Thrash Metal Virus (UK). 队列表 Thrash Metal Virus (UK) Pray for War. 歌词. 添加评阅. Band Name Virus (UK). Album Name Pray for War. Type Album. 版公司 MetalWorks Records. 1. Pray for War. 03:25.
Pray For War (CD, Album, Unofficial). I wish a Metal Record Label would Re-Issue this Album. Possibly Re-Mastered. Reply Notify me Helpful.
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All told, "Pray for War" isn't a bad album, but it's more for those whom like this sort of our-pants style of thrash, and it sits appropriately alongside debuts by the aforementioned Venom or Voivod than anything being released concurrently in 1987. It's just one more example of why the . scene was better at other kinds of metal than at thrash metal, which was almost entirely monopolized by Germany and the . by the end of the 80's.
The album plugs away pretty quickly, and the fluid - if random - solos pepper the otherwise straightforward songwriting present here. Production on the disc is appropriately abysmal, and it sounds like the band ran drunkenly through a set list live in the studio all in one take instead of applying any sort of production methods - other than mixing - to the recording process
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War is the third album by funk group War, or their first following the departure of singer Eric Burdon and the group's name change from the original: Eric Burdon and War. It was released in April 1971 on United Artists Records, their first for the label. The album did not gain much attention upon release, but sales and critical acclaim picked up after their subsequent hit albums throughout the 1970s, the next appearing later in 1971.