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Manowar|Warriors of the World: 10th Anniversary (Remastered Edition)

Warriors of the World: 10th Anniversary (Remastered Edition)

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Like most latter-day Manowar outings, Warriors of the World is a mixed affair rife with all of the clichés that make Manowar either Gods or an amusing joke, depending on what side of the inner circle you reside on. No matter how big a fan of the band someone might be, it's hard to take the operatic "Nessun Dorma" and succeeding power ballad "Valhalla" seriously, as they sound like something Spinal Tap would have thought up when not worrying about amps that went to 11. In fact, too much of this disc relies on similar cheeseball balladry that, try as it might to be gallant and heroic, really comes off as self-parody. Fortunately, the disc has enough tracks that do reach higher decibels, including the last four and disc-opener "Call to Arms," that are more indicative of what made Manowar great, namely heavy riffs and heavier attitude that, even when embracing an ethos that many would be embarrassed about, still comes off sincere. Manowar mean it when they sing about the "House of Death" and how they will "Fight Until We Die," and that's why you should love them, warts and all.
© Brian O'Neill /TiVo

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1
Call to Arms
00:05:30

Manowar, Composer, MainArtist

2013 Magic Circle Entertainment 2013 Magic Circle Entertainment

2
The Fight for Freedom
00:04:30

Manowar, Composer, MainArtist

2013 Magic Circle Entertainment 2013 Magic Circle Entertainment

3
Nessun Dorma
00:03:26

Manowar, MainArtist - Giacomo Puccini, Renato Simoni, Guiseppe Adami, Composer

2013 Magic Circle Entertainment 2013 Magic Circle Entertainment

4
Valhalla
00:00:35

Manowar, Composer, MainArtist

2013 Magic Circle Entertainment 2013 Magic Circle Entertainment

5
Swords in the Wind
00:05:19

Manowar, Composer, MainArtist

2013 Magic Circle Entertainment 2013 Magic Circle Entertainment

6
An American Trilogy
00:04:16

Manowar, MainArtist - Milton “mickey” Newbury, Composer

2013 Magic Circle Entertainment 2013 Magic Circle Entertainment

7
The March
00:04:00

Manowar, Composer, MainArtist

2013 Magic Circle Entertainment 2013 Magic Circle Entertainment

8
Warriors of the World United
00:05:51

Manowar, Composer, MainArtist

2013 Magic Circle Entertainment 2013 Magic Circle Entertainment

9
Hand of Doom
00:05:49

Manowar, Composer, MainArtist

2013 Magic Circle Entertainment 2013 Magic Circle Entertainment

10
House of Death
00:04:22

Manowar, Composer, MainArtist

2013 Magic Circle Entertainment 2013 Magic Circle Entertainment

11
Fight Until We Die
00:04:01

Manowar, Composer, MainArtist

2013 Magic Circle Entertainment 2013 Magic Circle Entertainment

12
House of Death (Live At O2 Academy in Birmingham, England, 03/27/2011)
00:04:40

Manowar, Composer, MainArtist

2013 Magic Circle Entertainment 2013 Magic Circle Entertainment

Resenha do Álbum

Like most latter-day Manowar outings, Warriors of the World is a mixed affair rife with all of the clichés that make Manowar either Gods or an amusing joke, depending on what side of the inner circle you reside on. No matter how big a fan of the band someone might be, it's hard to take the operatic "Nessun Dorma" and succeeding power ballad "Valhalla" seriously, as they sound like something Spinal Tap would have thought up when not worrying about amps that went to 11. In fact, too much of this disc relies on similar cheeseball balladry that, try as it might to be gallant and heroic, really comes off as self-parody. Fortunately, the disc has enough tracks that do reach higher decibels, including the last four and disc-opener "Call to Arms," that are more indicative of what made Manowar great, namely heavy riffs and heavier attitude that, even when embracing an ethos that many would be embarrassed about, still comes off sincere. Manowar mean it when they sing about the "House of Death" and how they will "Fight Until We Die," and that's why you should love them, warts and all.
© Brian O'Neill /TiVo

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