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Artist: Slaughter

Title: Fear No Evil

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1995

Label: CMC International

Catalog Number: CMC 7403

Personnel

Mark Slaughter vocals, keyboards
Tim Kelly lead guitar
Dana Strum bass
Blas Elias drums and percussion

Tracks

1.  Live Like There's No Tomorrow  
2.  Get Used To It  
3.  Searchin'  
4.  It'll Be Alright  
5.  Let The Good Times Roll  
6.  Breakdown N' Cry  
7.  Hard Times  
8.  Divine Order  
9.  Yesterday's Gone  
10.  Prelude  
11.  Outta My Head  
12.  Unknown Destination  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Chris Date: September 18, 2001 at 19:51
Good return to their roots. "Live Your Life Like There's No Tomorrow" absolutely rocks!! Good CD.

From: WhiteLion Date: September 20, 2001 at 10:22
Wonderful album, at least five real pounders on this one. A must if u like bands such as Lion, Mr Big or Freak of Nature! Go and get it!

From: dokken6008 Date: March 31, 2002 at 11:17
"Good return to their roots"? What roots? This was the band's THIRD album. Okay......

From: Desslar Date: April 5, 2002 at 12:36
Rockin' album when it was unpopular to do so.

From: dokken6008 Date: April 8, 2002 at 11:47
Haven't heard this cd yet, but........Man, that chick on the cover with her tongue stuck out like that--!!! Oops, I think my pants are wet. Wait. Let me get a box of Kleenex.

From: RichieRocker Date: June 1, 2002 at 12:25
Take No Prisoners rock N'Roll. These guys kick ass, their songs make you fell like an animal and alive. Get this album if you can find it. Its fast, and furious great guitar action, and vocals the drums and bass compliment each other very well also.

From: TIM Date: June 1, 2002 at 13:05
The only album by them that I haven't yet heard. I'll go to Ebay and check it out.

From: RichieRocker Date: June 1, 2002 at 13:32
Tim, I think you will really enjoy this album.Unbelievable sound and animalistic grooves, Good luck on Ebay trying to find it. And when you do get it, Crank the crap out of it!!!

From: ThunderDan Date: July 5, 2002 at 10:21
I firmly allow my opinions to align with those of RichieRocker. This CD is a must-procure! This one is certain to please the ears! An exceptional release, no doubt!

From: TOBAH Date: August 9, 2002 at 23:48
If you listen carefully,in the song "Outta my Head " the late Tim Kelly lost his inspiration and started to rip off other guitar solos from some famous bands, you can hear part of the solo of "Love Gun" from Kiss, and the same riff used in " Foolin" by Def Leppard, sad isn't it? Pay Attention and you'll know I'm right.

From: David Date: August 29, 2002 at 4:17
There is no reason for feeling bad anymore. Just give this album a spin and you'll be alright.

From: robert Date: October 20, 2002 at 15:14
que maravilla oir pasadas como breakdown and cry, i'll be allright, yesterday gone. Una autentica gozada d disco, aunque me quedaria con los 2 primeros. para mi hasta aki slaughter son una pedazo d banda, lo q hicieron despues ya no me convence nada. pero ahi keda esa trayectoria.

From: Date: December 27, 2002 at 23:04
oh yes...!qua maravilla los espanols...

From: Gar Date: February 1, 2003 at 8:10
This album was recorded and set for release in 94, but Chrysalis dropped the band. It took a while for them to get another record company to put this out, but it was worth the wait. Slaughter avoided the then current musical styles and put out an album that was in the same league as the first 2, but showed some growth in the songwriting dept. Check out the Beatle-esque "It'll Be Alright". This may just be their best album.

From: Ghostface Date: May 11, 2003 at 15:08
Great album.I loved almost all the tracks.....This is what rock music should sound like.Yesterdays gone great song even if it does sound a little old BON JOVI (Can`t be bad).Check out the CD - "BACK TO REALITY".Even tho` TIM KELLY isn`t on the album it still rocks.TIM KELLY will live on in his music RIP.....

From: Trick Taylor Date: May 19, 2003 at 21:14
Slaffter is touring summer 2003? Come on Dana, give it a rest. Is that really what the world needs now? FEAR is a confused attempt to break out of the ever shrinking box they built for themselves. "Searchin'" sounds like it is sung by Michael MacDonald (Doobies) and "Get Used To It" rips off Cinderella. This disc has a few good moments, but not nearly enough to save it. You know they will stick to albums 1 and 2 for material this summer, that should say something.

From: JF Date: May 20, 2003 at 1:17
Trick.....I totally disagree. This album was one of the best hard rock/glam CDs put out in 1995. You put them down for playing material from their first two albums, but hardly any of the hair bands play anything post 1992 at their summer tours. Slaughter is one of the few bands that stuck together during the grunge and alternative years and stuck pretty close to their roots. They could have easily cut their hair and changed their style like other bands, but they didn't. Slaughter rules!!

From: HG Date: May 24, 2003 at 4:53
Got to agree with JF. The type of tours Slaughter is on are basically nostalgia events. People want to hear the hits. Guys like me have all the CDs, and would like to hear some off the wall stuff, but most people just want to hear what was on the radio. I will come out whenever these guys play in Cincinnati. With all due respect to MetalSludge, Slaughter is alright with me.

From: Big Mike Date: September 21, 2003 at 23:59
Pretty Good Disc, some absolute killer content mixed with some more average stuff. Some of the songs are a bit short also. As normal theres a few tracks of filler material but some of the music here just cannot be ignored if you like hard edged rock. Probably one of slaughters best releases in my opinion.

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From: Blue Charvel Date: December 19, 2003 at 11:38
Just picked this up yesterday for $3, definitely worth at least that based on my first listen. Sound slike classic Slaughter for the most part, especially considering that 1995 was the year of great bands putting out really shitty alternastyle albums. I don't think I'd call it classic, but if you like Slaughter, it's definitely worth adding to your collection.

From: tomcat Date: December 19, 2003 at 20:54
'it'll be alright' is a thumbs up song..that means, it's very good and uplifting... very cool hardrock album,maybe my favorite "slaughter" cd.

From: Date: February 7, 2004 at 19:43
Para el mongol guiri q putea a los espaņoles ,hijo de la gran bretaņa haz como q te caes y me la chupas julandron

From: KM Osasuna Date: May 21, 2004 at 5:11
One of the greatest hard rock album ever! Just have a look to the first tune! Realy good stuff! Have a look also to stick it to ya and the wild life and then spend your money on something better than their latest releases!

From: Andree Date: July 8, 2004 at 9:15
Uno de los mejores discos que sacaron, muy maduro y que los encuentra en su mejor etapa compositiva, solo como muestra escuchen unknown destination con sus guitarras haciendo harmonias dobles.

From: Metal Jay Date: August 2, 2004 at 20:08
"it'll Be Alright" is a killer song. It doesn't shred or anything, but there is something abouth it, that is really catchy. Obviously very Beatle influenced.

From: Lullä Milanese Date: August 8, 2004 at 19:12
The first Slaughter album I heard was Stick It To Ya which I just thought an OK album, far from being something memorable and I belive it kinda of pushed me away from willing to know more about this band and then I heard Fear No Evil and I was like "OMG, what is this?!" Definally, 100x better than Stick It...

From: Date: August 24, 2004 at 20:26
este es mostraso

From: Geoff Date: August 25, 2004 at 1:04
As far as I'm concerned, this is the best release by Slaughter. 'Outta my head' is my favourite Slaughter track and overall this is an excellent collection of commercial hard rock tracks. The best thing about it? They recorded this in the same year Warrant, Dokken, PC69, Wildside, Sven Gali and countless once-great bands were recording thier sell-out CDs. Well done to Slaughter for sticking to it and releasing a damn good hard rock album!

From: C.J. Scheck Date: December 31, 2004 at 12:00
One of the bands BEST cd's. I LOVE THIS ONE!

From: Lovedrive Date: June 25, 2005 at 7:35
Disco majo de Slaughter, pero sin llegar al nivel de los dos anteriores. Como me gusta SEARCHIN'!

From: lulla Date: October 31, 2005 at 7:55
I love this album. It's just amazing, and by the time it was released (1995) you can see how into rock n'roll Slaughter is, while everybody was trying to sound new, sound grunge, Slaughter put this fucking great album out.

From: hernanHRM/AOR Date: January 14, 2009 at 19:03
Album full of pure Hard Rock'N'Roll. "Unknown Destination" The last one on the disc and the best for my taste..

From: HEAVY PARADISE Date: September 23, 2012 at 2:31
For sure not their best, their debut is HUGE, but it's a great record all the way. Heavier but still Slaughter with big choruses, blasting guitars and a solid production. "Outta My Head" is monsterous!!!!!! \,,/ \,,/

From: ghettonation73 Date: May 12, 2018 at 8:46
Great CD. Slaughter didn't jump on the alternative bandwagon like a lot of other bands did. This album,"Revolution" and "Back To Reality" all rocked. Tim Kelly R.I.P.!!

From: Doug Date: May 14, 2018 at 12:04
This album continues to stay under the radar. Great reference by "ghettonation 73" on Back to Reality. Another really good, underappreciated album.

From: Stixx Date: July 24, 2020 at 19:20
Fear No Evil was recorded in 1994 while the band was still signed to Chrysalis. The delay of its release might have hurt some, even that grunge had already taken over the charts and sales. CMC only financed one music video, and the lack of promotion did not help either. Nevertheless, Fear No Evil is one damn good album! No fillers this time, and some mean riffs by Kelly on Hard Times and Outta My Head not the least. Can solid pure rock & roll with energy and swing get much better than the duo of Get Used To It and Let The Good Times Roll? Those are so cool and rockin', really get you pumped! Love this disc!

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: May 12, 2021 at 19:55
This is actually a pretty good disc, having been in the can for a while before finally coming out in the spring of 1995 on CMC, the new white-elephant circus of rock 'n' roll. Slaughter are still partying it up like it's 1990, and that's a good thing, as "Searchin'," "Outta My Head" and 'Let The Good Times Roll" and especially "Get Used To It" are all prime Friday-night, top-down fare. Also, this album is noticeably shorter than the first two, at just ten songs (not counting two poinless instrumentals). The three ballads are all pleasant, with a nice blues feel to "Break Down And Cry." "It'll Be Alright" is way too sappy lyrically, though, with some gloopy keyboards. Mark does that "little kid licking a lollipop" thing with his voice on "Hard Times,' but it's otherwise a good track, and the disc is bookended by nasty riffs on "Live like There's No Tomorrow" and 'Unknown Destination." It's not the catchiest batch of songs around, except for "Get Used To It," but it'll do nicely.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: May 12, 2021 at 19:57
Sometime in early '96, the band played a tiny club in Dover, Delaware called Arizona's, which was mostly a country bar but had begun hosting some rock shows. Mark did a phone interview with the local rock station, during which the jock played "Searchin'" and "It'll Be Alright," the only time that station ever played Slaughter.


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