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Port Royal

Running Wild

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
September 26th, 1988
Catalog ID:
N 0122-1
Label:
Noise Records
Format:
12" vinyl (33⅓ RPM)
Reviews:
6 reviews (avg. 91%)
Side A
1. Intro 00:50   Show lyrics
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2. Port Royal 04:12   Show lyrics
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3. Raging Fire 03:28   Show lyrics
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4. Into the Arena 03:59   Show lyrics
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5. Uaschitschun 04:53   Show lyrics
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6. Final Gates 03:00   instrumental
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Side B
7. Conquistadores 04:50   Show lyrics
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8. Blown to Kingdom Come 03:19   Show lyrics
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9. Warchild 03:01   Show lyrics
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10. Mutiny 04:28   Show lyrics
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11. Calico Jack 08:15   Show lyrics
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Band members
Rock 'n' Rolf Vocals, Guitars
Majk Moti Guitars
Jens Becker Bass
Stefan Schwarzmann Drums
Miscellaneous staff
Karl-U. Walterbach Executive producer
Tom Steeler Engineering, Mixing
Sebastian Krüger Artwork
Becker Derouet Artwork
Rock 'n' Rolf Vocals, Guitars
Majk Moti Guitars
Jens Becker Bass
Stefan Schwarzmann Drums
Karl-U. Walterbach Executive producer
Tom Steeler Engineering, Mixing
Sebastian Krüger Artwork
Becker Derouet Artwork
Read Abbott & Costello Meet... 85% Metal_Thrasher90 March 2nd, 2014
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Read A treasure that will never age 95% Xeogred May 17th, 2008
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Tracks 1, 2, 5, and 7 by Rolf Kasparek
Tracks 3 and 11 by Rolf Kasparek, Majk Moti & Stefan Schwarzmann
Tracks 4 and 8 by Majk Moti
Track 6 by Jens Becker
Tracks 9 and 10 by Rolf Kasparek & Stefan Schwarzmann

The Japanese CD release includes the "Under Jolly Roger" album.

"Calico Jack" was an English pirate of the 18th century. He designed the skull-and-bones pirate flag that was later named the Jolly Roger (which gave the title to another Running Wild album).

"Uaschitschun" is a word Native Americans (Indians) used for white men. The spoken word at the end of the track is a prophecy by the Cree (Indian) tribe.

"Warchild" is not the same song that appeared in the band's early demos.

Recording information:

Recorded at Sky Trak Studios.

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