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Search and Destroy

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Category: Hard Rock
Year: 1985
Label: Magdalene Records
Catalog Number: M8D-1937
Rating: 8.50 out of 10. (8 ratings)

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Brian Clark bass, vocals
Brian Martini drums
Phil Scholling guitar
Ronn Flowers guitar

Released on CD in 2000.
1.  Search And Destroy  
2.  Bobby's Song  
3.  Oh My Boy  
4.  Judgement Day  
5.  Mirror Man  
6.  Fastrack  
7.  Showdown  
8.  Decision Time  
9.  Please My Love  
10.  Kids in America  
11.  Warlord live bonus track  
12.  Razor's Edge live bonus track  
13.  One Way Out live bonus track  

Existing comments about this CD

From: Tom   (IP unknown) Date: September 18, 2002 at 11:28
Great, great record. Early 80's metal at its best. Lots of good chords and lead guitars. The bonus track Warlord may be the band's best song ever. I wish they'd been able to record that third record which was to be titled 'Warlord' and that was the title track. I highly recommend this record.
From: Cephas   (IP unknown) Date: January 30, 2003 at 19:25
This was a concept album by the group. Although too short as a whole, the songs are excellent and technical. The singing can be a little inconsistent. I would classify them as more AOR than Hard Rock. A very good record, nonetheless. The live recordings are grainy and not that interesting. Hence, I rarely listen to them. The inside cover art has me puzzled: A lion about the kill a lamb? Isn't the lamb a metaphor for Christ? The demon eating a person on the front? What's goin' on here??
From: Cephas   (IP unknown) Date: February 1, 2003 at 20:47
After reading the liners again, the group (well, Brian Clark) does place itself firmly within the Heavy Metal genre: Leather, studs, and all. Well, okay. But, that's not what I hear. It's metal--but, more AORish than Heavy. Maybe, Classic is a better designation? Nevertheless, excellent stuff!
From: Plutarch   (IP unknown) Date: July 20, 2003 at 21:16
I had both of their albums 'To Tell the Truth'and 'Search and Destroy'.They kind of remind me of 'Thin Lizzy'.I liked them when I was younger and I can listen to them still.I am sure they would sound different on a main label.
From: Rick Shary   (IP unknown) Date: January 11, 2004 at 15:00
After reading the above reviews, i went out and bought the cd. Good music, but man, TERRIBLE vocals. When I say terrible, I mean complete garbage. Vocals ruin this whole cd. He kinda sounds like Rick Springfield on acid. If this is classic 80's metal, then im suprised 80's metal still has a following.... yuck....
From: bighairbrewster   (IP unknown) Date: January 31, 2004 at 23:23
HA HA HA. They were a great band. Their production was just horrible though.
From: EddieTheEd   ( Date: January 4, 2010 at 3:10
Great album

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