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CategoryCDs
ThemeBands
GenreHeavy Metal
EditionRe-Release
Media formatCD
Media PackagingJewelcase
Available since 21.05.2002
Product code400013

Metal Heart (1985) is one of the best longplayers of the combo around frontman Udo Dirkschneider. In the 80s the quintet was internationally barely to be beaten.

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An indispensable album!!!

Originally released in 1985, "Metal Heart" is the band's sixth album and one of the best of their career, composing the sacred trilogy along with "Restless and Wild" (1982) and the classic "Balls To The Wall" (1983).

The title track opens the album magnificently. The guitarist Wolf Hoffman has a classical background and made that influence very clear in "Metal Heart", which features excerpts from two famous pieces: Tchaikovsky's "Slavonic March" in the introduction and Beethoven's "Für Elise", which appears extraordinarily in the guitar solo.

The album follows cohesion with more "Metal" tracks and some that became classics of the band and performed in the concerts during the 80's and even today as "Up To The Limit", "Screaming For A Love Bite", "Dogs On Leads" .

Finally, "Bound To Fail" takes up the masterful mood of "Metal Heart". The composition begins with a beautiful guitar solo with classical touches and passes to an energetic riff, another great interpretation of Udo and with an epic choir that closes the album with mastery. This choir at the end of this song is used by the band at the close of the concerts to this day.

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