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Let Them Eat Metal
Rods
Let Them Eat Metal
Genres: Rock, Metal
 
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Reissue/ CD debut of the American metal trio's sixth & final album for the Music For Nations label. First released in 1984, this was their sixth album overall & last ever. Contains all of the original LP's nine cuts, plus ...  more »

      
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All Artists: Rods
Title: Let Them Eat Metal
Members Wishing: 5
Total Copies: 0
Label: MSI:HIGH VAULTAGE
Release Date: 12/14/1998
Album Type: Extra tracks, Import
Genres: Rock, Metal
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Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1

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Reissue/ CD debut of the American metal trio's sixth & final album for the Music For Nations label. First released in 1984, this was their sixth album overall & last ever. Contains all of the original LP's nine cuts, plus four bonus tracks, 'You'd Better Run', 'Life On The Edge', 'Evil Woman/Popeye's Drum Solo' and 'Too Hot To Stop'. 13 tracks total. 1998 High Vaultage Records release.

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CD Reviews

Vintage Stripped Down Metal at it's Best!
Glen Mallory | Lawrenceville, PA | 10/04/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This album is a time trip back to the early 80's music scene. No "Glam" here. Just a raw power trio cranked up and smokin'. I've had this album in my collection for over 15 years now and I'm glad they are reissuing it, since my copy is worn out! Not perfect, but a fun record. The sometimes muddy mix loses the lyrics and the lead guitar work on occasion. The lyrics can get a bit tedious since they verge on the death metal side every now and then, but if you want a hard CD that will help you stay awake and drive cross country, this will. Not for the faint hearted. Track nine is possibly the ultimate "Telling Off Your ExGirlfriend Tune." The title track will have the guy in the next lane glaring at you if you crank it up with the windows down, but ignore him and just floor it when the light changes. The Rods are real memory lane nasty school boy stuff like old AC/DC and Judas Priest, just pared down to the basic elements. 'Nuff said."