Warriors of the World cd cover

Manowar

Warriors of the World

In addition to the battle anthems and hymns to Valhalla, they’ve thrown in an Italian ballad called Nessun Dorma, and a very out of place song called An American Trilogy which has them singing I wish I was in Dixie… But beyond those two surprises, it’s business as usual. There’s fighting… and dying… and killing… and a lot of stuff about blood… But there’s always an underlying message of honor and courage. It’s almost enough to make me pick up a sword and charge off into battle with them. But then I realize I have no sword, no horse and there is no battle. I’m in front of a computer and people are looking at me funny. It’s a guilty pleasure, but a pleasure none-the-less. I still like these guys. --Scott

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Track Listing

  1. Call to Arms
  2. The Fight for Freedom
  3. Nessun Dorma
  4. Valhalla
  5. Swords in the Wind
  6. An American Trilogy
  7. The March
  8. Warriors of the World United
  9. Hand of Doom
  10. House of Death
  11. Fight Until We Die

BAND MEMBERS & GUests

VOCALS: Eric Adams
GUITAR: Karl Logan
BASS: Joey DeMaio
DRUMS: Scott Colombus
KEYBOARDS: Joey DeMaio
Karl Logan

RECORDING INFORMATION

LABEL: Metal Blade Records
PRODUCED BY: Manowar
RELEASE YEAR: 2002
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