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War Of Words

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Category: Thrash/Groove Metal

Year: 1993

Label: Epic

Catalog Number: EK 57372

Average Rating: 90 / 100 (6 ratings)

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Fight War Of Words Album Cover

Rob Halford Vocals, Guitars
Brian Tilse Guitars, Backing Vocals
Jay Jay Bass
Scott Travis Drums
Russ Parrish Guitars
1.  Into the Pit  4:13
2.  Nailed to the Gun  3:38
3.  Life in Black  4:34
4.  Immortal Sin  4:39
5.  War of Words  4:29
6.  Laid to Rest  4:40
7.  For All Eternity  4:42
8.  Little Crazy  3:49
9.  Contortion  4:35
10.  Kill It  3:30
11.  Vicious  3:11
12.  Reality, a New Beginning  13:18
13.  Kill It Dutch Death Mix, bonus track  3:49
Total Running Time:  63:07

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Scott Date: February 15, 2005 at 10:34
Halford's love for bands like Pantera really began to show on this CD. However, I really like this disc as it is full of musical and lyrical hooks, as well as some phenomenal drumming by Priest drummer Scott Travis. Halford's lyrical approach has changed slightly from that of Priest, tackling social and political issues as well as a few personal vices. Halford sounds as good as he ever did. Perhaps this one isn't on the same level as classic Priest, but it certainly isn't bad either.

From: Metalhead66 Date: February 15, 2005 at 11:58
This is what Halford wanted Priest to do style wise after Painkiller(a Killer itself)! I think this is great!!Russ Parrish Lays down some Killer Leads..and Mr Travis,well he is Probably one of the best metal drummers ever!!!Rob's voice sounds so Good. Remember this was released during Grunges heyday!!A Classic!

From: Metal T Date: February 15, 2005 at 13:02
Fight' were d*mn good on "War Of Words."Nailed To The Gun","Into The Pit" and "Contortion" leave no doubt this is well-crafted flat out metal.Rob's vocals being strong throughout.Too bad their next studio effort "A Small Deadly Space" was a pile of f**king sh*t ! ----

From: Rene Date: April 16, 2005 at 12:48
I love this album and it doesnt sound like 90s PANTERA at all in my opinion. The songs are just great and ROB HALFORD sings increible on this album. The second FIGHT album is shit.

From: Fat Freddy Date: April 30, 2005 at 13:38
Awesome album, I saw Fight on the tour for this record in 1993 in Asbury Park, NJ, one of the best shows I ever saw, hands down. Rob sounded phenomenal and the crowd was absolutely SICK!! Unfortunately as several other posters have mentioned, the second Fight album was god-awful. Thankfully Rob's found his way back to Judas Priest where he belongs!

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: October 14, 2006 at 0:13
Good Heavy Metal album, bueno aca el pelado dejo un buen trabajo claro nada que ver con los Judas al lado de Painkiller este desaparece pero tampoco esta mal, arriba le ponen Hard Rock nadie de los que opinaron dicen que onda es bah! seņores esto es Heavy pero con cierto sonido Industrial y nada que ver con Pantera de esa epoca, como que con esta banda Rob queria experimentar nuevos estilos 8/10.

From: halfordhughes Date: June 2, 2011 at 13:17
great heavy/power/slash metal album!!!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: August 26, 2013 at 19:23
Powerful metal project by Rob Halford,with songs that could be labeled as "american power metal" styled ones...3 major hits came out of this record("Into The Pit","Nailed To The Gun" & "Kill It")and apart from being my faves add also tracks 4,6,8 & 9 to the list...enjoyable album...88/100

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