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Artist: Bride

Title: Show No Mercy

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Bride Show No Mercy Album Cover

 

Category: CCM Melodic Metal

Year: 1986

Label: Millenium 8 Records

Catalog Number: M8R-1005

Personnel

Dale Thompson vocals
Troy Thompson guitar, bass, keyboards, piano, violin
Stephan Rolland drums
Scott Hall bass

Originally released on Pure Metal Records. Bonus tracks are from this 1999 remastered reissue.

Tracks

1.  Evil That Men Do  3:38
2.  Now He Is Gone  3:49
3.  Fly Away  4:12
4.  Forever In Darkness  3:44
5.  Follow Your Heart  4:29
6.  Show No Mercy  3:36
7.  I Will Be With You  4:29
8.  Thunder In The City  5:53
9.  No Matter The Price  4:18
10.  The First Will Be Last  4:07
11.  I Can Fly Now Bonus Track  3:39
12.  Welcome-What Must I Do Bonus Track  4:00
13.  Butterfly Bonus Track  3:54
14.  Missing Children Bonus Track  4:24
15.  Fright Bonus Track  3:27
16.  Look At Me Now Bonus Track  4:12
17.  No Matter The Price Demo Bonus Track  4:12
  
Total Running Time:  70:03

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rene Date: April 23, 2003 at 20:57
First 3 albumes of this white metal band are just increible. After that they start playing shit grunge and alternative music. Shame. If you like your WHITE METAL pure heavy and metal like SAINT, old STRYPER, or first BLOODGOOD buy the first 3 cds of the band. You will love them.

From: Scott Date: May 8, 2003 at 3:07
Actually Rene is partially correct. Not all of their releases afterwards were Grunge. Check out "Drop"...OMG their song "Thrill A Minute" reminds me of a cross of AC/DC meets Child's Play. This is one of the greatest Christian Bands ever. I'd put them in the class of Whitecross, Barren Cross, Holy Soldier, Bloodgood, Petra for talent. Actually this band has experimented with all genre's just about, Dale even did some Blues releases. This CD however is pure adrenalized awesome Christian Metal

From: comecon Date: May 10, 2003 at 10:14
trully the best bride there ever was.

From: Tyler Date: October 17, 2003 at 1:50
The fact that Rene wrote off Bride's newer stuff as "grunge" shows you how much attention was really payed. "Show No Mercy" is an excellent old school metal album.

From: Agnar Date: February 2, 2004 at 9:43
here in Florence is a vinyl copy of this one, but at a huge price: how do you think it can be rated on vinyl? thanx


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