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Artist: Lizzy Borden

Title: Deal With the Devil

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Category: Classic Heavy Metal

Year: 2000

Label: Metal Blade Records

Catalog Number: 3984-14343-2

Personnel

Lizzy Borden vocals
Joey Scott drums
Alex Nelson lead, rhythm, and acoustic guitars, sitar
Louis Cyphre guitars
Marten Andersson bass
Michael Davis bass
Joey Vera bass
Elliot Solomon keyboards
Dan Fitzgerald lead and acoustic guitars
David Michael Philips lead guitar
Joe Steals lead guitar

Tracks

1.  There Will Be Blood Tonight  3:56
2.  Hell Is for Heroes  5:11
3.  Deal With the Devil  3:45
4.  Zanzibar  6:26
5.  Lovin' You Is Murder  3:44
6.  We Only Come Out at Night  4:34
7.  Generation Landslide  4:44
8.  The World Is Mine  4:56
9.  State of Pain  2:56
10.  (This Ain't) the Summer of Love  3:46
11.  Believe  5:19
  
Total Running Time:  49:17

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Metal T Date: November 19, 2003 at 20:05
After waiting several years for a new 'Lizzy' record,Deal with devil arrives.I had high hopes of this thing being in the vein of the 'Pieces' album,one you could really crank,but with the exception of 'There will be blood tonight,most of the other songs are unmemorable and pretty bland. Hate to be critical of such a talented kick-ass metal singer that is capable of so much more .-----Lizzy,you've got to play the midwest more often !

From: iaffprofireman Date: November 26, 2003 at 0:56
I really like this album. Primarily because it came out within the last 10 years and in no way resembles alterna-shit, nu-metal, or any of the other garbage that's plagued our music scene. I have to give them credit, they basically stuck to their roots here. And I have always liked their stuff anyway. Maybe not quite the caliber of the "Give Em The Axe" or "American Metal" days, but still very good nonetheless! Worth checking out.

From: MIKE S Date: April 8, 2004 at 11:55
Awesome comeback release from Lizzy! Saw the band on their tour(in Minneapolis Metal T!)for this disc & it was one kickass set! This cd retains the bands 80s flavor & any fans of previous Lizzy releases won't be disappointed here. I would disagree that the tracks here are bland - I would rate this as one of their better releases - first 5 tracks(especially "Zanzibar" - GREAT song!)are as good or better than any of the others. Check it out!!

From: jessica96fish Date: August 31, 2004 at 18:31
to be honest.this release sounds like they've never been away.killer album.and spot on production.a very strong album.if you like lizzys other stuff.then get yourself a copy.BRILLANT!!!!!!!!!

From: christo Date: November 19, 2004 at 8:48
I have to be honest and say i agree with the first comment on this release, i found it very bland and as much as i tried i couldnt get into it, i was very dissapointed with this release, there is one kick ass song with some great sitar playing by alex and that is called zanzibar , other than that i would give this a miss.

From: Rene Date: November 19, 2004 at 10:59
First songs are very good, sound like old LIZZY BORDEN but later the songs are not so good anymore. Its still better then what LIZZY BORDEN is working on right now. It will be a kind of a NU METAL/INDUSTRIAL LIZZY BORDEN. If he does that he will loose all his old fans like us and dont forget that the new generation have their own heroes and they dont want a 45 year old man playing their music.

From: Raiven Date: February 22, 2005 at 12:03
Very cool album here... hard to believe its from 2000, with the exception of "We Only Come Out At Night" which has a Rob Zombie vibe to it. 9.5 \m/ Lizzy Borden \m/

From: lmaneval Date: April 5, 2006 at 19:00
I have no clue what the first person listened to cause this cd if you love hard rock you should buy. Awesome cd, great music.

From: Fat Freddy Date: October 12, 2006 at 12:48
Pretty cool comeback record for old Lizzy... guaranteed, the first time you hear "We Only Come Out At Night," the chorus will be stuck in your head for days... it gets extra points for the cover of BOC's "This Ain't The Summer Of Love"

From: Eva Galli Date: August 21, 2009 at 20:46
Like the glorious old years, Brutal and pure perfect, Ira did it well, n the voice of lizzy its like he revivals from the 80's, cool album, 90/100.

From: Eva Galli Date: August 21, 2009 at 21:02
I have to correct my mistake about Ira Black, he didnt play in this album.

From: hair metal again Date: December 5, 2011 at 2:46
very good comeback for LIZZY BORDEN !this one is in their classic sound and it seems to be out of the 80s!many good songs like "loving you is murder","deal with the devil","the world is mine" and "hell is for heroes".it will satisfy every fan

From: rick kerch vzla Date: February 13, 2018 at 18:25
A decent album with some "catchy choruses" in songs such # 2,3,4,6(some industrial in it)& 11(solid mid tempo).80/100 :-)


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