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Artist: Slaughter

Title: Revolution

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1997

Label: CMC International

Catalog Number: CMC 06076-86214-2


Mark Slaughter lead vocals, guitars, keyboards
Dana Strum bass, backing vocals
Tim Kelly guitars, backing vocals
Blas Elias drums, percussion, backing vocals


1.  American Pie  
2.  Heaven it Cries  
3.  Tongue 'N Groove  
4.  Can We Find a Way  
5.  Stuck on You  
6.  Hard to Say Good-Bye  
7.  Revolution  
8.  Guck instrumental  
9.  Heat of the Moment  
10.  Rocky Mountain Way    Cover: Joe Walsh
11.  You're My Everything  
12.  I'm Gone  
13.  Ad-Majorem-Dei-Gloriam instrumental  

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From: Tony Date: April 11, 2002 at 4:25
My favorite Slaughter cd. Great songs and Tim Kelly really shines on this cd. It seemd to me for this cd these guys just threw their arms in the air and just played what they dug and it shows. They sound like they mean it!! One of those great lost gems you will find in the sea at the time of grunge and alternative. I love discovering albums like this.

From: Desslar Date: April 11, 2002 at 11:49
The weakest Slaughter album IMO. The band apparently decided they would try to move toward a classic rock style, and therefore the album is quite subdued, with only "I'm Gone" really rocking. It's not bad though.

From: RichieRocker Date: June 1, 2002 at 18:56
Not a bad album, but not great, there are some bright spots in this album, Like Tim Kellys guitar playing and Mark Sounds better than ever.

From: Scott Date: February 12, 2003 at 20:47
When I first heard the song American Pie I would have swore that it was a T Rex cover. That song pays serious homage to the fat grooves and distorted guitars of Marc Bolen. The enire disc actually reminds me of glam rock bands like T. Rex & Sweet, but there are also hints of Zeppelin and Aerosmith as well. This is very different from the pop metal Slaughter is known for.The music is heavier, bluesier, but still your basic American hard rock. I like it! http://www.nolifetilmetal.com/slaughter.htm

From: Gar Date: March 8, 2003 at 4:52
You gotta hand it to SLAUGHTER. They were one of the only bands who, in the mid 90's, played straight hard rock n roll and didn't try to pretend to be anything else. REVOLUTION has some retro touches to its songs, but it stays true to what the band is all about. Every SLAUGHTER album is good for at least 2 classics, which in this case I would say are "Heaven it Cries" and "I'm Gone". Another great SLAUGHTER album!

From: alexx glam Date: August 20, 2003 at 19:13

From: Blue Tequila Date: August 25, 2003 at 22:34
Wasn't sure what to expect with this one but it's retro, it's an interesting turn for the band, and it's a fun album to listen to. Anyone that didn't like this were probably glad they returned to the style they were known for on their next album, but I enjoy it. "Tongue 'N Groove" had a great sound that caught me by surprise after actually listening to the lyrics. I was thinking "Did I hear that right??!!" Awesome! Also I think Rocky Mountain Way is their first and only cover song.

From: Allan Jones Date: May 25, 2004 at 14:23
the worst album o Slaughter career...bad songs, bad vocals... only shit!!! the track "American Pie" is the best in this poor album. only ridiculous!!

From: Rycheage Date: July 19, 2004 at 0:04
From a consistency basis, this is one of their best. "Tongue N Groove", "Heat Of The Moment" and "I'm Gone" are good rock tracks. "Can We Find A Way" and "HArd To Say Goodbye" are good, but not great ballads. The 2 instrumentals could've been left off in favor of 2 more originals. Very good and recommended for any Slaughter fan.

From: Metal Jay Date: August 4, 2004 at 21:32
"Heaven It Cries", "Hard To Say Good-Bye" are great songs. I thinkJoe Walsh must be happy with the "Rocky Mountain Way" Cover. The boys seem to be having a great time on this album.

From: Warhead Date: August 22, 2004 at 20:06
I saw SSSSlaughter live. They opened up for Warrant. The vocalist had a piercing voice. UGGHHH! I enjoyed their debut disc, but I have been very disappointed with their follow-ups. This one being the worst. Now you have to understand, I have been studying the "cheese factor of music," and this is it. To others this is the c-i-it! There are moments and maybe 2 great riffs. The ballads are bland and if they spent anymore then 5 minutes writing them, they must be incompetent.

From: Geoff Date: August 23, 2004 at 6:21
I think this is another great Slaughter CD! My favourite song is 'You're my everything'. But there aren't many songs I dislike on this one, and 'American pie' is really a great song, should have been a hit for them. Good commercial hard rock and good on 'em for never selling out!

From: run2u Date: November 1, 2004 at 18:30
Lo más interesante de Slaughter.El toque setentero de la portada(en su versión colorines) se confirma nada más escuchar el CD,American Pie y Heaven it cries SE SALEN.Buenos temas rockeros y brillante "Heat Of The Moment",por ejemplo,así que para mí este es su mejor trabajo.Lo demás no me gusta nada...aquí este tío nos chilla un poquiiiito menos,afortunados oídos los nuestros!De todas formas no puedo recomendarlo,ya que suena muy atípico y deberías darle una escucha antes.6/10 run2u69@hotmail.com

From: C.J. Scheck Date: December 31, 2004 at 11:52
I have all SLAUGHTER's cd's and I think this is the BEST CD yet!! I LOVE the groove of this cd! The all around BEST SLAUGHTER CD EVER!! I'm always grabbing this CD for a road trip! THANK YOU SLAUGHTER for years of GREAT music! AND THANK YOU, Dan for a GREAT web site!

From: Ydol eM Date: August 13, 2013 at 18:06
In 1997 when alternative rock was at the peak I bought this Cd. The first "touch" wasn't too warm because trendy retro cover (IMO - rather ugly) and the label CMC (I remembered vividly their two Warrant's albums) aroused suspicion of a quite big "overstep". The first song - much more in Enuff ZNuff style than Slaughter only confirmed my apprehension. Fortunately, next songs are bringing the music which could bear the label "Made in/of Slaughter". I also regard this album as their weakest but on the other hand, at that time being this kind of heavy rock was like a fresh gust of wind in this hot summer. Respect. 75/100.

From: hair metal again Date: July 26, 2020 at 13:42
excellent release once again for the mighty SLAUGHTER slightly different in a few songs as they try to sound like glam rock bands of the 70s in a very succesful way with songs like "american pie" and some classic stuff either like "you re my everything"!great rockin groove,fine songs and a great release all the way of course

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