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Into Glory Ride [Original recording remastered]

Manowar Audio CD
4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
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In a Declaration of War Against Its Critics and the Conservative-minded Music Industry and as a Vow of Honor to their Fans and their Music, the Members of Manowar Inked their Second Recording Contract in their Own Blood for the Release of "into Glory Ride". "Into Glory Ride", the Band's Second Album, Has Shown Further Development, Particularly in Terms of the Songwriting, which Has Already Become More Epic Compared with their Debut. The Album Contains Some Undoubted Manowar Classics Such as "gates of Valhalla", "secret of Steel"; "revelation (Death's Angel)" Or "march of Revenge (By the Soldiers of Death)". This Epic Album of Monumental Proportion also Heralded the Arrival of Scott Columbus, Later Known as the "drummer of Doom". As a Special Bonus the Digi Pack Silver Edition features a 16-pages Booklet with Previously Unreleased Photomaterial as Well as Interviews with the Band Members plus Lyrics and Liner Notes. In Addition to This, the Album Has Been Digitally Remastered.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Epic Metal of the Highest Degree. Sept. 1 2002
Format:Audio CD
Like alchemists coming up with the right formula to make steel out of muscle, Manowar pushed forward twenty years ago with what probably is their magnum opus "Into Glory Ride". Black Sabbath,Mountain, Maiden and Priest go together with other 70's epic rock influences and are refined and honed into an epic metal masterpiece which stands on its own. This is seriously one of the best metal albums made, period. The cheese factor explored on later albums (still good though) hasn't shown up too much other than on the cover, and what results is also what many term Manowar's "Doom" album. Some of the slow Pounding pace of the sounds just take you to a place out of "Conan the Barbarian" or a Frank Frazetta painting and the melodies surge in your mind as the journey begins. The first song "Warlord" starts with a silly sample but the song is basically their statement about the way they want to live. The real journey begins on "Secret of Steel" and doesn't let up. Basil Pouledoris must have been another influence on these guys with their epic compositions (Bassist Joey Demaio is a huge Richard Wagner fan) and there are hardly any keyboards, just the four kings, and power, metal and might and that's all they need to create a musicical masterpiece up there with epic opera. Buy it immediately!
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5.0 out of 5 stars A "True Metal" Masterpiece Nov. 13 2001
Format:Audio CD
When I first heard this record back in 1985, I was totally blown away.Although produced poorly(It was not released on a major record label)The originality and musicianship of this band was unbelievable.Compared to their first record "Battle Hymns" Which in itself is a Classic, They took their sound to a new level.Songs like "Gates of Valhalla", "Revelations" and my personal favorite "March for Revenge" blew me away, to the point where I just had to tell other people about this.This album compared to their first album dealt more with mythological topics and had a darker/gloomier sound. Each musician is brilliant and each play their own distinctive style. But my favorite part of this band is definitely vocalist Eric Adams. Just listen to him sing in the opening of "Gates of Valhalla" and you'll see what I mean. It amazes me that someone with his talent isn't more well known.There isn't a singer out there in "Popular Music that could shine his shoes. I recommend this record to any Heavy Metal/Hard Rock fan or just anyone who appreciates good music.Fortunately, a remastered version has just been released and of course I had to go and buy a copy to see the difference in sound and it sounds Great! Go and buy this CD!
In fact go and buy all of their stuff!
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4.0 out of 5 stars A Stepup From March 1 2002
Format:Audio CD
This is definitely a true metal classic! You really get
a taste of "Manowars" raw power and their unique abilities.
Songs like "Revelation" and "Gates of Valhalla" really amaze
me! Erics' voice is so powerful and the mood of the music is
so driving. Few bands in this world posses the raw ability to
get their message across like "Manowar" does. I really think
this was a stepup from their first album "Battle Hymns". There
are a few things about this album that don't flow with me to
well. The production is fairly poor, some of the songs seem to
drawn out, and the vocals seem a little to extreme at times.
All in all this is a very unique album and a must have for
any true metal fan! A word to the wise, This Ones' Got To Be
Played Loud to get the full effect! So lock yourself up, crank
the dial and enjoy the ride!!
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1.0 out of 5 stars What happened?? Aug. 29 2001
Format:Audio CD
I'll have to strongly disagree with the other reviewers on this album. While Battlehymns wasn't the greatest metal album ever, it did show a lot of promise for things to come. Unfortunately, this album let me down BIG TIME !! This is one of only two Manowar albums I don't like (Hail to England is the other one.) The songs are chaotic and fail to convey any sort of feeling whatsoever. Listening to this album you get the feeling someone told them they had a week to put their next album together and this is what happened. About the only thing positive about this disaster is that it shows Manowar slowly slipping into their own groove, with songs like Gates of Valhalla and March for Revenge. The lyrics are already at true Manowar ability but the music is a poor excuse for musicianship. If you're looking for true glory, keep riding!
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4.0 out of 5 stars The beginning of my metal journey Oct. 23 2001
Format:Audio CD
This album holds a lot of clout for me personally because it was the first "underground" album I took a chance on due to the cover art alone. At the time of this release i did not know that "battle hymns" was even released! This albums whole feel is awesome. Its almost like your in the cellar listening to them play live. Most would say its poor production value, but I beg to differ because when listened to VERY LOUD (which was their intent), it is beyond great. Songs like "Revelation", "Gloves of Metal" and "Hatred" just totally kick. I always thought that Manowar were best at their rawest and this album is perfect to bring you back to the 80's when this stuff was the real deal. may sound dated to some, but it is Still one of my all time greats. A must have.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Published 2 months ago by Kevin Eirich
5.0 out of 5 stars March for Metal
Manowar's second album is like the first one but a little bit tougher. "Warlord", "Gloves of Metal", "Revelation" offer good metal for all metal... Read more
Published on April 11 2003 by Reijo Piippula
1.0 out of 5 stars What is the riddle of steel?
When I first heard Manowar, I thought they were the greatest spoof on heavy metal since Spinal Tap. Then I realized that this was no joke - THESE GUYS WERE ABSOLUTELY SERIOUS. Read more
Published on April 4 2003 by Michael A. Moir, Jr.
4.0 out of 5 stars Into Glory Ride
Into Glory Ride was propably the album that earned Manowar the reputation as swordswinging barbarians. The cover alone is hilarious. Read more
Published on Aug. 29 2002 by Christian Jorgensen
5.0 out of 5 stars gloves of metal fales metal heads die
this was the first manowar lp i picked up many many years ago.
manowar has always been one of those metal bands you either liked or hated.me being one who loved manowar. Read more
Published on April 27 2002 by thomas f carter jr
2.0 out of 5 stars Man, what a joke!! But it has good songs!
ONe must be out of his mind to spend fifteen bucks in this album, which has, arguably, the worst cover art ever for a heavy metal album!! Unvbeliavable!! Read more
Published on April 19 2002 by Carmarthen
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the greatest Metal albums EVER
This is by far the BEST Manowar album they produced. Everyone of these songs rock! Each one takes you to a magical fantasy idea, that makes you feel as if nothing cannot be done. Read more
Published on May 25 2001 by Kip Perkins
5.0 out of 5 stars Still ye best Manowar album
This album is the greatest among Manowar discography. Gates of Valhalla, Hatred, Revelation, you name 'em! Only drawback I found the quality of the sound. Read more
Published on Oct. 1 1999
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