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X-Rated Reloaded
Speed Metal, Heavy Metal
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Heavy Metal Drakkar (BEL). Data wpisu 21 Styczeń 2012. Wydawcy Ultimhate Records. Styl muzycznyHeavy Metal. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album11.

Modified by: memorius. Added on: 2012-06-23 16:41:04.

Drakkar (4) ‎– X-Rated Reloaded. Label: Ultimhate Records ‎– UHR-021. Format: CD, Album, Remastered. This release contains 2 extra-tracks.

Drakkar - X-Rated Reloaded (1988) (2012). Tracklist: 01. Rise and Fight 02. X-Rated 03. Terminatoro (Instrumental) 04. Forgotten Heroes 05.

Drakkar - X-Rated Reloaded (1988). Country: Belgium Genre: Power Metal, Speed Metal Quality: WV-Pack ( image . ue,log, covers) Mp3, CBR 320 kbps. Artist: Steelwolf Country: USA Album: No One Gets Away Genre: Heavy Metal Year Of Release: 2012 Quality: mp3 320kbps FLAC (image+. Tracklist 01. Steelwolf 02.

X-Rated Reloaded is a slow, turgid, monotonous album that really should not be classed as speed metal, putting this much loved, brain melting metal sub genre to shame as well as being one of the worst metal releases of 2012 thus far. Through slack, basic musicianship, dull/lifeless guitar riffs and some of the worst vocal lines, from one of the worst singers in metal, Drakkar have released an appalling mish mash of songs that can only be described as mind numbingly painful and musically featureless. There is nothing memorable or unique about any of the song on this album and it just shows how fruitless and untalented the guys in Drakkar must be; not only as musicians, but also as song writers. The best bit has to be the final notes of ‘To My Best Friend’ or in other word. he end of the album.

Drakkar Nowhere by Drakkar Nowhere, released 23 September 2016 1. Any Way 2. How Could That Be Why? 3. Higher Now 4. At the Edge of the Mangroves 5. In the Eye of Time 6. Did It Ever? 7. Chippewa 8. The Line 9. Salutation to the Sun When Drakkar Nowhere rows itself out toward the exploratory sonic sea upon which their debut album so gracefully sails, it’s not just that their destination is undefined; it’s that the very concept of a destination, as reflected in their music, is itself something indefinable. That Drakkar Nowhere ended up somewhere at all is itself more a result of circumstance than careful course-charting. The history of the album traces back to the summer of 2012, when Daniel Collás (Phenomenal Handclap Band) and Morgan Phalen (Favored Nations, Diamond Nights) found themselves creating new music in the kitchen of a rented apartment in Stockholm, Sweden.

Rated R (also known on vinyl as Rated X) is the second studio album by American rock band Queens of the Stone Age, released on June 6, 2000 by Interscope Records. It was the band's first album for the label, as well as their first to feature bassist Nick Oliveri and vocalist Mark Lanegan.


1 Rise And Fight
2 X-Rated
3 Terminatoro
4 Forgotten Heroes
5 Lords Of The North
6 King Of Shade
7 Stand Up
8 Highlander
9 You're Not Alone
10 To My Dead Friend


Initially Released in 1988 as X-Rated with a different cover and a different track list order.
See 4027293

This release contains 2 extra-tracks

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 420053 500213
  • Matrix / Runout: HURRI1581