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  1. May 16,  · An excellent "Dokken"s album,the perfect soundtrack for an horror-B-movie (or for "A nightmare on elm street Part 3 or 4).heavy and metal sides would have been more convincing if they had been divided into pop and ratervotatito.compsetivobisirernosoundbilphoban.co beehler on previous full lenght was excessively "priesty",here he delegate vocals part to Rob MalnHALFORD" for a massive squeezing balls ratervotatito.compsetivobisirernosoundbilphoban.co a /5(74).
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  3. Exciter is the fifth studio album by the Canadian speed metal band Exciter, released through the Canadian label Maze Music in The album was re-released in Magnetic Air Records and again by Megaforce Records in with the title O.T.T., which stands for Over the ratervotatito.compsetivobisirernosoundbilphoban.co: Heavy metal, speed metal.
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  5. May 12,  · Exciter is the fifth studio album by the Canadian speed metal band Exciter, released through the Canadian label Maze Music in The album was re-released in Magnetic Air Records and again by Megaforce Records in with the title O.T.T., which stands for Over the Top.5/5(13).
  6. Mar 15,  · The fourth track I Hate School Rules was the albums one and only single and ironically the bands worst song on the album, let alone one of the worst Exciter songs of all time. Frankly it was written to appeal to those young Exciter fans out there by going against school authority. It's fine for young boys, but for grown men this song is a joke/5(18).
  7. Exciter switched to a new label, Music for Nations, and traveled to London to record their third album, Long Live the Loud. It was released in and produced by Motörhead producer Guy Bidmead. It contained a slightly more "mainstream" heavy metal sound than the pure speed/thrash metal of the first two .

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