Virgin Steele - Noble Savage download album
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Noble Savage is the third studio album of the American heavy metal band Virgin Steele, released in 1985 by Cobra Records. The album was reissued in 1997 on CD by Noise Records with six bonus tracks. In May 2011, the album was reissued once more by Steamhammer Records, a subsidiary of SPV with the same track list as the 1997 release, but with an added bonus CD containing 13 additional tracks.
Virgin Steele - Noble Savage (1985).
Noble Savage showcases David DeFeis' incredible vocal range, Edward Pursino's fiery guitar playing, and a savage rhythm section that gives the sophisticated music primal undertones, thus living up to the album's title. Not only are symphonic elements present, but the band flirted with medieval and jazz influences on a couple of tracks.
Animal, grace in form and power Dignity, a conscious thought The judgement hour. To live in honor Quoting freedom's name A noble stance Bearing a proudful mane Noble savage! Hope is born, a changeling dawn Bringing strange power Transform, change form Blend mind and matter. A voice of reason crying in the dark A raging fire from a spark Breathe through me. (Chorus:) I'm a savage, I'm a king I fought deceivers I conquered evil. Animal, grace in form and power Dignity,a conscious thought The judgement hour
Virgin Steele : Noble Savage. Heavy Metal, USA (1985 - Cobra (CAN)) Learn more. My love is danger Oh my love is steele And I'm the vicious sting A raging king, a diamond ring And you're my meal.
Virgin Steele’s Noble Savage is a magnificent release on many levels, although one that isn’t without its flaws. Following Guardians Of The Flame and the exodus of Jack Starr, the band added the superb Edward Pursino, whose guitar skills are nothing to sniff it. The guy is a riff master, and his leads are quite frankly godly. This, coupled with a step up in the song writing department, spawned what I feel is the first essential release from Virgin Steele. Like others have mentioned, Virgin Steele seemed to be at a bit of a crossroads when they released this album. It was like they were trying to decide whether or not they wanted to play epic heavy metal, or lean more towards a party rock sound. So it's no surprise that the album is about half and half in that regard.
|A1||We Rule The Night|
|A2||I'm On Fire|
|A3||Thy Kingdom Come|
|A4||Image Of A Faun At Twilight|
|B1||Fight Tooth And Nail|
|B2||The Evil In Her Eyes|
|B4||Don't Close Your Eyes|
|B5||The Angel Of Light|
- Bass – Joe O'Reilly*
- Drums – Joey Ayvazian
- Engineer – Al Falcon
- Guitar – Edward Pursino
- Producer, Vocals, Keyboards – David DeFeis
NotesComes with printed inner sleeve.
|CL 1005||Virgin Steele||Noble Savage (LP, Album)||Cobra||CL 1005||Canada||1985|
|SH 0066||Virgin Steele||Noble Savage (LP, Album, TP, W/Lbl)||Steamhammer||SH 0066||Germany||1987|
|DRE 18 358||Virgin Steele||Noble Savage (LP, Album)||Dream Records||DRE 18 358||France||1985|
|743218819247||Virgin Steele||Noble Savage (Cass, Album)||BMG Russia||743218819247||Russia||Unknown|
|TT 0028-2||Virgin Steele||Noble Savage (CD, Album, RE)||T&T||TT 0028-2||Germany||1997|