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Artist: Bloodgood

Title: Detonation

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Bloodgood Detonation Album Cover


Category: CCM Melodic Metal

Year: 1987

Label: Frontline

Catalog Number: CD9019


Michael Bloodgood bass, backing vocals
Les Carlsen vocals
David Zaffiro guitars, backing vocals
Mark Welling drums


1.  Battle of the Flesh  2:45
2.  Vagrant People  3:26
3.  Self-Destruction  3:29
4.  Alone In Suicide  4:04
5.  Heartbeat (of the City)  3:25
6.  Eat the Flesh  4:25
7.  Holy Fire  3:10
8.  Crucify  3:05
9.  The Messiah  4:25
10.  Live Wire  2:36
Total Running Time:  34:50

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Steve F. Date: May 7, 2001 at 20:40
Probably one of Bloodgood's best albums (IMHO). The songwriting is improved from the debut and plays to the strengths of the band members (Les gets to act out several parts in "Crucify!"). The album is still heavy enough that you can really crank up the volume on your stereo and get a good metal experience (that changes on the next album). David Zaffiro is also a very underated guitarist; his playing smokes! (9 out of 10)

From: Andrew Date: January 12, 2003 at 23:20
Their best album...

From: dusty Date: January 20, 2003 at 11:35
this one sounds even worse than the first one. Terrible production. Those drums are horrible!

From: M. Allen Date: April 10, 2003 at 20:14
BLOODGOOD, along with Stryper & Barren Cross, were part of a relatively small bunch of believers who took metal and married it to Christian lyrics, forever changing the face of sacred music. This sophomore release is much better than the band's debut and is generally considered to be their crowning achievement. Production may not be up to snuff by today's standards, but there's still enough heat and power here to make your speakers blow...

From: drewman202 Date: April 14, 2003 at 17:50
Great album! Les Carlson has a great, distinctive voice and David Zaffiro shreds! Production could've been better but over great album!

From: Andrew Date: August 24, 2003 at 20:33
Still need to get this one on CD. Detonation is probably my favorite. Battle of the flesh, Alone in suicide, Crucify, and Messiah are my favorites. David Zaffiro IS a real shredder, but boy has he mellowed out over the years!

From: Agnar Date: November 24, 2003 at 18:49
i don't like it as the self titled one. maybe i'd have to pick it from my collection and give a listen again.

From: Joe Date: January 12, 2004 at 3:02
You gotta have this one , it is their best album.

From: Date: March 29, 2004 at 11:24
go into the world and tell all the creation he lives, JESUS!!!!!!!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: June 21, 2013 at 15:03
A good album but for me it was a bit "weaker" in song structure than their first self titled one...tracks 1,3,4( ),5(Hard AORish feel),7(catchy) & 10 are the ones for me though...i dunno what happened with singer Les Carlsen here but he didn't sound so consistent and in some moments,quite tedious...70/100

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