Fear No Evil may refer to: Psalm 23. Fear No Evil (1945 film), 1945 film directed by Giuseppe Maria Scotese. Fear No Evil (1969 film), a 1969 made-for-television horror film. Fear No Evil (1981 film), 1981 horror film directed by Frank LaLoggia. Fear No Evil (book), a book by Natan Sharansky. Fear No Evil (Grim Reaper album), 1985 album by Grim Reaper. Fear No Evil (Slaughter album), a 1995 album by Slaughter. Fear No Evil (Doro album), a 2009 album by Doro.
Band Name Slaughter (USA). Album Name Fear No Evil. Лейблы CMC International. Музыкальный стильHard Rock. Владельцы этого альбома31. 1. Live Like There's No Tomorrow.
Fear No Evil (CD, Album, RM). Victor. Fear No Evil (Cass, Album). Fear No Evil (Cass, Album, Unofficial). Western Thunder Records.
Slaughter released their third album "Fear No Evil" in 1995. While melodic rock music was no longer the "in thing" by this time, Slaughter paid no attention to trends, and made what many have considered their best album. While listening to this record you'd never have noticed that bands like Alice in Chains and STP were ruling the airwaves at the time. Song wise this album is their most mature and well-written effort to date, while simultaneously having some of their heaviest tracks.
To retaliate, Slaughter stuck together and became one of the first hair metal bands to sign with CMC International, an independent label who decided to preserve pop-metal for the late '90s. Fear No Evil, the first record Slaughter released on CMC, isn't a triumphant comeback, but it isn't bad either. They never were among the best pop-metal groups, lacking the hooks and charisma to make it to the top, but Fear No Evil shows that they could rock harder than anyone would have expected
Fear No Evil is the eleventh studio album of the German female hard rock singer Doro. It was released worldwide in 2009 by AFM Records. The album was produced and engineered by usual collaborators Andreas Bruhn, Chris Lietz and Tosten Sickert and reflects in the songs a strong celebrative mood.
This album has an average beat per minute of 139 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 97/211 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Fear No Evil. BPM Profile Fear No Evil. Album starts at 117BPM, ends at 211BPM (+94), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Slaughter.
Fear No Evil is the third studio album by American glam metal band Slaughter. The record was completed while the band was still signed by Chrysalis in 1994. It was finally released in 1995 with CMC International Records. The album was preceded by the troubles and controversies of the band
Fear No Evil is the third studio album from hard rock band Slaughter. The album was preceded by the troubles and controversies of the band. Singer Mark Slaughter came from a nodule surgery on his vocal cords (1992), guitarist Tim Kelly was charged with drug trafficking, and bassist Dana Strum was rehabilitating from a dirt bike accident that injured his playing hand.
|1||Live Like There's No Tomorrow|
|2||Get Used To It|
|4||It'll Be Alright|
|5||Let The Good Times Roll|
|6||Breakdown N' Cry|
|11||Outta My Head|
|13||For Your Dreams|
|CMC 7403||Slaughter||Fear No Evil (CD, Album)||CMC International Records||CMC 7403||US||1995|
|SPV 085-76002||Slaughter||Fear No Evil (CD, Album)||CMC International Records, Steamhammer||SPV 085-76002||Germany||1995|
|VICP-5538||Slaughter||Fear No Evil (CD, Album, RM)||Victor||VICP-5538||Japan||1995|
|CMC 7403||Slaughter||Fear No Evil (Cass, Album)||CMC International Records||CMC 7403||US||1995|
|WT-015||Slaughter||Fear No Evil (Cass, Album, Unofficial)||Western Thunder Records||WT-015||Ukraine||1995|