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Lizzy Borden

Love You To Pieces

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Category: Metal

Year: 1984

Label: Metal Blade

Catalog Number: 3984-14089-2

Average Rating: 89 / 100 (4 ratings)

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Lizzy Borden Love You To Pieces Album Cover

Lizzy Borden vocals
Tony Matuzak guitars
Gene Allen guitars
Mike Davis bass
Joey Scott Harges drums
1.  Council For The Cauldron  3:09
2.  Psychopath  3:39
3.  Save Me  4:03
4.  Red Rum  3:53
5.  Love You To Pieces  4:26
6.  American Metal  5:51
7.  Flesheater  4:51
8.  Warfare  3:56
9.  Godiva  2:29
10.  Rod Of Iron  4:28
Total Running Time:  40:45

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Desslar Date: April 11, 2002 at 2:22
Good American power metal, with a horror flavor. The vocals can get on one's nerves after a while though

From: Drag-in-Bones Date: April 22, 2002 at 10:32
I've heard rummors that Lizzy is a Vampire, about the time The Vampire Lestade came out hhmmmmm, Oh well! This band has always been great to me even though the band was Pigeonholed and Dismissed as a mere Shock Rock, Flash-in-the Pan Phenomenon. Those who thought that shit about the band were Jacked Up! 'Lizzy Bordon' is GOOD MUSIC and AWSOME Show's,you never lost intrest! Check them out in Decline of Western Civilization Part 2 'The Metal Years'. (9 out of 10)

From: ARXONTAS Date: January 29, 2003 at 15:57
FLESH EATEEEER! SHE WANT IT,DEEP DEEP DEEEPER! Great 80s metal feat.one of the best showman ever(lizzy).A must have!...Abslolutely No Alternative...

From: T-X Date: December 12, 2003 at 20:20
A true classic for sure,this one is absolutely killer !

From: Fog-hat Date: July 22, 2004 at 15:06
Not the best album in the metal world but it sure has it's moments. No metal collection would be complete without at least one Lizzy Borden album and this should be the one. Fans of pure 80's heavy metal should like this stuff, I do.

From: smallfortunebas Date: February 20, 2005 at 14:47
Lizzy put a new spin on an old act. We'd been seeing menacing characters (Alice Cooper, KISS, King Diamond) for some time, but it was like Bugs Bunny versus Bela Lugosi. There was great energy in his onstage persona. Fortunately, the album doesn't get overshadowed by the character. "Council..." & "Godiva" build energy & momentum. "Red Rum" & "American Metal" feature great sing-a-long choruses. Lizzy's sneering vocals may be a dealbreaker for some, but fans of 80's metal could do worse.

From: ed Date: March 3, 2005 at 12:56
Great! I love all the songs on this cd! COOL! Hard, but still catchy songs!

From: pie75 Date: September 7, 2010 at 7:14
not sure why lizzy's on this site as he's on HH site also but i love this album and for what it's worth lizzy has an amazing voice

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