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Raven

All for One

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Category: Speed/Classic/NWOBHM

Year: 1983

Label: Neat Records

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Average Rating: 83 / 100 (3 ratings)

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Raven All for One Album Cover

Personnel
Mark Gallagher guitar
John Gallagher bass, vocals
Rob Wacko Hunter drums

The 2000 Spitfire reissue of this album also contained the Break the Chain EP as bonus tracks. Both Born to Be Wild and the rerecording of Inquisitor featured Accept vocalist Udo Dirkschneider sharing lead vocal duties with John Gallagher.
Tracks
1.  Take Control  3:22
2.  Mind Over Metal  3:29
3.  Sledgehammer Rock  3:58
4.  All for One  3:31
5.  Run Silent Run Deep  5:38
6.  Hung, Drawn and Quartered  5:17
7.  Break the Chain  3:45
8.  Take It Away  3:24
9.  Seek and Destroy  3:51
10.  Athletic Rock  4:40
11.  Born To Be Wild bonus track with Udo Dirkschneider  3:28
12.  The Ballad Of Marshall Stack bonus track  5:36
13.  Inquisitor bonus track with Udo Dirkschneider  4:02
  
Total Running Time:  54:01

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Existing comments about this CD

From: zld Date: April 28, 2005 at 7:19
A (nwobh-)metal classic. Every metalhead should have this in his collection. When it came out on vinyl i thought it was a piece of crap, but nowadays i like it a lot. It's all about loud guitars and screaming vocals. You can't stop banging your head on "All for one","break the chain" and "seek & destroy". 8/10

From: Metalhead66 Date: April 28, 2005 at 11:34
A rough sounding Re-release from Raven.It's very early sounding 80's metal,kinda sloppy but fun...7/10.

From: Scott Date: April 28, 2005 at 14:00
AWESOME! That is the best word to describe this album. Every song is as good as the next. Most Raven fans seem to agree that this is a favorite. Nobody did it like Raven in 83! Nobody was this intense, aggressive, or outrageous! Raven were thrash before thrash existed. The Break the Chain EP is also excellent. The new version of Inquisitor with Udo & John sharing vocals is awesome! Likewise, the Udo/Raven version of Born to be Wild is the craziest & heaviest cover of this song I have ever heard.

From: smallfortunebas Date: May 15, 2005 at 3:42
Arguments could be made about ALL FOR ONE being Raven at its peak. The production is tight, the songs are solid, and the performances are incredible. The energy is amazing! Unfortunately, as a band in a position to move on to better things, this album led Raven to Atlantic which proved disastrous to band and audience. A last hint, this record was strong enough for the band to headline a US tour with KILL'EM ALL era Metallica as their opening act. Buy, listen, learn... this is the real stuff!

From: edwin Date: August 23, 2005 at 12:41
a gente colombiana como muchos piensan no les gusta el buen metal duro,pues si y por mi parte me gusta mucho raven...si quieres tener toda la info existente contacctame edwguiforza@yahoo.com thanks...

From: Metaleater Date: February 6, 2007 at 15:14
"Nobody did it like Raven in '83" ???? Nobody except maybe Accept,Dio,Maiden,Priest,Krokus,Saxon,Dokken etc All these bands and more did it far better than Raven in '83.However,"All For One" was always a great metal album none the less thanks heavily to a small camoflauge man named Udo

From: rick kerch vzla Date: September 8, 2014 at 17:00
I own this album on vinyl as well as on CD(with the bonus tracks)...classic band that has remained "second rate" one shamely...tracks 1,2,4,5,6,9& 10 from the album itself are my faves..."The Ballad Of Marshall Stack" & "Inquisitor" from the bonus tracks...85/100


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