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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Air Raid (UK)
Catalog Number: AIRCD9
|2.||Take It Like a Man|
|5.||Too Close to Rock|
|9.||Take Me to Your Leader|
|10.||Walking Out on You|
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|From: Jez||Date: March 3, 2006 at 17:09|
|Along with Saxon's mighty 'Wheels Of Steel' & Maiden's 'Number Of The Beast' one of the standout albums of the NWOBHM. Unfortunately, this was criminally overlooked for the most part as most people got stuck on Saxon, Maiden and an up and coming Def Leppard. A real shame as this album has songs to match the best of those bands and then some. Powerful, yet very melodic in places, this is one hell of an album that EVERY metal fan worth his/her salt should have in their collection!!|
|From: Rockhead||Date: March 5, 2006 at 4:40|
|Pretty much ageree with Jez-this was a highly over looked album at the time. Samson were more thinking mans metal in the lyric dept. Whilst I love tracks like Vice Versa and HAmmerhead on this I think the next (shock tactics) was a stronger overall album. A better production certainly and fantastic performance by Bruce Dickinson b4 he left for Maiden.|
|From: sabace||Date: December 8, 2009 at 9:11|
|excellent lp , great melodic metal !|
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