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Four CD box set of live recordings by the unashamedly heavy metal legends The Rods. Formed in 1980, in Cortland, New York by David "Rock" Feinstein (guitar & vocals), Steven Starmer (bass & vocals) and Carl Canedy (drums & vocals). Feinstein had originally come to the musical arena with his more famous cousin Ronnie James Dio in the rock band ELF. The Rods' debut album, 'Rock Hard', was released in 1980, retitled simply 'The Rods' the following year, it was swiftly followed by the 'Full Throttle' EP, material from these releases making up the bulk of CD One which was recorded across two concerts in 1981 and 1982 in HM stronghold, El Paso, Texas. Finding champions in the rock and metal press, especially UK's Kerrang! Magazine, they released the 'Wild Dogs' LP in 1982, their rising popularity making them the perfect opening act for Iron Maiden on their Beast On The Road UK tour, which is captured here on CD Two. A highly prolific band throughout the early 1980s, they released 'In The Raw' (1983), 'The Rods Live' (1983), 'Let Them Eat Metal' (1984) and 'Heavier Than Thou' (1986), shortly after which The Rods went their separate ways for more than two decades. Reunited in 2008 with the Feinstein and Canedy joined by Gary Bordonaro on bass, they became a firm festival favourite, especially in Europe as was captured at the Headbangers Festival in Germany in 2009 which features on CD Three. Comeback album 'Vengeance' was released in 2011 to positive reviews, featuring tracks that had been previously previewed at a performance in their hometown of Cortland, New York in 2010, which is featured here on CD Four. While every effort has been made to produce the best possible audio, limitations in the material drawn from various, non-standard, and unofficial sources means that the quality may not be up to the standard usually expected. All tracks have been included for their historical importance
Four CD box set of live recordings by the unashamedly heavy metal legends The Rods. Formed in 1980, in Cortland, New York by David "Rock" Feinstein (guitar & vocals), Steven Starmer (bass & vocals) and Carl Canedy (drums & vocals). Feinstein had originally come to the musical arena with his more famous cousin Ronnie James Dio in the rock band ELF. The Rods' debut album, 'Rock Hard', was released in 1980, retitled simply 'The Rods' the following year, it was swiftly followed by the 'Full Throttle' EP, material from these releases making up the bulk of CD One which was recorded across two concerts in 1981 and 1982 in HM stronghold, El Paso, Texas. Finding champions in the rock and metal press, especially UK's Kerrang! Magazine, they released the 'Wild Dogs' LP in 1982, their rising popularity making them the perfect opening act for Iron Maiden on their Beast On The Road UK tour, which is captured here on CD Two. A highly prolific band throughout the early 1980s, they released 'In The Raw' (1983), 'The Rods Live' (1983), 'Let Them Eat Metal' (1984) and 'Heavier Than Thou' (1986), shortly after which The Rods went their separate ways for more than two decades. Reunited in 2008 with the Feinstein and Canedy joined by Gary Bordonaro on bass, they became a firm festival favourite, especially in Europe as was captured at the Headbangers Festival in Germany in 2009 which features on CD Three. Comeback album 'Vengeance' was released in 2011 to positive reviews, featuring tracks that had been previously previewed at a performance in their hometown of Cortland, New York in 2010, which is featured here on CD Four. While every effort has been made to produce the best possible audio, limitations in the material drawn from various, non-standard, and unofficial sources means that the quality may not be up to the standard usually expected. All tracks have been included for their historical importance
5013929926028

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Format: CD
Label: HNE
Rel. Date: 03/11/2022
UPC: 5013929926028

Metal Will Never Die: Official Bootleg Box Set
Artist: Rods
Format: CD
New: Available $35.09
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DISC: 1

1. Angels Never Run
2. Get Ready to Rock 'N' Roll 3 Crank It Up
3. Drum Solo
4. Power Lover
5. Rockin' and Rollin' Again
6. Waiting for Tomorrow
7. Get Ready to Rock 'N' Roll
8. Guitar Solo
9. Too Hot to Stop
10. Drum Solo
11. Power Lover
12. Rockin' and Rollin' Again
13. Waiting for Tomorrow
14. Get Ready to Rock 'N' Roll
15. Nothing Going on in the City
16. Too Hot to Stop
17. Crank It Up
18. Guitar Solo
19. Getting Higher
20. Rabid Thunder (Drum Solo)
21. Power Lover
22. Make Me Believer / Raise Some Hell
23. Hurricane
24. Devils Child
25. Let Them Eat Metal
26. Born to Rock
27. Get Ready to Rock 'N' Roll
28. Burned By Love
29. Too Hot to Stop
30. Rabid Thunder (Drum Solo)
31. Violation
32. Waiting for Tomorrow
33. Hot City
34. Cold Sweat and Blood
35. Wild Dogs
36. Nothing Going on in the City
37. Crank It Up
38. Power Lover
39. The Night Lives to Rock
40. Raise Some Hell
41. I Just Wanna Rock
42. Hurricane
43. Devil's Child
44. Let Them Eat Metal
45. Born to Rock
46. Evil in Me
47. Burned By Love
48. Ride Free or Die
49. Ace in the Hole
50. Drum Solo
51. Get Ready to Rock 'N' Roll
52. Metal Will Never Die

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Four CD box set of live recordings by the unashamedly heavy metal legends The Rods. Formed in 1980, in Cortland, New York by David "Rock" Feinstein (guitar & vocals), Steven Starmer (bass & vocals) and Carl Canedy (drums & vocals). Feinstein had originally come to the musical arena with his more famous cousin Ronnie James Dio in the rock band ELF. The Rods' debut album, 'Rock Hard', was released in 1980, retitled simply 'The Rods' the following year, it was swiftly followed by the 'Full Throttle' EP, material from these releases making up the bulk of CD One which was recorded across two concerts in 1981 and 1982 in HM stronghold, El Paso, Texas. Finding champions in the rock and metal press, especially UK's Kerrang! Magazine, they released the 'Wild Dogs' LP in 1982, their rising popularity making them the perfect opening act for Iron Maiden on their Beast On The Road UK tour, which is captured here on CD Two. A highly prolific band throughout the early 1980s, they released 'In The Raw' (1983), 'The Rods Live' (1983), 'Let Them Eat Metal' (1984) and 'Heavier Than Thou' (1986), shortly after which The Rods went their separate ways for more than two decades. Reunited in 2008 with the Feinstein and Canedy joined by Gary Bordonaro on bass, they became a firm festival favourite, especially in Europe as was captured at the Headbangers Festival in Germany in 2009 which features on CD Three. Comeback album 'Vengeance' was released in 2011 to positive reviews, featuring tracks that had been previously previewed at a performance in their hometown of Cortland, New York in 2010, which is featured here on CD Four. While every effort has been made to produce the best possible audio, limitations in the material drawn from various, non-standard, and unofficial sources means that the quality may not be up to the standard usually expected. All tracks have been included for their historical importance
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