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Nasty Savage - Nasty Savage album

Nasty Savage - Nasty Savage album

  • Performer: Nasty Savage
  • Genre: Rock
  • Title: Nasty Savage
  • Released: 1994
  • Style: Thrash, Speed Metal, Heavy Metal
  • Label: Metal Blade Records
  • Catalog: 3984-14063-2
  • Country: US
  • MP3 version size: 1847 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1667 mb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 936

Tracklist

1Dungeon Of Pleasure3:21
2Instigator4:13
3Metal Knights2:42
4Asmodeus5:14
5Garden Of Temptation1:03
6Gladiator4:23
7Psychopath3:30
8No Sympathy5:30
9End Of Time4:21
10Fear Beyond The Vision3:54
11The Morgue5:39

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MBR 1046Nasty Savage Nasty Savage ‎(LP, Album)Metal Blade RecordsMBR 1046US1985
WSK-135Nasty Savage Nasty Savage ‎(LP, Album)Woodstock DiscosWSK-135Brazil1987
WSK-134Nasty Savage Nasty Savage ‎(LP, Album)Woodstock DiscosWSK-134Brazil1987
UBZ#060, DRR-017Nasty Savage Nasty Savage ‎(CD, Album, RE)Urubuz Records, Distro Rock RecordsUBZ#060, DRR-017Brazil2013
BRC4 1950Nasty Savage Nasty Savage ‎(Cass, Album)Banzai RecordsBRC4 1950Canada1985

Credits

  • BassFred Dregischan
  • DrumsCurtis Beeson
  • EngineerJim Morris
  • GuitarBen Meyer, David Austin
  • Mastered ByEddie Schreyer
  • ProducerBrian Slagel, Fred McKendree, Nasty Savage
  • VocalsNasty Ronnie

Notes

Recorded and mixed at Morrisound Studios, Tampa, Florida.
Mastered at Capitol Records, Hollywood.

Originally released in 1985.

Made in U.S.A.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 0 3984-14063-2 0
  • Matrix / Runout: 123793-D4-4116-2 DISCTRONICS USA 14063
  • Rights Society: BMI

Companies

  • Made By – Disctronics USA – 123793
  • Mastered At – Capitol Mastering
  • Recorded At – Morrisound Studios
  • Mixed At – Morrisound Studios

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Comments

Wire Wire
NASTY SAVAGE is filed generally under "US Thrash Metal". Their self-titled debut album is not that hard to be called "Thrash Metal"; due to the small and poor production.
Not lacking good riffing or song writing material it is just the sound that would fit not with the image or their dramatic live performances.
Their second album "Indulgence" was much better, which leaves "Nasty Savage" as a fairly good debut, with high rating amongst fans, but rather weak to the average metal-listener nowadays.
From a fans point of view there are no really weak songs on this album and espcially "Gladiator", "Metal Knights" and "Asmodeus" are very strong pieces of good metal music.
I saw NASTY SAVAGE on their first gig in Germany in Dortmund and was really kicked by their performance and remain a fan to this day.
If there would be a remastered version it would do good to this album. The simple CD-rerelease remains with their weaknesses a medium metal album with some highlights, of course.