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Feel The Steel (Explicit Version) [Explicit]

October 6, 2009 | Format: MP3

$9.49
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: October 6, 2009
  • Release Date: October 6, 2009
  • Label: Universal
  • Copyright: (C) 2009 Universal Republic Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.
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  • Total Length: 41:20
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B002QHH22O
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 153 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,795 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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I've been reading the somber reviews and can't believe what I'm reading. They are a PARODY band, not serious, on purpose.

These songs are well done metal reproductions of the best of metal from bygone days, when metal could be FUN as well as dark. Everything doesn't have to make a statement. The lyrics are just the epitome of what these bands were really doing as well as possibly saying between the lines.

This album is hilarious and fun and worth the effort and price. Beware, the lyrics are very raunchy, if you can't handle that, then this is certainly not for you.

STEEL PANTHER ROCKS!!!!
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This is Metal. Proper Metal. Real Metal. Metal so real if you cut it it would bleed METAL. And not that fag false nu alloy rubbish this is pure Metal. Metal with a capital M. Metal with a capital E. Metal with a capital T. In fact the T is a huge Metal cross bigger than the other Metal letters. Why? Because on that Metal T cross METAL nearly died for your sins! But now METAL is resucuitat resserect reserr, Metal is back!

This is SO Metal. More metal than you can handle. This is more Metal than Mr Metal who worked in the METAL producing Metal factory making Metal \m/ o_0 \m/ where he met Miss Metal and then fell into a metal cage filled with metal swarf and he was pierced with Metal, real METAL. And he swallowed more metal he became Metal and they had you.

This is more Metal than YOU! More Metal than you deserve!
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First things first, Feel the Steel is a masterpiece. An instant classic. This is the best metal CD to grace the earth in decades.

The members of Steel Panther (fka Danger Kitty, Metal Shop, and Metal Skool) have been cutting their teeth in the biz since the late 80s, working their butts off to catch the break that the best known L.A. bands were able build lasting careers from. Ralph (vocals) and Russ (guitar) played in a Van Halen cover band for years and earned national attention with the skill and dedication they put into making the show so true to the original. Later, Ralph recorded a CD with the sinking ship that was the 1990s-era L.A. Guns. While they were always part of the scene, they never hit it big time... until now.

Sure, there is a satirical element to the whole shtick if you want there to be. Call it Spinal Tap, Fozzy, whatever. Steel Panther sells their fictitious back story well, and if you wish to embrace that aspect of the band and their stage-name alter-egos like I do, this band is an experience on a whole different level. I am fortunate enough to have been a part of their live show, and it was one of the finest concert-going experiences of my life. These guys are as genuine, passionate, and humble as you will find in the industry.

Even if you choose to ignore the satire, Feel the Steel is still an unbelievable stand-alone album by its own merits. The musicianship is second to none, the production is top notch, and the metal is relentless as you pick out riffs and hooks reminiscent of every glam band from Bon Jovi to Ratt to Whitesnake. You're doing yourself a complete disservice if you buy into the negative reviews and write this one off as some sort of 80s metal parody.
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After seeing Steel Panther at a rock festival and being totally entertained by the combination of hilarious on-stage banter and well-crafted, very well-played songs, I couldn't wait to "Feel the Steel." Unfortunately, it's only available as an import right now, but I was so blown away by the show, I went ahead and paid the extra $$$ to get it. Totally worth it.

There are a few comedians who play guitar and sing goofy songs, but this is well beyond that. First of all, these guys are truly gifted musicians--especially guitarist Satchel (Russ Parrish) and singer Michael Starr (Ralph Saenz). If you're a fan of 80's pop-metal or hair bands, you'll quickly discover that these guys are, too. That's what makes this work so well. Although they're clearly making fun of the genre, they're clearly well-versed in it. As you listen, you'll hear bits that recall hits by Warrant, Extreme, Bon Jovi, Whitesnake, and others.

I've already listened to this more than any other cd I've bought this year. In fact, it's so good, I picked up a disc from Russ Parrish's other band (in which he sings lead and plays guitar), The Thornbirds. Horrible name, but good cd. I can't believe this guy flies under the radar like he does. The guy can play.

I would've given this one 6 stars if I could.
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