Download Metal - Manilla Road - Metal / Invasion (CD, Album) album flac mp3

Label: Reborn Classics - RC 1035 • Format: CD Album, Compilation, Reissue, Unofficial Release • Country: Liechtenstein • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal, Hard Rock
Metal - Manilla Road - Metal / Invasion (CD, Album)

 · All songs written and arranged by Manilla Road. Officially reissued by Cult Metal Classics Records in in a double disc package with Metal occupying disc two. Reborn Classics released the Invasion album (with "Centurian War Games" missing) together with the following Metal album on one CD. This CD is a bootleg. Recording information.

View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Invasion / Metal" on Discogs/5(18).

Manilla Road's first independently released album in , Invasion is an anomaly in the pantheon of heavy metal. Manilla Road are without a doubt one of the great US metal bands, being one of the early innovators of 'power metal' and remaining one of the great underground cult bands of all time/5(5).

This is the album that started what was to become an incredible catalog of epic metal at its absolute finest, and it wasn't even a heavy metal album. Still, "Invasion," is well worth the time for fans of Manilla Road's other work, as there are plenty of seedlings for what Mark Shelton and (various different) company would later produce in their career.

Invasion, an Album by Manilla Road. Released in on Roadster (catalog no. MR ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Heavy Metal, Hard Rock. Rated # in the best albums of

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  1. Before Manilla Road was a local band in the tranquil town of Wichita, Kansas. They published their first two LPs "Invasion" and "Metal" on their own on the band's own label Roadster Records. Today, the original vinyls are rare and have never been published adequately on CD, before. Facts/5(10).

  2.  · Cult underground heavy metal acts don't come more cult or underground than Wichita's alternately unknown and legendary Manilla Road, whose long career has defied commercial trends and easy categorization for an unfeasible three decades then are their first two albums: 's Rush-indebted, heavy space-prog gem Invasion and its more straightforward, hard-rocking successor, Metal.

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