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|1.||Death Tone||05:06||Show lyrics|
|2.||Metal Daze||04:32||Show lyrics|
|3.||Fast Taker||04:06||Show lyrics|
|4.||Shell Shock||04:12||Show lyrics|
|6.||Dark Avenger||06:23||Show lyrics|
|8.||Battle Hymn||09:22||Show lyrics|
|9.||Death Tone (live version)||03:54||Show lyrics|
|10.||Fast Taker (live version)||04:57||Show lyrics|
|Donnie Hamzik||Drums, Percussion|
|Ross the Boss||Guitars on Live Tracks|
|Merideth Webste||Vocals (choirs)|
|Janine Kloiber||Vocals (choirs)|
|Eileen Carnicelli||Vocals (choirs)|
|Michael Bilak||Vocals (choirs)|
|Christopher Lee||Vocals (narration) (6)|
|Lewis Jones||Recording (narration)|
|John "Dawk" Stillwell||Original photos|
|Jan "Örkki" Yrlund||Cover art, Layout|
|Dirk Kloiber||Engineering, Editing|
|Joey DeMaio||Executive producer, Producer|
Battle Hymns MMXI is a re-recording of Manowar's debut album, Battle Hymns.
Tracks 9 and 10 are bonus tracks record close to the time the original version of the album was released.
*"Death Tone (live version)" - recorded at Taylor City Expo Center Arena, Abilene, Texas - July 31st 1982
*"Fast Taker (live version)" - recorded at Reunion Arena, Dallas, Texas - August 1st 1982
Also released as "Special Edition" in 2011 with other live bonus tracks:
9. Call to Arms (05:32) (Live at O2 Academy in Birmingham, England, 03.27.2011)
10. Hand of Doom (05:58) (Live at La Riviera in Madrid, Spain, 04.10.2011)
11. House of Death (04:41) (Live at O2 Academy in Birmingham, England, 03.27.2011)
12. Thunder in the Sky (04:40) (Live at Campo Pequeno in Lisbon, Portugal, 04.02.2011)
Narration recorded at Abbey Road Studios.
All songs recorded at Haus Wahnfreid by Manowar
Mixed and mastered at Galaxy Studios
All music written by Joey DeMaio with Ross the Boss except "Metal Daze" and "Battle Hymn" written by Joey DeMaio.
All lyrics written by Joey DeMaio.
"William's Tale" arranged and performed by Joey DeMaio
The album is dedicated to Ronnie James Dio and Joro Panaiotov
"Metal Daze" is dedicated to Jose Muniz
"Death Tone" is dedicated to Andre Kralle
"Battle Hymn" is dedicated to Tom Brown