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Into Glory Ride


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  • Audio CD (October 1, 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Geffen Records
  • ASIN: B000000OTC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #447,691 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Warlord
2. Secret of Steel
3. Gloves of Metal
4. Gates of Valhalla
5. Hatred
6. Revelation (Death's Angel)
7. March for Revenge (By the Soldiers of Death)

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Mattowarrior
You know, as much of a die hard Manowar fan as I am, and trust me, I listen to Manowar EVERY day, I laugh each and every time I see this album cover.
Matthew Szymonik
The production on this is very raw but it suits perfectly with the songs.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Szymonik on September 12, 2005
Format: Audio CD
You know, as much of a die hard Manowar fan as I am, and trust me, I listen to Manowar EVERY day, I laugh each and every time I see this album cover. Like Kiss meets Conan the Barbarian! And when I bought this album for the first time as Geffen records import, I thought that I was going to be greatly dissapointed. Most sophmore efforts can be after all. However, I hit play and sat back and braced myself for the worst. Starting out like an audio from a z-grade skin flick, it quickly picks up at the same tempo as the first album "Battle Hymns" with the song 'Warlord', a possble continuation of 'Death Tone'. As we move on in the album though, things get slower and more brooding. This is also the debut of their new drummer Scott Columbus. As I said, this album does slow things down a bit, but musically is quite elaborate. Apparently most of these songs were recorded in one-take sessions, genuinely giving it a "live in the studio" feel. With the exception of the first track, this whole album is themed in the days of warriors, wizards, demons and battle. And Scott's drumming is aptly suitable for this with the galloping rythms on 'Gloves of Metal' and 'Gates of Valhalla'. The former being a fantastic example of the classic rock abilities of guitarist Ross "The Boss" and the near operatic vocal abilities of singer Eric Adams. Joey DeMaio's bass playing is simply heavy and dark with flashes akin to Spanish Flamenco guitar style, as evidenced on the second track 'Secret of Steel'. The song 'Hatred' is one of those songs that sometimes I'm in the mood for, sometimes I'm not. Again, a long, slow, dark ode to hate with a long instrumental break in the middle, that returns to vows of destruction and ending in a speeding frenzy before blowing out to the winds.Read more ›
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mattowarrior on September 1, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Like alchemists coming up with the right formula to make steel out of muscle, Manowar pushed forward twenty years ago with what probably is their magnum opus "Into Glory Ride". Black Sabbath,Mountain, Maiden and Priest go together with other 70's epic rock influences and are refined and honed into an epic metal masterpiece which stands on its own. This is seriously one of the best metal albums made, period. The cheese factor explored on later albums (still good though) hasn't shown up too much other than on the cover, and what results is also what many term Manowar's "Doom" album. Some of the slow Pounding pace of the sounds just take you to a place out of "Conan the Barbarian" or a Frank Frazetta painting and the melodies surge in your mind as the journey begins. The first song "Warlord" starts with a silly sample but the song is basically their statement about the way they want to live. The real journey begins on "Secret of Steel" and doesn't let up. Basil Pouledoris must have been another influence on these guys with their epic compositions (Bassist Joey Demaio is a huge Richard Wagner fan) and there are hardly any keyboards, just the four kings, and power, metal and might and that's all they need to create a musicical masterpiece up there with epic opera. Buy it immediately!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By thomas f carter jr on April 27, 2002
Format: Audio CD
this was the first manowar lp i picked up many many years ago.
manowar has always been one of those metal bands you either liked or hated.me being one who loved manowar.this is metal the
way it should be played hard and heavy.trcks like gloves of metal
secrets of steel and the awsome hatred this is one of metals all time greatest releases pick this one up and death to false metal
we know there is a lot of that out there
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 26, 1999
Format: Audio CD
one of my personal best bands from the 80s , have the album and still rocks. the vocals are in the singers prime days and the shouting is unfknblvble.recommended to all w.a.s.p and ac/dc fans and lovers of rock & roll . the intro is memorable and one tend to chill throughout the album .also a great story from a great and mystical period of history. if you want a good collectable alongside your recent manson cd . then get this one. pure magic
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Alexander Arsov on September 10, 2011
Format: Audio CD
When I was younger, so much younger, than I am now, I was a huge Manowar fan, although I never did take seriously their image of muscles, swords, leather, etc. - nor, I suppose, did they. As for me, I grew up and I naturally grew tired of Manowar. For some strangely and completely obscure reason, however, I still listen to this album occasionally; what's more, I enjoy it enormously. How could that be I am about to at least try to explain.

I am vastly amused by the many remarks in other reviews how silly the cover is. Well, silly it certainly is, and so are the lyrics for that matter, but that's neither untypical for Manowar nor of any consequence whatsoever. In fact, ''Into Glory Ride'' is a very fine album, every bit as good as the much more famous ''Kings of Metal'' (1988) or ''The Triumph of Steel'' (1992). It contains seven songs only, but all of them are rather complex compositions, with lots of memorable riffs, wild guitar solos, insanely virtuoso bass playing and simply stunning vocals. Despite its charmingly naughty intro, ''Warlord'' is definitely the weakest song, yet it makes an entertaining listening. ''Gates of Valhalla'', ''Secret of Steel'' and ''March for Revenge'' are, I have the audacity to suggest, some of the finest examples of epic heavy metal ever recorded. The same, but on a slightly smaller scale, is true of the rather chilling ''Hatred'' and the more light-weight ''Revelations'' and ''Gloves of Metal''. Don't pay any attention to the puerile lyrics. Enjoy the music. Say, the guitar solo in ''March for Revenge'' is awesome, isn't it?

But for me the real reason to come back to this album, and to enjoy it surprisingly a lot, is Eric Adams, or his amazing vocals to be precise.
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