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Don't Cry Wolf

London

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
August 2nd, 1986
Catalog ID:
MHLP-102
Label:
Metalhead Records
Format:
12" vinyl (33⅓ RPM)
Reviews:
2 reviews (avg. 81%)
Side A
1. Drop the Bomb 03:06   Show lyrics
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2. Set Me Free 03:19   Show lyrics
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3. Hit and Run Lover 03:18   Show lyrics
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4. Under the Gun 03:42   Show lyrics
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5. Oh! Darling (The Beatles cover) 03:54   Show lyrics
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Side B
6. Fast as Light 03:05   Show lyrics
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7. Put Out the Fire 02:34   Show lyrics
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8. Killing Time 04:29   Show lyrics
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9. We Want Everything 03:31   Show lyrics
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10. For Whom the Bell Tolls 05:04   Show lyrics
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Band members
Nadir D'Priest Vocals
Lizzie Grey (R.I.P. 2019) Guitars
Brian West Bass
Guest/Session
Wailin' J Morgan Drums
David Carr Keyboards
Miscellaneous staff
Kim Fowley (R.I.P. 2015) Producer
Russell LeVasseur Executive producer
Gene Marcos Engineering
Nadir D'Priest Vocals
Lizzie Grey (R.I.P. 2019) Guitars
Brian West Bass
Wailin' J Morgan Drums
David Carr Keyboards
Kim Fowley (R.I.P. 2015) Producer
Russell LeVasseur Executive producer
Gene Marcos Engineering
Read Mötley Crüe's and W.A.S.P's... 85% Thorgrim666 August 3rd, 2012
Read Essential, Ballsy Glam Metal 76% DeathRiderDoom December 14th, 2009

"For Whom The Bell Tolls" is a reworked song originally co-written by Blackie Lawless of W.A.S.P.. The song would be featured on W.A.S.P.'s The Headless Children re-release (originally on the Mean Man single) before being reworked again for The Crimson Idol.

Recording information:

Produced by Kim Fowley for Supreme Continental Productions.
Executive producer: Russel LeVasseur.

Recorded at Monteray Studios, CA.
Engineered by Gene Marcos.

Added by: TheGrimWombat Modified by: KingSpooky
Added on: 2009-06-14 19:23:16 Last modified on: 2020-06-08 08:59:59