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Head Hunter

Head Hunter

21 Jun 1989
4.9 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

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Long considered, and quite rightly so, to be AC/DC wannabes (check out their 3 excellent early albums "Metal Rendez-vous", "Hardware" & "One Vice At A Time" for proof), Krokus really came of age with the release of this their 4th album. Produced by Judas Priest associate Tom Allom in 1983 (between 82's Screaming For Vengeance & 84's Defenders Of The Faith albums), this even boasts having Rob Halford adding backing vocals on the track "Ready To Burn". However, the real meat in this mighty metal sandwich are the brutal opening title-track, plus equally blood-hungry & carnivorous "Night Wolf". Coupled with two very excellent & quite mature efforts in power ballad "Screaming In The Night" & the super-cool radio-friendly groove of "Stayed Awake All Night". The album also ends on a high with the guitar-effects heavy "White Din" which heralds closing track "Russian Winter" which charges along at great pace warning of the perils of fighting in the most inhospitable of environments. All in all, this is a classic metal album, brimming with fire, attitude & melody.
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Krokus were the Airbourne of their day if that makes sense?! Despite the press critisising them for being AC/DC clones they made some of the best HM/Hard rock in the 1980's. I saw them a couple of times back then and always had a good time at their gigs. This is my fave Krokus album, and would heartily reccommend it to fans of traditional heavy metal. Marc Storace has a great set of pipes, just listen to him wail on the title track. The guitarists were also top drawer and could trade lightning riffs with the best of them. The entire recording is prime heavy metal but stick out tracks are Headhunter, Eat The Rich, and Russian Winter. Essential for fans of Judas Priest, AC/DC, Scorpions, and UFO.
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great return to my youth so many memories I also brought metal rendezvous anther classic album possibly the best one of krocus
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i have the lp,cd and now bought the 24 bit remast from japan and what a difference it makes.
melodic and heavy,good riffs,it's like these krokus guys are not the same from the first 3 albums-
there is no weak song on this,stands a god album like some on the 83-84 years,powerslave-penetrator-balls to the wall-defenders of the faith-crusader-love at first sting-slide it in(uk version)-bon jovi first-vertical smiles-elimanator-animal grace-perfect strangers-the last in line-under lock and key-4-pyromania-ride the lightning-hail to england-out of the cellar-russ ballard-1984-rising force- and so many others i can't remanber now..........
people who don't have these just don't understand music like a real practising musician not just a listener
carlos santos
portugal
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