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Manowar Re-Records 1982 Debut "Battle Hymns," Reveals Details

American heavy metal act Manowar has revealed details behind the re-recording of its 1982 debut album "Battle Hymns." The new version, titled "Battle Hymns: 2011" is set for release before the end of 2010 and includes two live recordings as bonus tracks.

Here is the "Battle Hymns: 2011" tracklisting:
1. Death Tone
2. Metal Daze
3. Fast Taker
4. Shell Shock
5. Manowar
6. Dark Avenger
7. William's Tale
8. Battle Hymn
9. Death Tone (live)
10. Fast Taker (live)

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1. Cynic writes:

Wow this will be interesting to check out - was never my favourite Manowar album and normally I don't like re-recordings but hey this has piqued my interest.

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2. BoltThrower writes:

Joey's writing hadn't really come around yet. I think it took Sign Of The Hammer for him to reach his peak. He rode that peak for several albums afterward, longer than most. Dark Avenger and Battle Hymn might be the exceptions.

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