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  • Audio CD (September 24, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: September 24, 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Drakkar
  • ASIN: B0007D0AXM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #362,334 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Drawn the Line
2. Angel of Mercy
3. Skeleton Dance
4. Skull & Bones
5. Born Bad, Dying Worse
6. Black Gold
7. Soul Vampires
8. Rogues En Vogue
9. Winged & Feathered
10. Dead Man's Road
11. The War

Editorial Reviews

The German metal band remains one hundred percent true to themselves, without ever once stagnating in their development. That is why their new album, in spite of classical content and instant familiarity, once more sound crisp and fresh. Gun. 2005.

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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Z. Coombs on March 13, 2005
Format: Audio CD
As a long time fan of the band my favorite RW albums have always been Pile of Skulls, Black Hand Inn and Masquerade. I wont beat around the bush here, we all know RW has been moving in a bad direction the last few albums. The Rivalry was solid but a bit booring and repetitive. The use of many 7+ minute songs kind of dragged it down and there were the a few "filler" songs. With Victory we see another decent album but lack of strong choruses, a terrible drum computer sound and more "filler" tunes turned off a lot of people. For the first time RW was starting to become lifeless sounding and maybe even booring at times. The Brotherhood did not do a lot to answer the critics. The drums again sounding programmed and hollow and some very "rock" sounding tunes turned a lot of people off. Luckily as always there were also several strong RW songs to keep promise alive. I am talking about the awesome epic tune "The Ghost" along with the fun "Pirate Song" and the scorching speed metal instrumental "Siberian Winter". Overall a solid but unspectacular album when you compair to older RW material.

I wasn't expecting a lot out of "Rogues En Vogue". The kind of strange title made me think, "Hmm, what the heck is going on?". Then some song titles leaked out such as "Skull And Bones", "Skeleton Dance", "Black Gold" and I figured O.K., this looks more like it.

Finally, before the album was released I was able to hear the song "Skeleton Dance" on internet radio and it blew my mind. I was like "Oh my God, are you kidding me? What has the Cap'n cooked up here?". Then when I got the full main album without the 2 bonus tracks I was completely blown away again. So many awesome, catchy songs and the whole sound and spirit seemed to be revived.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dave M. on January 23, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Upon my first listen to REV,i instantly knew one thing....It ROCKS!!!.The harmonies and solos have never been stronger.Rock'n'Rolfs' song writing skills are at the top of their game.Most impressive to me is the opening track "Draw the Line".Full of emotion and power,the solo rips my speakers apart..thank god for bands like Running Wild keeping the Metal faith.All Hail the Jolly Roger...AAA+++.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Gilvan L. Latreille on August 28, 2011
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
If you do not like Rock, or Heavy Metal, this album have nothing to please you.
If you likes rock, but not Heavy Metal, its the same.
If you love Heavy Metal, this is the real deal on metal.
I love this work, and i am a life-long Running Wild fan.
Some fans underrated this album in comparison to others from the band,
but i can assure, it's a masterpiece.
Nobody can tell you to buy something, just get a 'copy' and listen enough,
and you will find one of the best metal albums of Running Wild!
When (and if) you find yourself glad with the music, please buy the original record!
And finally, sad thing that the band has ended...
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Format: Audio CD
if everyone could be as cheesy and innovative as rock'n rolf, the world would be a way cooler place. while many other "original" bands borrow viking themes from the great, eternal quorthon and mighty manowar, my hero rolf sings about pirates, politics and ufos with a little "whaoow yeeeaaah!" thrown in here and there. astounding! and of course no one can "whaoow yeeeaaah!" as good as rock'n rolf. he is the ultimate whaoow yeeeaaaher. rolf, however, is more of an accomplished guitarist than he is a singer and could probably have great success with more instrumentals combined with lots of "whaoow yeeeaaah"s. imagine! a whole of album with nothing but the most serious riffs in the universe and plenty of "whaoow yeeeaaah!". i can think of nothing more desirable. on the other hand, the captain's picking is as good as god's (who is pretty decent from what my sources tell me). anyone who disrespects the true riff master of the universe is a meager savage wasting precious life force on lesser metal. with the exception of "angelo sasso" on victory, running wild is undisputedly the greatest music ever.
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