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Label: Heavy Metal Records
Catalog Number: HMRXD138
|2.||Under The Hammer|
|3.||Rock The Nation|
|5.||Hearts And Thunder|
|11.||When Will It End?|
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|From: Rene.||Date: April 25, 2003 at 13:25|
|I have the demo that came out before this album with 3 songs on it. This Lp is a true HEAVY METAL CLASIC. Its just increible. A shame the bands didnt realy got so popular because this album is just increible. BUY OR DIE.|
|From: TheRipper||Date: April 25, 2003 at 17:24|
|Yeah, this one is good in my opinion... Fans of Leatherwolf will be pleased. I am actually surprised Marshall Law is on here, but nevertheless I'm glad they are... Check it out.|
|From: robert||Date: December 6, 2004 at 6:12|
|what can i tell you this album kills everything on sight,fans of leatherwolf can enjoy it.kind of reminds me of more like racer x without the paul gilbert thing.i love them to death,and these guys have it all.in your face metal songs,the kick ass attitude and lyrics,and last but not the very least,the fist in the air traditional phase.remember marshall law is the real deal,and don't you forget it.|
|From: Metal T||Date: October 16, 2006 at 16:05|
|A very nice slab of british metal--The song "Marshall Law" f'n cranks (especially like the live version of it on their "Law In The Raw" album).Probably not the calibre of say...Saxon,Priest and Maiden,but in my book still a d*mn good metal band. --------|
|From: BIG-TIME||Date: November 4, 2006 at 19:57|
|Why is there a metal band on here??????|
|From: Rafo Phoenix||Date: July 6, 2007 at 11:55|
|Great Heavy Metal album, uno de los mejores albums de Heavy Metal es este album que tambien tiene su lado Melodico y de Hard Rock lleno de energia de comienzo a fin Under The Hammer, Marshall Law, Hearts And Thunder, Screaming, Feel It, When Will It End? y no sigo, como amante del Heavy Metal del mas alto nivel este album tiene el estilo perfecto Imprescindible para un Metalero 9.5/10|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: May 10, 2010 at 19:53|
|Rafo is right again!..good album that can easily please a metalhead and a hardrocker and also with a good dosage of melody too..maybe to say that is one of the best albums is quite too much of an accomplishment..somehow exagerated jejeje..but yes it has its good songs 4 sure!...after the intro we have "Under The Hammer" which is a good soild opener,"Rock The Nation" & "Hearts And Thunder" are also good numbers,"Screaming" has some good choruses,"We're Hot" has catchy choruses to sing along,"Feel It" is the AOR track of the album.."system X" & "When Will It End" are the top notch tracks of the album..Recommended eyes closed for sure..Excalibur,Statetropper,Torino and Midnight Blue could be the closest comparissons..92/100|
|From: vandervelde||Date: August 9, 2011 at 11:57|
|Feel It is just phenomenal, along the lines of best tracks of Fifth Angel. The rest of songs are solid heavy metal, similar to Leatherwolf or first Fifth Angel, some nice choruses and exceptional guitar playing.|
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