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Artist: Iron Horse

Title: Iron Horse

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Category: Southern Hard Rock

Year: 2001

Label: Metal Mayhem Music

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Robert Marcello lead guitar, backing vocals
Ronnie Keel lead vocals
Geno Arce bass, backing vocals
Gaetano Nicolosi drums, percussion


1.  Run for the Border  
2.  Don't Stop  
3.  The Show Must Go On  
4.  In My Wildest Dreams  
5.  Redneck Rock N Roll  
6.  Until We Fall in Love Again  
7.  Signs of Life  
8.  Shooting Star  
9.  You Can Have What's Left of Me  
10.  Let's Ride  
11.  Dancing With the Devil  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: xhani Date: September 4, 2002 at 15:39
best hair mmetal album

From: James Date: November 20, 2002 at 19:07
I must say Ron Keel's best alubm to date, but that is just my opinion. the band Keel was hit and miss with me, but this is really very good. I can hear a little 38 Special in the vocals and meledy and feel the hard rock edge of Molly Hatchet and the guitar work from the metal side. mixed toghther i'm well pleased with the outcome. It is like what Whitesnake would shoud like if they were a southern rock band from Jacksonville Fl.

From: fasteddie Date: November 24, 2003 at 17:30
I'm a guitar player - love southern rock & fast chops, but I'm not sure 'Yngwie' playin' lead for any southern outfit quite fits, which is what this sound like. Songwriting is good, melodies good. Will see if it grows on me. May post f/u. 6/10.

From: Agnar Date: November 24, 2003 at 18:52

From: Mr.Hailer Date: August 25, 2004 at 20:37
Absolute amazing. I bought this CD 1 year ago, and today I still hear it a lot!! - Fantastic - 10/10

From: Geoff Date: August 25, 2004 at 20:41
Two 10/10! Wow, must have missed something here! Sorry guys, I love that we all love our own stuff, but is every song on this album really perfect, could not have been done any better? Is this really a flawless release? I hear it and hear half country-ish filler and a few AOR gems thrown in for a good measure. Some great tracks but a lot of fillers - IMO! 10/10 - do you honestly believe that this is the perfect CD?

From: Rockhead Date: August 26, 2004 at 4:37
This is an okay blues/rock album with some biker and country overtones. A very interesting mix but no way a genre classic. A more realistic score would be 7/7.5 out of 10.

From: Metal Man Date: October 11, 2004 at 20:22
As my name implies I've always considered myself a total metalhead.Three years ago I went to an Iron Horse show on the promise of hearing a few old Keel songs.These guys put on a great show playing all of this disc plus half a dozen Keel songs.I love this CD.Pure metal it is not,but crank it up and it kicks ass.Shredding guitar,great songs with meaning to them.The new CD Bring It On is out now you can here some of it here http://www.soundclick.com/bands/2/ironhorse.htm

From: Chad Date: October 22, 2004 at 23:54
While I consider myself a rocker, this is Ron Keel and everything he does is gold. I even don't mind the Ronnie Lee Keel albums. His voice is something special. He truly drives everything he touches. He can do Country, Rock (Iron Horse), Metal (Keel) and Heavy rock (Saber Tiger-Project One). Not too many artists can carry the music they do. Other than Jeff Scott Soto, Ronnie (I mean Ron) has to be commended for his efforts. This is a very good album worth checking out!

From: 123charpenay Date: November 16, 2012 at 17:18
if i don t say a mistake ron keel is the main man of keel a hard metal band.it s always a good news when hard rockers plays southern rock.i love this music.this record have two problems.first the production is not perfect the sound of the bass guitar is a nightmare.second problem is the voice of ron keel.musically they plays a great southern rock in the same vein of doc holliday or lynyrd skynyrd.big problem ron keel is not a bad singer but he is f

From: 123charpenay Date: November 16, 2012 at 17:24
sorry i finish...ron keel is far far away bruce brookshire or johnny van zant.he have not their class, their charism,their fantastic voices, their talent.i respect all comments, cause we all have the same common point, we are lovers of the more beautiful music of the world.but...how can you put a 10/10 to this record.listen a doc holliday record you will be killed and put a 20/10!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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