Search and Destroy
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Category: Hard Rock
|Label: Magdalene Records
Catalog Number: M8D-1937
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 (---.customers.vivodi.gr)
||Date: January 4, 2010 at 3:10|
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