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Hail To England

Manowar Audio CD
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
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1. Blood Of My Enemies
2. Each Dawn I Die
3. Kill With Power
4. Hail To England
5. Army Of The Immortals
6. Black Arrows
7. Bridge Of Death

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--This text refers to an alternate Audio CD edition.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Another early classic from Manowar! Aug. 27 2003
Format:Audio CD
I bought my copy of "Hail To England" back in May, kind on an impulse purchase really. As you can tell from my other reviews, I am a fan of Manowar and have many of their CDs. I wasn't particularly looking to buy a Manowar CD when I went into the local music/video/book place, but I saw it on the shelves, I'd heard good things about it, and I AM a Manowar fan, so I bought it. This is an example of one of those purchases that I have not regretted since.
The music on this CD has a raw, primal feel to it. It's kind of like they took the best songs from "Battle Hymns" ("Dark Avenger" and "Battle Hymn," to be exact) and built on the foundations of these songs, distilling the sounds and intensifying the lyrics. The result is awesome! "Blood Of My Enemies" could almost be titled as "Battle Hymn, Part Two," as the song structures of both songs are very similar. "Each Dawn I Die" is an intriguing track; I like the unique drum beat and Eric's vocals are nicely utilized here. "Kill With Power" is a definite Manowar staple. The title track is an early example of just how majestic Manowar can be, simply an awesome song. "Army Of The Immortals" is a tribute to all the dedicated Manowar fans of the world. This is one reason Manowar is so cool, they are definitely loyal to their fans and aren't afraid to show it! "Black Arrows" is another awesome display of Joey DeMaio's killer bass playing. I can understand how "Bridge of Death" could be disturbing to some. But let's face it: if you are a fan of Manowar, you should know that these guys are not for everyone. I for one think the song is great musically, a logical way to cap off the CD. As a whole, "Hail To England" is another classic from Manowar, and as such it should definitely be added to any Manowar fan's collection.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Another letdown, but improving Aug. 29 2001
Format:Audio CD
This, Manowars third album, is better than Into Glory Ride, but Manowar still seems to be struggling to find their place in the metal scene. With songs pertaining to Satanism, they come across like any other band of the time. Still, I actually liked Bridge of Death, minus the silly Satan thing. For me, Manowar will always be about battle, conflict and victory. And this albums first song, Blood of my Enemies shows what Manowar is really capable of (even though it still pales in comparison to songs from Kings of Metal and on). The rest of the album comes across as much of an extension of Into Glory Ride. Rushed, chaotic songs that sound horrible. There is no power, no majesty to these songs, and while it is most likely worth listening to just to hear Eric Adams vocals, if you're not a die hard Manowar fan like me who has to have every single recording, don't bother with this... Get Kings of Metal or Triumph of Steel.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Manowars Weakest Effort!! March 1 2002
Format:Audio CD
I Love Manowar, but this album just doesn't get it
done! The only song on this album that really hits home
is "Blood of my Enemies", although I do like the axe-work
on "Black Arrows". The rest of the songs just don't have
the metal intensity that I'm used to hearing from Manowar.
Their raw talent does shine through in moments on this album,
but I think the album is poorly produced!
To review this album on the basis of their concepts or
image is a mistake, this is why the mainstream music industry
in America is so corrupted and fake!The universal message of
Manowars music is always the same and unless you are a true
musical person, you probably won't get it!!Even though this
is my least favorite by Manowar, I still think this is a page
in Manowars book that should be read!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Raised sails head for the open sea... Nov. 22 2001
Format:Audio CD
When this album came out, I was 14 years old and loved it. At 32, I can only grin and say...I liked it in 1984. If you still live, eat and breath this type of metal, there are a few good points to be found herein. The vocals are operatic and melodramatic, with only a little too much screaming. The music is strong, powerful metal, if a little sparse. The lyrics, well, that's personal taste. I like "marching to battle" type songs, so the title track still sounds good to me. However, lines like "...I rape the priestess on Pagan's night..." are not for me, nor is the overtly Satanical nonsense on "Bridge of Death."
If you're into this type of thing, buy it for "Blood of My Enemies" and "Hail to England." However, be forwarned, this is the stuff from which Spinal Tap was born!
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5.0 out of 5 stars An outstanding masterpiece Aug. 4 2000
Format:Audio CD
I know this CD by heart from the first accords of "Blood of my Enemies" till the laughter at "Bridge of Death". It is so classical, so powerful and brimming with the ancient lust for unseen lands, for truth and honesty, for pride and glory. I have many many CDs in my collection, including a wide range of styles (From Heavy Metal to Classic to Electronic Arts), but this one here is an absolute key to everything, one of the foundations Heavy Metal lies on. I wouldn't even compare it to any other bands of that age, because it's so supreme. But Metallica's "Ride the Lightning" for Heavy Metal or "In the Nightside Eclipse" by Emperor for Black Metal have had a similar impact and importance. I'd score this 10 stars if I could!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Killing With Power July 20 2000
By Shawn H
Format:Audio CD
By far my favorite Manowar album, Hail To England is pure driving tunes all the way. Turn it up, roll down the windows and sing along madly with this masterpeace. Every track on this album smokes like a full house of college kids in a coffee shop. The boys back up their "death to false metal" exclamations with true powerful metal. "Blood Of My Enemies" and "Each Dawn I Die" are incredible jump around like a madman tunes. "Kill With Power" and "Army Of Immortals" roll along brilliantly crushing anything weaker under it's wheels. Bludgeoning riffs, energetic, piercing vocals, "Hail To England" is a true adrenaline rush for metal junkies everywhere. So, what are you waiting for?
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Classic one thing from Manowar in theirs best years.
Published 14 days ago by Dmytro Melyukhov
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Published 3 months ago by Kevin Eirich
Hail, Brothers of Metal!
This is, in my opinion, the most criative and pleasurable Manowar's album. Read more
Published on May 13 2004 by Dante
5.0 out of 5 stars A Classic Heavy Metal Album
Manowar's 1984 release "Hail to England" is indeed a masterpiece,while bubblegum ... pop floods the airwaves,it's nice to know that I can reach for this cd. Read more
Published on April 11 2003 by Preston Raine
5.0 out of 5 stars Black Arrows, Golden Stars
Manowar's third album is a really great one:
Blood of my enemies - there's really goo feeling, tells about war
Each Dawn I Die - very stanic track, sad one
Kill With... Read more
Published on April 11 2003 by Reijo Piippula
5.0 out of 5 stars Manowar's best album
This is a great recording. Every song except one (Each Dawn I die) is fantastic/great. Its extremely rare to find a recording with so many top notch songs. Read more
Published on June 7 2002 by E. Berg
2.0 out of 5 stars DUmb
This band is so silly. OF course they can play, but the overall concept of the guys ruins wahtever quality they might possess.
Published on Aug. 6 2001 by PATHERSON
5.0 out of 5 stars Unbelievable
As I am not old enough to know, I can't say anything about the impact of this record in its time. But I can point out that it still rules. Everything about this is mindblowing. Read more
Published on Jan. 27 2001 by Sean Friess
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