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NEW Manowar - Best Of-the Hell Of Steel (CD)

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0x9dc20b94) out of 5 stars 5 reviews
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ddad660) out of 5 stars It's missing a few excellent tracks June 3 2003
By Dennis McMillan - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I have to agree with the previous review. It doesn't include alot of there other good tunes. 2 of my favorite Manowar tracks are Defender and Carry on. I'm suprised that Carry on as well as Wheels of Fire aren't on here. I recommend doing what I have done. I have all of there albums plus some rare singles that I found at some used record stores and pawn shops. The only song I don't have on here is the German version of Heart of Steel. I just don't understand why they aren't more popular in the United States. The closest they ever came to me was in one of the Chicago suburbs, and they didn't get alot advertising out. I didn't find out until 3 months afterwards. Also I've noticed that until Louder Than Hell, there studio albums weren't recorded very loud. I have to turn the volume up a little more, especially on Fighting The World and Kings of Metal.
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HASH(0x9ddad6b4) out of 5 stars Great Manowar songs but... Aug. 5 2013
By Francisco Cortes - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This "best" Manowar cd is great if you like just a few catchy songs, but if your are looking for many of their greatest hits then search somewhere else.

Not only this collection missed many great Manowar songs, it also has many slow hits! I must admit that I like a few slow songs like Kingdom Come but this list has to many of them. If they wanted to make a REAL Manowar "greatest hits" they shoulded made a two cd collection and put other great tracks like: Manowar, Black Arrows, Battle Hymn, Wheels of Fire, Army of Immortals, Carry On, Blood of the Kings, Sign of the Hammer, Thor the Powerhead, Holy War, Kill with Power, and Blood of my Enemies. Now those tracks along with the tracks on this cd would make this a PERFECT COLLECTION!

Im very disappointed with this compilation but at least it has some great songs. I hope that we can get a better compilation in the future.

Adios :(
HASH(0x9ddad990) out of 5 stars An 'ok' release, cool artwork. Only represents THREE Manowar albums, and may have been put together for a few extra bucks. Nov. 19 2015
By Johnny Angel - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Not sure if this was officially endorsed by the band or not. While cool, it seems to have been thrown together to make a few bucks off of the band name (released as an import, so you would see it in certain record stores during that time for around 18.99 and up) and for its release date of 1994, hardly encompasses a comprehensive retrospective of Manowar's music that had been released up until that point. Here is a brief breakdown:

- Only focuses on three Manowar albums - Fighting the World (1987), Kings of Metal (1988), and Triumph of Steel (1992). This may have something to do with the record label this is on, where the three aforementioned releases are also on this label.

- Does not include anything from Battle Hymns (1982), Sign of the Hammer (1983), or Hail to England (1984) - why, I am not sure. Probably at least a great song from each should have been included. Again, this may have to do with the record label not having the rights to put any songs from the first three Manowar albums on this.

- Artwork is indeed cool.

- One of the tracks is "The Warrior's Prayer". Sounds cool, but this is not a song but rather a "spoken piece" or small story. It really is an intro to the song 'Blood of the Kings' off of the Kings of Metal release. Not sure if this qualifies as a song let alone a "best of" type of track. This space could have been used for any number of other songs off the three releases - OR - with the song Blood of the Kings attached afterwards.

- The Demon's Whip (a good song, but usually a forgotten one) should not have made this release from the Triumph of Steel album. Rather, "Spirit Horse of the Cherokee" should have by about 10 miles. Easily the best song from ToS and probably of Manowar's career (this song in fact is consistently voted as being one of Manowar's all-time best), Spirit Horse of the Cherokee is a classic, poignant song (with incredible, real-life lyrics) about the plight of the American Indian. The entire song is just incredible from start to finish, and should have made this release. Why "The Demon's Whip" was chosen I am not sure. That song is good, but NOT a classic like Spirit Horse of the Cherokee is.

- Includes a German version of Heart of Steel, which can't be found anywhere else. Perhaps that was the main novelty of this release. However, I would venture to guess this wasn't some huge perk as most fans prefer the regular version as it was - meaning you aren't going to put this album on just to hear the German version of Heart of Steel, per se.

- Nitpicking here, but there are 8 free minutes of space which could have gone to again including at least one, possibly TWO other songs on this release. The entire album clocks in at around 72 minutes, whereas a disc holds 80 minutes. A track that comes to mind would have been the excellent "Carry On", which qualifies as one of Manowar's greatest songs with a slight commercial sound appeal. With that song just being over 4 minutes long, it would have fit perfectly.

- Overall, this is cool, but unnecessary. If you have Fighting the World, Kings of Metal, and Triumph of Steel - you already have everything presented on this album here (the German version of Heart of Steel isn't that essential, in my opinion), and could make your own cd of the same exact track listing. Hardly complete for that time period, as I mentioned above it seems to have been thrown together for the sake of making a few extra bucks or to get the band out of the record label, and I am not certain the band had any input in this either way.
HASH(0x9ddadeac) out of 5 stars Stripes on a tiger don`t wash away. April 2 2015
By Darryl - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
A good Manowar CD for the car stereo. Great tracks from 3 of their best albums.
HASH(0x9ddad774) out of 5 stars Five Stars Oct. 7 2015
By John Robert Tamez - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Awesome!!!! Would buy from again 100%

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