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Into Glory Ride Original recording remastered


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  • Audio CD (Jan. 1 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Circle Sound
  • ASIN: B00099BRUE
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #201,609 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Warlord
2. Secret Of Steel
3. Gloves Of Metal
4. Gates Of Valhalla
5. Hatred
6. Revelation (Death’s Angel)
7. March For Revenge (By The Soldiers Of Death)

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By Kevin Eirich on July 4 2014
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Fantastic
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By Reijo Piippula on April 11 2003
Format: Audio CD
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 heads. "Secret of Steel" and "Hatred" are very dark songs and very pessimistic. "Revelation" is quite a fast track, very satanic one. In most tracks you can hear very good choirs, Manowar uses them and they make record very much better. "Gates of Valhalla" and "March for Revenge" are definitely the best tracks. They have silent parts and faster parts. Brother and sisters of metal: keep lsitening Manowar!
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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. Apparently Joey DiMaio thinks that what the world needs most is a swords-and-sorcery anthem from a bunch of guys who have probably played far too much Dungeons and Dragons. This is "Conan Metal" at its most ridiculous. Funnier than Gwar - but only because they don't realize they're kidding.
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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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Format: Audio CD
Into Glory Ride was propably the album that earned Manowar the reputation as swordswinging barbarians. The cover alone is hilarious. It was certainly over the top when it was released.
But it is what is inside that matters, and there is nothing wrong there.
Manowar had not reached their prime yet, and the songwriting is still somewhat uneven. The starting track Warlord is a bit weak in my opinion, but from there it all gets better.
The rest of the album is a journey into early powermetal, the way it should be played, made by the pioneers in the field.
It always takes guts to walk in front, and if there is something that Manowar has got it is that.
This albums still ranks high for me as one of the great metal releases of the early 80's.
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Format: Audio CD
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.this is metal the
way it should be played hard and heavy.trcks like gloves of metal
secrets of steel and the awsome hatred this is one of metals all time greatest releases pick this one up and death to false metal
we know there is a lot of that out there
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Format: Audio CD
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!! Four guys dressed in third-rate "warrior" clothes! Man, I almost died from excess of laughter when I first saw it!!!
As for the music, there's a certain freshness on it that make it worthwhile at certain points, but not can disguise the fact tha MANOWAR is a very bad band, with good musicians, but thrilling the wrong path ("Death to posers", "death to false metal", etc, etc, as if they were the best in what they do. Answer: they are not! THey can't even kiss the feet of metal bands like Maiden, Priest, Slayer, old Metallica, Motorhead, etc. They simply are not skilled enough!)
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By "k_astevens" on 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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