Running Wild - Port Royal


8.7 | 201 votes |
Release date: 26 September 1988
Style: Heavy metal, Speed metal

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01. Intro
02. Port Royal
03. Raging Fire
04. Into The Arena
05. Uaschitschun
06. Final Gates
07. Conquistadores
08. Blown To Kingdom Come
09. Warchild
10. Mutiny
11. Calico Jack

Top 20 albums of 1988: 8
Top 200 albums of all time: 184

Line-up
Rolf "Rock 'N' Rolf" Kasparek - vocals, guitars
Michael "Majk Moti" Kupper - guitars
Stefan Schwarzmann - drums
Jens Becker - bass

Additional info
Executive production by Karl-U. Walterbach.
Engineered and mixed by Tom Steeler.
Artwork by Sebastian Krüger, Becker Derouet.

Recorded at Sky Trak Studios.

The Japanese CD release includes the Under Jolly Roger album.

Calico Jack was an English pirate of the 18th century. He designed the skull-and-bones pirate flag that was later named the Jolly Roger (which gave the title to another Running Wild album).

Uaschitschun is a word Native Americans (Indians) used for white men. The spoken word at the end of the track is a prophecy by the Cree (Indian) tribe.

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Comments: 1   Visited by: 50 users
06.06.2016 - 18:53
Rating: 10
TrueMetalJope
Their first album with a great deal of AMAZING songs. I don't see it necessary to skip or replace anything here, just listening from start to finish, no regrets EVER. It's kinda silly to pick some favorites from this album, because there's plenty of them, but if I am to do so, those would be: "Uaschitschun", "Conquistadores", "Mutiny" and "Calico Jack".
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The guitar is my sword, I'll fight 'til I die /../
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