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Fighting the World

Manowar

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
May 14th, 1987
Catalog ID:
90563-2
Label:
Atco Records
Format:
CD
Reviews:
12 reviews (avg. 71%)
1. Fighting the World 03:53   Show lyrics
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2. Blow Your Speakers 03:43   Show lyrics
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3. Carry On 04:19   Show lyrics
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4. Violence and Bloodshed 04:01   Show lyrics
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5. Defender 06:05   Show lyrics
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6. Drums of Doom 01:16   instrumental
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7. Holy War 04:44   Show lyrics
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8. Master of Revenge 01:34   Show lyrics
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9. Black Wind, Fire and Steel 05:17   Show lyrics
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Band members
Eric Adams Vocals
Scott Columbus (R.I.P. 2011) Drums, Percussion
Joey DeMaio Bass (4 string, 8 string), Songwriting
Ross the Boss Guitars, Keyboards, Songwriting
Guest/Session
Orson Welles (R.I.P. 1985) Narration (track 5)
Miscellaneous staff
Jason Flom Executive producer
Howie Weinberg Mastering
Vince Gutman Mixing, Recording
Rich Breen Engineering, Mixing
Ken Kelly Artwork
General Van Cilibreen Conductor
Eric Adams Vocals
Scott Columbus (R.I.P. 2011) Drums, Percussion
Joey DeMaio Bass (4 string, 8 string), Songwriting
Ross the Boss Guitars, Keyboards, Songwriting
Orson Welles (R.I.P. 1985) Narration (track 5)
Jason Flom Executive producer
Howie Weinberg Mastering
Vince Gutman Mixing, Recording
Rich Breen Engineering, Mixing
Ken Kelly Artwork
General Van Cilibreen Conductor
Read If this is selling-out; I... 95% VonSeux July 7th, 2012
Read MTV Why Would You Reject... 55% Flamos October 16th, 2009
Read Wow! I Didn't Expect This! 60% elfo19 August 2nd, 2008
Read Fighting the FM Radio. 85% hells_unicorn February 26th, 2008
Read Fists Like Hammers Fill the... 40% Frankingsteins September 28th, 2007
Read Catchy and funny, but too... 70% _orc_ April 29th, 2007
Read Just Really, Really Bland 67% DawnoftheShred November 18th, 2006
Read Manowar's weakest release 78% Doom__Bubba August 22nd, 2004
Read Black Wind, Fire And Steel 95% Vim_Fuego August 6th, 2004
Read Quite rock n' rollish, not... 72% Nightcrawler June 25th, 2003
Read Most "commercial" Manowar... 79% Sinner February 8th, 2003
Read Can you not release an... 59% UltraBoris August 24th, 2002

All tracks by DeMaio & Friedman.

Orson Welles did not participate on this album, his narration on the song "Defender" was re-used from the original 1983 version.

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