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Artist: Bullet

Title: No Mercy

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Bullet No Mercy Album Cover

 

Category: Melodic Metal

Year: 1983

Label: High Vaultage (Germany)

Catalog Number: HV-1018

Personnel

Klaus Thiel vocals, guitar
Jurgen Graf guitar
Fitty Wienhold bass, backing vocals
Mike Lichtenberg drums

Tracks

1.  Look Out  3:25
2.  Drunken Nights  3:50
3.  I Sold My Soul to Rock 'n Roll  2:47
4.  No Mercy  2:31
5.  One Way Ticket  4:36
6.  Down By the Neonlights  3:11
7.  Take You Out Tonight  5:21
8.  All I Need Is You  3:38
9.  Midnight Stalker  4:22
10.  Baby We Can Talk  6:15
11.  City bonus demo version  4:35
12.  Wild Thing bonus demo version  2:14
  
Total Running Time:  46:45

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Gar Date: August 14, 2002 at 3:17
I love this album! Great German metal band. The singer sounds like Udo from Accept, but Bullet has a lot more melody. 'All I Need is You' is the perfect song to blast in your car. It rocks!

From: MUY PARECIDO A. Date: September 7, 2002 at 0:20
MUY PARECIDO A SCORPIONS PERO ESTA BUEEENO LE PONEMOS UN 81/100 SALUDOS DESDE TIERRAS MEXICANAS

From: Rene Date: April 23, 2003 at 20:38
I never realy liked this album so much. To me they sound like a bad version of KROKUS or HEAVEN from Australia.

From: Rick Date: April 27, 2003 at 8:53
No Mercy is better than a whole bunch of Krokus and Heaven albums put together! It's definitely worth buying.

From: Steve Date: December 15, 2003 at 20:55
I love this cd and can not find it anywhere. ihad the cassette but no longer have it. I would ratethis as a 10/10 and if anyone can help me get this cheap... email me at bij611@cox.net

From: Frank Date: January 25, 2004 at 16:57
What happened to the guys. Do they still make music in other bands?????????????? They were the greatest!!! Listen to Coldhearted woman, Breakfast in heaven, All I need is you, Gimme some power,.... I definitely rate them 10/10!!!!!

From: Manne Date: March 26, 2004 at 17:17
Komme aus Gelsenkirchen! Und direkt um die Ecke kommt der Sänger Klaus Thiel her!UND ICH KENNE IHN SEHR GUT!Klasse Musiker.Seine Alben sowie so!

From: gener8tr Date: April 1, 2004 at 15:39
In case any of you true collectors are intersted, the original CD pressing of this disc is as follows: Bullet - No Mercy 1995 Tempel / Antisocial Le Label #14840 (France)

From: john pablo Date: May 7, 2004 at 14:14
no mercy is a fistfull of superb melodicrockers as'down by the neonlights,one way ticket,midnight stalker,sold my soul,and so on. the boys and d.dierks did a great job.but at that time bullets sound was to polished for europe and to rough and loud for the states.no good timing.but this music is timeless.devinitely worth bying.

From: Gumbo Date: June 4, 2004 at 22:17
What a great CD. Even though their first CD was rougher this Album is brilliant. Bullet should be as big as lame ass Metallica was all these years. But sometimes the market shows No Mercy to truly talented and gifted musicians like these guys. I wonder what the leadsinger is doing right now. My favorites Down by the neonlights and Sold my Soul.

From: klaus thiel Date: June 13, 2004 at 11:45
hey,m.gumbo,just to answer your question about what i;m doingt these days,six jears ago i had a motorbike crash and my left knee was grinded to pulp.traumatically i lost my voice for a couple of years.today i try to survive by playing in several coverbands. i still like what me and the boys recorded in the early 80ties. listen close to"take you out tonight".its about my addiction to a beautyfull but extremely cruel girl,named christiane. if you listen close to it ,you can hear all the madness,in

From: pluto Date: July 31, 2004 at 14:55
Yeah this album rocks. I listen to it right now as I writing. Its one of the greatest from german bands in the early 80`s. Klaus Thiel you are right : I really sold my soul to rock n roll. Regards and cheers for a great album.

From: gener8tr Date: September 5, 2004 at 0:16
For you collectors, the original pressing of this disc was released on CD format in 1995 by Tempel / Antisocial Le Label in France. This version contained slightly different (more true to the LP) artwork and predated the High Vaultage release by two years. The catalog # is 14840. Good luck finding it.

From: Blue Tequila Date: August 6, 2005 at 8:57
Great album! Like Gar mentioned above the singer reminds me of Udo while the band sounds like a mix of Scorpions and early Waysted. Raw, powerful hard rock with my favs being Look Out, No Mercy and All I Need Is You.

From: rene Date: September 12, 2005 at 14:28
Back in 2003 i put a bad message about this album on heavy harmonies but just today i bought a dvd with video clips on it. One of the video clips is I SOLD MY SOUL TO ROCK´N´ROLL from BULLET. After watching it, i got my BULLET lp and i start listening to it again and to be honest, its a good album. I dont understand why in 2003 i didnt like it. FUCK ME lol.

From: Geoff Date: March 9, 2006 at 0:07
I agree with the 2003 version of Rene. It does sound a lot like the Aussie band, Heaven. Back when I got into hard rock this was one of the first bands I ever wanted, but I only heard this this year... and will never hear it again. To me this is as straight forward as it gets. Don't get me wrong, it's solid for what it is - basic hard rock bathing in simplicity, but it doesn't appeal to me at all. Average, skippable hard rock, IMO.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: September 17, 2016 at 10:41
A bit less Krokus-ish and with more of a personal feeling .Best cuts for me were 1,2,5,6,7 & 9...both albums posted of this act here at HH are in general lines enjoyable because the songs have that catchy feel but IMHO this one is a bit better than their "Execution" effort.83/100

From: Mindcrime Date: March 1, 2020 at 8:24
Know absolutely nothing about the band, but I know the label.Good enough for me! Germanic hard rock/metal. Think of a mix between The Scorps, Accept and that Swiss lot, Krokus. 3/4's of the band went on to play with Udo. There is some really good riffs going on here. It sounds of its time, and sounds good.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: March 3, 2020 at 3:45
Isn't it funny - this Bullet kinda sounds like an early-'80's version of the new-millennium Swedish band Bullet that you all should be into.


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