This is Manowar's best album, the best introduction for a neophyte, and just a sick album. Plus it's Ross the Boss' last.
The few recent reviewers I read are full of sh*t and don't understand metal, just their ass and its peculiar needs.
"Music fan from Spring, TX"? You don't even have the nuts to give your name, though you love saying, "naturally growing psychoactive drugs." Besides being lame, how old are you? Grow up and do some drugs, quit tucking it between your legs, and take your pseudo-intellectual lingo elsewhere. You said nothing.
"Prehistoric Predator" has a problem with the "arrogant and cheesy lyrics." Prehistoric Predator? What are you saying? Cheesy? You suck, just like your crappy name, and have no idea what you're talking about. Again, I'd say that P.P. is another know-nothing teen who, due to a paltry knowledge of heavy metal, needs some guidance. I mean, look at the cover-you know what you're getting, you dummy.
"Deathraider2000" (sounds like an evil dildo) also has a problem with this classic cd. Says "silly tracks like Warriors Prayer" ruin things. You, like the others, are not a Manowar or a metal fan, sound extremely young, and fail to grasp what the music of the band is all about. Go think about it for a while, you twerp, and show that you have an inkling of what heavy metal is all about.
This album is Manowar's best, and instills in one a feeling that any of lifes's difficulties may be conquered. Besides being great music with heartfelt lyrics, this album has inspired people all over the world and continues to do so.