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2012 release, the 17th album from the German vocalist often called the 'Queen Of Metal'. When considering the hit potential and evergreen spirit of the songs, there's no doubt that Raise Your Fist will continue her 30 year success story. Take for example the title track of the album that immediately encourages to rock along and bears the potential to replace "All We Are" as Doro's trademark song. And also the energetic speedster "Take No Prisoner" as well as the double bass anthem "Revenge" have a similar impact on your desire for head banging. The incredible dynamism, compositional diversity and the richness of detail make Raise Your Fist an album that can even satisfy the demands of the most demanding connoisseurs of music.

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  • Audio CD (November 6, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: 2012
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Nuclear Blast Americ
  • ASIN: B008ZAB2R2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #85,045 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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DORO Pesch is a living legend! And now the entire world knows it, after the “Queen of Rock & Metal” has received her first ever “Legends-Award” at England’s renowned “Golden Gods Awards” on July 17th 2013 at O2 Arena, London. On September 13th in Berlin 2013 DORO received the “Legend” Award from Metal Hammer Germany.
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Highly recommended for true metalheads.
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This album is for Fans of Doro or the genre.
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Even my 4 yr old rocks out to this album.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By N. Page on November 10, 2012
Format: Audio CD
If you haven't heard much of Doro for a while, then this is a revelation - fantastic hard rock and stunning ballads! Among the 16 (yes, sixteen tracks, count 'em..) are the quality hard rock of 'Revenge' and 'Rock til Death', a nice ballad with Lemmy 'It still hurts' which is much much better than you expect it to sound and a couple of German language tracks 'Freiheit' and 'Engel' which I happen to think are magnificent. 'Engel' especially - after all who wouldn't want Doro sighing 'I'll be your angel' in German over and over in their lug-holes! " Hammer Scheibe " as they say in Düsseldorf, or in other words, a fine addition to her catalogue.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ryan M. Lutz on November 30, 2012
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The Metal Queen Doro Kick's Ass!The Rock Goddess proves again how great of a metal icon she is on Raise Your Fist.I've been a fan of Doro since the Warlock days and she will still blow your mind on this effort with the sweet voice of a Rock N' Roll angel and how she puts her heart&soul into every song.This cd is filled with all the headbanging metal and soulful ballads that will have your senses tingling with metal pleasure.The metal ride starts off with Raise Your Fist In The Air which is one of her best rock songs since All We Are.Then you get the awesome metal tracks like Rock Till Death,Freiheit(Human Rights), Take No Prisoner,Grab The Bull(Last Man Standing),Little Headbanger,Revenge,and Victory.The ballads are some of her best ever that include It Still Hurts(Feat.Lemmy),Free My Heart,and Engel.The last song before the bonus tracks is Hero,which is a cool tribute song to the Icon and Legend Ronnie James Dio.Dio was an influence and hero to all of us in the world of metal music,so big time props to Doro for giving us a kick ass rock song to remember all the hero's in a person's life.You also get the english version of Sealed In Blood(Human Rights),Strong and Proud as well that are two more metal satisfaction rides musically.This is one of Doro's best cd's that will please your ears and leave in a state of metal bliss.Bottom line Raise Your Fist is a 10 out of 10 metal masterpiece from Doro that all fans will love.I highly recommend Raise Your Fist to all Doro fans out there.Doro Rocks!!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By TJWB71 on December 10, 2012
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I am a big Doro fan all the way back to Warlock.. That said: Raise Your fist has its moments but its a lot of rehash of recent albums like Fear No Evil. It's safe but not cutting edge.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By The Rock Man on July 24, 2013
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Doro - Raise Your Fist
Written by The Rock Man

For close to thirty years Doro Pesch has held the title of The Metal Queen. Back in 1984 the blonde beauty from Dusseldorf, Germany burst onto the metal scene with her band Warlock and their debut album Burning The Witches. From there the band would record three more studio albums, Hellbound (1985), True As Steel (1986) and Triumph And Agony (1987), the latter two considered classics of that era. Unfortunately in the late 1980s the band would go their separate ways and Doro would begin what would become a long solo career.

Since that time, Doro has been writing and recording music that is true to her heart and while most bands felt the impact of the grunge movement during the 1990s, by experimenting with their sound, Doro stayed the course and flew the flag for metal. Albums such as Force Majeure (1989), Unholy (1990) and Angels Never Die (1993) have become identifiable as the Doro sound.

Her latest offering is an unashamed salute to her Warlock and early solo days. Raise Your Fist is Doro's twelfth solo studio record and is sure to strike a chord with old and new fans alike. Musically, Johnny Dee (drums) and Nick Douglas (bass), who have been long time band members return to once again deliver strong, exhilarating rhythms while new comers Bas Maas (guitar) and Luca Princiotta (guitar/keyboards) provides a freshness to the group.

Raise Your Fist In The Air sets the standard with its fist pumping attitude and takes you back to the mid 1980s followed by Coldhearted Lover with its radio friendly flavour. It Still Hurts is a heavy-ish style ballad featuring her close friend Lemmy from Motorhead.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By ANDREW H. on January 31, 2013
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i dont think it said anything, but when i put it in the car, it said "Japanese Import", which gave me a few extra tracks. (non-u.s. versions are always the best.) love the bonus tracks, and the cd in general is classic Doro. this cd is "solid". i would say this is a little better than your average Doro cd. love it when artists can approach 3 decades and still not "sell out", AND sound better than ever.
'free my heart' is a very powerful, moving, soul-crushing epic. and i had been listening to DIO for about a month before i got this, and when hearing 'Hero' for the first time i just about "lost it". RIP-RJD.

HIGHLY RECOMMEND.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Justin G. TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 7, 2013
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It's hard to believe it's been three years since the last Doro studio album (2009's Fear No Evil). I guess with all the EPs, live albums and compilations it seems like there's a new Doro release every time I turn around. Anyway, Raise Your Fist is the metal queen's eleventh studio album, and her first on the Nuclear Blast label.

Doro is nothing if not consistent, so you pretty much know what to expect from her albums, and Raise Your Fist is no exception. This is a traditional heavy metal album that's very melodic, has a good mix of headbanging anthems and softer ballads, and of course has an incredible vocal performance.

Unfortunately, as good as Doro's vocals are and as solid as the musicianship is, Raise Your Fist is just not a very memorable album, at least not by Doro standards. It reminds me of the last couple of Axel Rudi Pell albums, where the formula is getting a bit stale and the songwriting is uninspired. Oh, there are a couple of gems here. The title track is a totally rocking anthem, "Revenge" has some teeth and the ballad "Free My Heart is quite lovely. The rest of the album is just OK though. There's a guest appearance by Firewind/Ozzy shredder Gus G., but it's on a song - "Grab the Bull (Last Man Standing)" that seems a bit silly. The other guest appearance is from Motorhead's Lemmy, but instead of having him on a rocker like "Revenge," he's stuck on the embarrassing ballad "It Still Hurts." The album does close on a nice note with "Hero," a tribute to the late Ronnie James Dio.

I'm a huge Doro fan, so it pains me to write off any album of hers as "just OK," but I have to be honest.
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