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Artist: Baron Rojo

Title: Volumen Brutal

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Category: Melodic Metal

Year: 1981

Label: Serdisco

Catalog Number: 74321 259982

Personnel

Carlos de Castro Lead Vocals, Guitar
Armando de Castro Backing Vocals, Guitar
Jose Luis Campuzano "Sherpa" Bass, Vocals
Hermes Calabria Drums
Colin Towns Keyboards
Mel Collins Sax

Tracks

1.  Incomuncacion  
2.  Los Rockeros Van Al Infierno  
3.  Dame La Oportunidad  
4.  Son Como Hormigas  
5.  Las Flores Del Mal  
6.  Resistire  
7.  Satanico Plan (Volumen Brutal)  
8.  Concierto Para Ellos  
9.  Hermano Del Rock & Roll  
10.  El Baron Vuela Sobre Inglaterra  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: roberto piki Date: January 30, 2005 at 11:17
el mejor disco de heavy rock que se hizo en este puto pais!.no hay competencia!.

From: Rene Date: January 30, 2005 at 11:30
I agree Roberto. Sound like tipical early 80s NWOBHM with that special BARON ROJO sound that they never lost during all this years. HAIL TO BARON ROJO. Together with PANZER, SANTA, ANGELES DEL INFIERNO and OBUS, BARON ROJO were the metal kings in Spain.

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From: Jez Date: January 30, 2005 at 13:32
This brings back the memories. I remember loving this when it came out, even saw them supporting Hawkwind of all bands on the tour promoting this album. I always liked the dual guitar sound of this band, quite Iron Maiden in places. 'Concierto Par Ellos' (Concert For Them on the English version) is one of the more melodic tracks on this and definately the standout,featuring some nice keyboards from at the time Gillan's Colin Towns. The rest of it is pretty standard Hard rock by todays standards.

From: el que más Date: February 4, 2005 at 22:51
best spanish cd kañerooo!!!

From: Metalhead66 Date: February 11, 2005 at 9:19
Had this on Vinyl back in the early 80's.It has to me a Krokus/AC/DC/ Scorpions vibe thats a bit uprooted and planted in Spain then put into a blender with some Tequila and Green sticky...My Copy was in Spanish,so I never new what the hell they were saying...And I didn't care Either. The Guitar player went for some interesting ideas...

From: caluche Date: April 5, 2005 at 5:33
una revolucion de disco en aquella epoca

From: JapLance Date: May 29, 2005 at 1:08
A classic in the Spanish Rock community.

From: Ale_Carro Date: June 15, 2006 at 13:15
Quizàs el mejor disco de hard rock en español de la historia? A juzgar por la calidad de los temas, las letras,la potencia de la banda, creo que no estarìa tan errado.TODOS los temas incluìdos son clàsicos. y todo a pesar de una producciòn no del todo efectiva para lo que el Baròn merecìa, sin embargo es el punto màs alto de un grupo que despuès de la ida de Sherpa y Hermes empezò a desilachar una historia que hasta En un lugar en la marcha era impecable. 10/10. carro_martin2000@yahoo.com.ar

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: October 31, 2007 at 22:21
Superclassic Heavy Hard Rock, La verdad me apena ver tan pocos comentarios de esta Obra Maestra en especial de la gente Española porque si no es el mejor album de esas tierras es uno de los mejores y se merecen mas opiniones y no tan pauperrimo como esta, tengo ambas versiones y las 2 suenan Brutal, un saludo a toda la gentita que se informa por aca y hacer de la Heavy Harmonies la mejor referencia en toda la Internet de parte del Immortal Warrior.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: September 12, 2009 at 14:01
I think this album was and is still a reference for many of the spanish or south american bands and why not some anglo bands too (this album has an english version because they recorded the spanish version and the english version both in England)apart from that they played the great Reading Fest in England along with bands such as Hawkwind and Blackfoot to mention some (year 82)and Venzuela (South America)was the first Latinamerican country they visisted just after releasing this album with a great audience!!!...anyway "Resistire"("I'll resist")is an anthem among spanish rockers..the rest of the songs stand tall too!.90/100


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