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Battle Hymns

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Manowar were guilty of committing more heavy metal clichés in the first half of their 1982 debut, Battle Hymns, than most bands commit in their whole careers, but that's part and parcel of their often frustrating, sometimes endearing "death to false metal" credo. And yet, macho-man lyrics aside, the quality musicianship of guitarist Ross the Boss and bassist Joey DeMaio is undeniable, as are the powerful pipes of singer Eric Adams. Appropriately introduced by the roar of motorcycle engines, opener "Death Tone" sets the, errr, death tone, for ensuing highlights like "Heavy Metal Daze," "Manowar," and "Fast Taker" (reminiscent of Rainbow's "Long Live Rock & Roll") -- which are still surprisingly rock-based in structure and hampered by a rather thin production that would quickly be remedied on subsequent LPs. The band proceeds to use a suitably dramatic Orson Welles narration (for the first, but not last time) during the quasi-epic "Dark Avenger," and DeMaio shows off his deft fingering on a bass solo version of "The William Tell Overture," retitled "William's Tale." A very promising start, Battle Hymns remains one of Manowar's more consistent albums.

© Eduardo Rivadavia /TiVo

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1
Death Tone
00:04:51

Manowar, MainArtist - Friedman Demaio, Composer

(C) 2007 EMI Catalog ℗ 1982 Capitol Records, LLC

2
Metal Daze
00:04:20

Jon Mathias, Mixer, StudioPersonnel - JOHN AGNELLO, Asst. Recording Engineer, StudioPersonnel - Joey DeMaio, Composer, Producer - Manowar, MainArtist - Bob Currie, Producer, Executive Producer - Jim Sessody, Asst. Recording Engineer, StudioPersonnel - Joe Foglia, Engineer, StudioPersonnel - Joe Breschio, Mastering Engineer, StudioPersonnel - Ross The Boss, Producer

(C) 2007 EMI Catalog ℗ 1982 Capitol Records, LLC

3
Fast Taker
00:03:56

Manowar, MainArtist - Friedman Demaio, Composer

(C) 2007 EMI Catalog ℗ 1982 Capitol Records, LLC

4
Shell Shock
00:04:06

Manowar, MainArtist - Friedman Demaio, Composer

(C) 2007 EMI Catalog ℗ 1982 Capitol Records, LLC

5
Manowar
00:03:38

R. Friedman, Composer - Joey DeMaio, Composer - Manowar, MainArtist

(C) 2007 EMI Catalog ℗ 1982 Capitol Records, LLC

6
Dark Avenger
00:06:23

R. Friedman, Composer - Joey DeMaio, Composer - Manowar, MainArtist

(C) 2007 EMI Catalog ℗ 1982 Capitol Records, LLC

7
William's Tale
00:01:54

Gioachino Rossini, Composer - Arranged By, Composer - Joey DeMaio, Composer - Manowar, MainArtist

(C) 2007 EMI Catalog ℗ 1982 Capitol Records, LLC

8
Battle Hymn
00:06:55

R. Friedman, Composer - Joey DeMaio, Composer - Manowar, MainArtist

(C) 2007 EMI Catalog ℗ 1982 Capitol Records, LLC

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Manowar were guilty of committing more heavy metal clichés in the first half of their 1982 debut, Battle Hymns, than most bands commit in their whole careers, but that's part and parcel of their often frustrating, sometimes endearing "death to false metal" credo. And yet, macho-man lyrics aside, the quality musicianship of guitarist Ross the Boss and bassist Joey DeMaio is undeniable, as are the powerful pipes of singer Eric Adams. Appropriately introduced by the roar of motorcycle engines, opener "Death Tone" sets the, errr, death tone, for ensuing highlights like "Heavy Metal Daze," "Manowar," and "Fast Taker" (reminiscent of Rainbow's "Long Live Rock & Roll") -- which are still surprisingly rock-based in structure and hampered by a rather thin production that would quickly be remedied on subsequent LPs. The band proceeds to use a suitably dramatic Orson Welles narration (for the first, but not last time) during the quasi-epic "Dark Avenger," and DeMaio shows off his deft fingering on a bass solo version of "The William Tell Overture," retitled "William's Tale." A very promising start, Battle Hymns remains one of Manowar's more consistent albums.

© Eduardo Rivadavia /TiVo

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