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Expect No Mercy (Dig)
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
Digitally remastered reissue of the Scottish hard rocker's 1977 album with the two B-sides from the 'Gone Dead Train' single added as bonus tracks: 'Greens' and 'Desolation Road'. 12 tracks total, also featuring the U.K. s... more »
Digitally remastered reissue of the Scottish hard rocker's 1977 album with the two B-sides from the 'Gone Dead Train' single added as bonus tracks: 'Greens' and 'Desolation Road'. 12 tracks total, also featuring the U.K. singles 'Place In Your Heart' and 'Gone Dead Train'. Also features the original cover art, Frank Frazetta's painting 'The Brain' (which was the first time he allowed one of his artworks to be reproduced for a record sleeve!). 1998 Castlerelease.
Expect A Great CD!!!!
Ken Murray | waycross, ga. | 07/02/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Expect No Mercy is among my favorite album from Nazareth. Kentucky Fried Blues, Revenge is Sweet, and All The King's Horses are my favorites tracks. A must buy if your a Nazareth fan!!!"
chuck collins | norton ,va. | 08/18/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"If you dont listen to this album today, I hope you break your big toe tonite on your kitchen chair.
An album you can't do without
L. B. Ivarsson | Rock City | 02/04/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
""Expect no mercy" is truly one of the best rock albums of all time. A must have for any fan of rock music!!Usually "Hair of the dog" is considered Nazareth's best album, but "Expect no mercy" is in fact a better one. This album includes at least five of Nazareth's best songs ever. What about the furious and fast masterpiece "Expect no mercy", and the catchy "Gone dead train" with its rhythm & blues influence; "Shot me down" - so melodic you can't get it out of your head? Then you got "Gimme what's mine" which is a raw number with an excellent groove you never get to hear these days, and the very melodic "Place in your heart" - a true hit!The rest of the album is also good and there are indeed no fillers at all on this one. If you get the remastered version you're in for a real treat - the bonus track "Greens"! It's a mystery that song wasn't included on the original album!"Expect no mercy" from 1977 shows Nazareth at their very best. The following years the band lost direction and released a bunch of mediocre albums, often with a more radio friendly sound. But things got better and in 1998 Nazareth released their best album in 20 years - Boogaloo."