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  • CD (25 janvier 1994)
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  • Label: Parlophone
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SIGN OF THE HAMMER


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Par orion TOP 100 COMMENTATEURS le 9 février 2009
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Hé, les hommes, les vrais, ça joue à 10. Tous les potards à fond, quoi ! Voilà comment commence cet album de Manowar. Ca met tout de suite dans le bain. Et si vous connaissez le cultissime film parodique "This Is Spinal Tap", ça vous rappellera cette scène où le guitariste explique qu'il a gradué son ampli jusqu'à 11, comme ça, il joue plus fort que les autres. Si c'est pas du Manowar dans le texte, ça !

Bon mais trève de moqueries car ce "Sign Of The Hammer" est à ranger parmi les meilleurs albums des futurs "Kings Of Metal". Parce que, si ce "All Men Play On Ten" qui constitue le hors-d'oeuvre n'est pas l'un des meilleurs morceaux du combo (tout en étant tout à fait respectable, ceci dit), il n'en est pas de même de la suite. Oui, la suite du menu est copieuse.
"Animals", tout d'abord, où Manowar, après un premier titre bien lourd, prend un rythme accéléré. La basse de Joey DeMaio, très présente tout au long de l'album, devient dingue. Eric Adams pousse des cris de déments, rejoint par tout le groupe pour le refrain. La fin du morceau est vraiment furieuse.
Viennent ensuite "Thor (The Powerhead)" et "Mountains", deux magnifiques morceaux épiques. "Thor", tout d'abord, un des classiques du groupe. Les choeurs qui accompagnent le morceau lui donnent son côté grandiose. "Mountains" commence comme une ballade, une pointe de synthé vient même créer une ambiance apaisante mais le rythme monte bien vite puis redescend, comme sur des montagnes russes. Eric Adams nous montre encore qu'il est au top de sa forme et délivre une de ses plus belles prestations de l'album.
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4éme album de Manowar,et quel bel album!!!!!!!!!!!
Sortie de cet opus en 1984,et en concurrence avec (Judas:defenders of the faith),(Maiden:powerslave)et(Saxon:crusader)etc........!!!!
Il faut bien le reconnaître,"Sign of the hammer",mérite amplement sa place auprès de ces autres albums pré-cités!!!!!!!!!!!
8 titres,et 8 titres géniaux!!!!
Un petit coup de coeur,pour"Mountains","Sign of the hammer"et le superbe"Guyana(cult of the damned)!!!!!!!!
Au niveau de cette édition,un petit bémol,l'absence de livret,dommage!!!!!!!
Allez à plus!!!
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Bien qu'ayant 50 ans passés, j'ai découvert le groupe Manowar dernièrement et j'ai trouvé ça excellent musicalement.
J'ai écouté les albums Gods of war et Warriors of the World et du coup j'ai décidé de me procurer leurs premiers albums sur Amazon pour compléter ma cd-thèque.
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"All Men Play On Ten"
"Thor"
"Guyana (Cult Of The Damned)"
"Animal"
faut-il en rajouter? c'est superbe... à en pleurer... les petits jeunes peuvent en prendre de la graine
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HASH(0x9b7d74a4) étoiles sur 5 German Composer Richard Wagner would be pleased! 10 mars 2006
Par Timothy Brown - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I was around 16 or 17 when this record was released, and it was another Masterpiece by the Kings of Metal! This release, like the three before it, is part of the foundation of Manowar's Kingdom.

This is one of my favorite Cd's of all time. It has some of the Heaviest moments in Manowar history, it's raw, stripped down, and heavy. This is what True Heavy Metal is all about. If I were going to give somebody a few CD's to give them an idea of what Manowar is really about, it would be the first 4 CD's, because they truly are a great period for the band. During that time period, information about Manowar was hard to come by here in the United States; the media ignored them, and the critics panned them, and neither had a just cause for doing so - Manowar's musical abilities far outweighed any of the bands that were getting coverage. Joey DeMaio is still the most original bassist around, Eric Adams' voice is simply unbelievable (I've studied voice for the last 6 years - trust me, the guy is incredible). Scott Columbus is simply my favorite drummer. I began playing drums well over 20 years ago, and John Bonham was quickly replaced by Scott Columbus; and we finally come to Ross the Boss - there is not another guitarist around who has the style that Ross has.

The first 4 releases were recorded in Analog - that's why the releases that came out after this had a much different sound, the band began utilizing Digital Recording equipment for the following releases. For me, this CD was the end of an era, because Manowar's sound changed and became a bit more polished and less raw, and it wasn't until they released Triumph of Steel that they regained a lot of the rawness that the digital recording medium of the late 80's seemed to kill.

That said, I would highly recommend this CD to anyone wanting to get a taste of what Manowar was really about.
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HASH(0x9b7d78ac) étoiles sur 5 Neither the 'weakest' nor the 'best ever' 16 septembre 2005
Par Matthew Szymonik - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
If you are a true fan of Manowar and their 'true metal' style, you would do yourself a great injustice by passing this album over. Yes, it is the rarest of all of the titles to find in the stores. No, it does not have that 'explosive' production sound that all of the releases after would have (or even the remasters for that matter). I would agree that this is like a Manowar "unplugged" type album. Very stripped down and basic. The interesting thing to note here is that with the exception of the title song, this entire album was recorded at the same time as "Hail to England". The differences between the two have more to do, I think, with a change of labels and post production than anything else. However, this is a fine album that even I, an extreme Manowar fan, am guilty of overlooking from time to time.

Much faster paced than the two previous records, "Sign of the Hammer" starts out with the obligatory metal anthem that is trademark Manowar. Some have accused these songs as being "cheesey" as others have made the comment about this being the last of their "old sound". In all honesty, there is no "old sound". Manowar always has and always will progress intheir abilities while still remaining true to where they began. Few, if any, bands can honestly lay claim to that. As far as cheesey lyrics, well come on! This is 1984 and yet their FOURTH album since their 1982 debut. If you are old enough to reme,ber what 1984 was really like in terms of music, EVERYTHING was cheesey. Even heavy metal, with sparse exceptions. 'Mountains' is an excelent track. This is one of those Manowar inspirational/strength songs that they have come to be masters of. Unfortunately, knuckle-dragging musical nit-wits lose patience on these kind of songs that Manowar does. As they would prefer the talentless speed smashings of, say, Slayer than to listen to heavy metal that need not always be fast because the people playing it are actual musicians who know how to read, write, compose, and play music with a singer who can actually sing. Which brings me to 'Thunderpick', the Joey DeMaio bass solo that, once again, carries the tradition started in the first album. As one reveiwer stated, "might be impressive from a musicians point of view, but as a listener, well, it's just random noise." To that I have this to say: If it's just random noise you hear, you need to educate yourself in music more. This bass solo is OBVIOUSLY set in a Spanish Flamenco guitar style. If you know anything about Flamenco, it is a very difficult style to master as it goes all around the fretboard. Once again, this proves that Joey has some very serious abilties to back up his words about Manowar being the best. I know this is going to sound lame, but, even my mother who grew up on classical music, classical guitar, and opera was impressed years ago when she heard this and the following song 'Guyana(cult of the damned)' coming through my bedroom wall when I was a kid. She recognized the styles and background of the music. It is because I grew up being exposed and educated in all forms of music, particularly the centuries tested classics, that I am able to recognize Manowar for what they are. True musicians who know how to play well. And they do it hard and LOUD!!!! So it is written in the book of world records.
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HASH(0x9b7d7924) étoiles sur 5 Onward Pounding... 29 août 2002
Par Christian Jorgensen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Yes, Manowar pounds onward. I will propably catch alot of heat for uttering this, but I think that Sign of the Hammer is a great improvement over Hail to England, which I felt lacked some of the power you expect from Manowar.
This time Manowar follow their old reciept, fast and furious metal, mixed with awe-inspiring hymns and exelent musicianship.
Even for non-fans there can be no doubt of the technical exelence of the members of the band.
The album starts out with All Men Play on 10, a good traditional Manowar tune. After that follows Animals, which I consider the albums weakest track. Thor(The Powerhead) is Manowar as we know them, fast, agressive, in-your-face metal. Mountains a Vietnam-hymn, and a traditional Manowar power-balad, is just as awe-inspiring as one would expect. The Oath and Thunderpick are good tunes too, although I feel that the title track and Guyana(Cult of the Damned) stand out here. Both I feel are Manowar classics.
I doubt any Manowar fan would be disapointed in this album. It contains all the qualities that you would expect from the Kings of Metal
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HASH(0x9b7d7cb4) étoiles sur 5 setting the record straight on this straight-up record 13 juillet 2004
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Format: CD Achat vérifié
There's so much misinformation and so many contradictory opinions regarding this album floating around that I feel compelled to try to set the record straight.
First of all, cheaply produced does not mean poorly produced. This album sounds the way it does for a reason. This is a unique recording; it doesn't sound like the garage-band sludge of early Manowar, such as the forgettable "Hail to England" (thank goodness), nor is it the slick, polished "eighties metal" of every record they made afterwards. This is as close as you can get to "Manowar unplugged". It's not really a metal album, but a hard rock album. The sound is dry, clean and tight, to match the songwriting. There are all sorts of brilliant little production touches throughout: the zany discombobulated choir of scattered voices on "Animals' is intentional, as some people don't seem to understand, and adds to the song. Likewise, the album cuts off suddenly after Eric Adams sings "mother, mother, mother" on "Guyana"(which by the way sounds a thousand times better here than on a later version on their second live album). This is a reference to the fact that Jim Jones famously shot himself just after saying those very words, as anyone who knows anything about the People's Temple cult will tell you. These are just two examples among dozens of the thought that went into making this record. Small label, yes, over twenty years old, yes, but high quality.
About the songs: The only problem is that there are only eight of them (really seven, since the bass instrumental really just acts as an intro to "Guyana"). Every song is a world of its own; they're all different. The first is an old-fashioned strutting rocker; the second one of the very few times Manowar has done an "I like girls" song (I guess when you wear leather underwear on stage you have to make sure everybody knows that on occasion); "Thor" is a melodic battle hymn; "Mountains" is the softest thing they have ever done and as good as anything they have ever done; "Sign of the Hammer" and "The Oath" are weird, energetic, scary battle hymns; and "Guyana" is an eerie, long, atmospheric epic.
This album is the place where DeMaio truly found himself as a songwriter, and this album is the place where Adams' vocals are at their absolute peak. His is in great voice, and he shows off both his vocal and emotional range to super effect, and in so doing takes what would otherwise be a very good album and makes it into a real classic.
This is the hardest to find and usually most expensive Manowar cd. It has only seven real songs, and clocks in at around forty minutes. Is it really worth buying? You'd better believe it. In the final analysis, it's just one of those records that has that special "something" that makes the whole greater than the sum of the parts, even though some people just don't seem to "get" it. It is not, as some critics think, their best album, but I can understand why someone could seriously make that case, which is more than I can say for the opinion of anyone who believes early Manowar is the best, or that this album is just thrown together, or that it has anything in common with "Hail to England", etc., etc.
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HASH(0x9b7d7b10) étoiles sur 5 the john.R.Patrick, 'notsogood' review is rubbish,no offence 6 mars 2005
Par Renegade - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
this in my view is one of the best EVER, it is awesome from start to finnish, a diamond in the rough and a little known classic, manowar rule, period, but they oudo themselves here, this IS AWESOME, BUY!!!!, i mean no insult to the reviewer, from one brother of metal to the other, i just disagree, fight on, hail
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