Devil Soldier (戦慄の奇蹟 Senritsu no kiseki) is the second studio album by Japanese heavy metal band Loudness. It was released in 1982. The American Daniel McClendon (brother of Tommy McClendon) was called to engineer the sound of this album, because there was no Japanese technician experienced enough in heavy metal records at the time. The album won the award for Best Heavy Metal record of the year in Japan.
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Devil Soldier (1982) by Loudness. Labels: Columbia Records. Genres: Heavy Metal .
Lonely Player, 04:51. After Illusion, 05:58.
Extra Tracks, Import, Remastered. Japanese remastered reissue of the Japanese metal act's 1982 album is packaged in a miniature LP sleeve & includes three bonus tracks, 'Hard Workin', 'Geraldine', & 'Lonely Player' (Live Version).
Devil Soldier, from 1982, represented a quantum leap forward for Loudness. While it proved that the band still needed a little more time to develop their songwriting, it displayed a marked improvement in terms of arrangements, dynamics, and especially production values in the studio. The album does feature the occasional misfire - most notably the flinch-inducing chorus of "Hard Workin'.