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Artist: Warrior

Title: Code Of Life

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2001

Label: Nuclear Blast Records

Catalog Number: 6601

Personnel

Rob Rock vocals
Joe Floyd guitars
Mick Perez guitars, keyboards
Simon Oliver bass
Dave Ducey drums

Tracks

1.  Day Of Reckoning  
2.  Kill The Machine  
3.  Standing  
4.  We Are One  
5.  Open Your Eyes  
6.  Pantheon  
7.  Code Of Life  
8.  Soul Surviver  
9.  The Endless Beginning  
10.  The Fools' Theme  
11.  Insignifcance  
12.  Retribution  

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From: Rene Date: August 18, 2003 at 14:54
I didnt like this album with ROB ROCK. I think FIGHTING FOR THE EARTH is far better then this one. I love ROB ROCK but not on this album also not on the JOSHUA album but with MARS, IMPELITTERI, ANGELICA, AXEL RUDI PELL, or on his solo albums he is a killer.

From: Brian McCleary Date: August 26, 2003 at 18:17
I'm a big fan of these guys. Fighting For The Earth was brilliant and I like ancient future as well. This album is incredible though. Don't pass it up!

From: Impaler Date: February 22, 2004 at 14:04
I like this album, nice heavy progressive power metal (imagine Rob Rock sings Iron Maiden). If you liked "Fighting For The Earth" you should like this. It is less melodic than other Rob Rock stuff but if you liked Axel Rudi Pell/Impellitteri you will probably like this. 'We Are One' is as powerful as the song 'Fighting For The Earth'.

From: FoJ Date: October 8, 2005 at 8:46
This is a GREAT album! One of Rob's finest vocal performances. However, the heaviness of the guitars is what really draws me. Songs like Day of Reckoning and especially Retribution have very heavy riffs that are thick and chunky and draw you to bang your head!

From: shoemaker Date: August 9, 2007 at 3:09
"The endless beginning" is a solid song. I hate the rest. Why every band from the good old 80ies wants to sound modern? In my opinion PANTERAS influence of so called modern guitarsound is imense, and this "darker" sound sucks!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: February 8, 2011 at 12:48
For me this album has its really interesting rocking moments ..."Kill The Machine" far my fave in here...other extra goodies are "Day Of Reckoning","Standing","Code Of Life","Soul Survivor" & "Retribution"....not as good as their classic Fighting For The Earth album but still quite enjoyable...90/100


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