- Audio CD (12 Aug. 2013)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Hear No Evil
- ASIN: B00DR2WDS0
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Metal Heart / Kaizoku-Ban: Live In Japan 85'
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This edition now includes the Japanese live mini-album 'Kaizoku-Ban' in its entirety, recorded in Nagoya, Japan, on September 19, 1985 on the Japanese leg of the band's Metal Heart world tour. 'Kaizoku-Ban' features 'Metal Heart', 'Screaming For A Love-Bite' and 'Up To The Limit' from 'Metal Heart' and 'Head Over Heels', 'Love Child' and 'Living For Tonite' from their previous long-player, 'Balls to The Wall'. The album was their first to be produced by famed German producer Dieter Dirks, best known for his work with fellow Teutonic rockers, the Scorpions. This varied album strays into jazz territory on 'Teach Us To Survive' and even classical themes, with parts of Tchaikovsky's 'Slavonic March' and Beethoven's 'Für Elise' featured during the title track. The 16 page booklet features liner notes from Metal Hammer and Classic Rock's Malcolm Dome based on a new interview with the band's Wolf Hoffman.