "Bridges Under the Water")
"Crime of Passion"
"Walls Cave In"
"Edge of the World"
"Stronger Than the Drug"
Tipton, Entwistle & Powell
Glenn Tipton - guitars, vocals,
John Entwistle - bass,
Cozy Powell - drums,
Don Airey - keyboards,
Neil Murray - additional bass on track 11,
Produced and mixed by Glenn Tipton and Sean Lynch,
Artwork by Mark Wilkinson