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Sacred Warrior

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Category: Metal
Year: 1993
Label: Intense
Catalog Number: FLD9433
Rating: 8.15 out of 10. (13 ratings)
 

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Personnel
Bruce Swift
Joe Petit
Steve Watkins
Tony Velazquez
Tracks
1.  Temples on Fire  
2.  Rebellion  
3.  Master's Command  
4.  Wicked Generation  
5.  Obsessions  
6.  He Died  
7.  Beyond the Mountain  
8.  Minister by Night  
9.  Sword of Victory  
10.  Evil Lurks  
11.  Sweet Memories  
12.  Bound in Chains  
13.  Warriors   

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From: Cephas   (IP unknown) Date: February 10, 2002 at 0:18
This is a great introduction to Sacred Warrior, one of the best heavy/prog bands ever from the late '80's. These guys are musicians through and through. The CD has a good selection overall of SW's greatest and most memorable. Others could have been included, though. After hearing it, I looked for more and haven't been disappointed.
From: Magnus   (IP unknown) Date: May 16, 2002 at 10:23
Surely,they`re one of best and greatest white metal bands of this fallen world.Great riffs,great power drums and a great and brilliant vocals.I enjoy them so much.And,please dear S.W.,come to Brazil.We love u! Thanks!
From: Fat Freddy   (IP unknown) Date: March 22, 2003 at 18:57
I've seen so many good things written about this band so I decided to try'em out by buying this Best-Of CD. Very glad I did! Excellent Queensryche/Maiden 80s style metal, right up my alley. Rey Parra sounds at times like Geoff Tate, others like Bruce Dickinson, and even like Ronnie James Dio in a few spots! Great singer, great musicians, great band! I'll be looking for more of their albums!
From: Salomonkey   (IP unknown) Date: April 24, 2004 at 18:03
Very good album and I agree with Cephas, this is a good introduction to the band but I think the melodies in a couple of songs are not that good but is an excellent album any way.

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