Bound For Glory ‎– Warriors Glory

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RRR 95 Bound For Glory Warriors Glory(LP, Album) Rock-O-Rama Records RRR 95 Germany 1990 Sell This Version
RCD 187 Bound For Glory Warriors Glory(CD, Album, RE) Rock-O-Rama Records RCD 187 Germany 1992 Sell This Version
V7 Rec. 30 Bound For Glory Warrior's Glory(CD, Album, RE) V7 Versand V7 Rec. 30 Germany 2004 Sell This Version
none Bound For Glory Warrior's Glory(CD, Album, RE) Strong Survive Records none US 2006 Sell This Version
RCD 135 Bound For Glory Warriors Glory(CD, Album, RE) Rock-O-Rama Records RCD 135 Germany 2007 Sell This Version
none Bound For Glory Warriors Glory(Cass, Album, RE) Maltkross Productions none France 2011 Sell This Version
004 Bound For Glory Warriors Glory(LP, Album, Ltd, Pic, RE) 14 Words Records 004 2018 Sell This Version
none Bound For Glory Warriors Glory(CD, Album, RE) BFG Productions none US Unknown Sell This Version
none Bound For Glory Warriors Glory(CD, Album, RE) BFG Productions none US Unknown Sell This Version

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FantomasRagnarok

FantomasRagnarok

July 12, 2017
referencing Warriors Glory, LP, Album, RRR 95
For me, this is their first and greatest record. An American RAC Masterpiece.
childandhislawnmower

childandhislawnmower

May 2, 2014
referencing Warriors Glory, CD, Album, RE, none
Right wing American Oi! with heavy sound and heavier lyrics. A fantastic combination of angry vocals, brutal fast-march beats, bass line that harks back to the originality of early British Oi! and punk (but unashamedly and comprehensively outdoes it), and grinding guitar that flips comfortably between metal and hard rock, this LP was a personal favourite at the time and outshone most other similarly themed music on offer. Agree with previous review re tracks "Warrior's Glory" and "Capital Punishment", but would also honourably mention "Too Much Honor" and "Onward To Victory". Highly recommended.
waxattack

waxattack

January 7, 2014
edited over 4 years ago
referencing Warriors Glory, CD, Album, RE, RCD 187
Rock-O-Rama released this CD in 1992 with cat. number RCD 187, same as the Werwolf "Ewige Narben" CD.
Also the matrix number was the same for both CD's: HARRY'S BELGIUM RCD 187 02$
Actually all the copies of the "Warriors Glory" RCD 187 were infact playing the "Ewige Narben" album.
The artwork and tracklist on the CD stated it was Bound For Glory but the music was Werwolf's.
This was perhaps the biggest mis-press by Rock-O-Rama and it's now a sought-after collector's item.
The "Warriors Glory" album was eventually re-released with the RCD 135 cat. number with different packaging around 2006, but it looks like a bootleg release.
The first proper CD version of this album was released circa 1995 by the band on their own BFG Productions label.
datsik88

datsik88

March 1, 2009
referencing Warriors Glory, CD, Album, RE, none
If you have an ear for right wing rock music then i strongly suggest you find and purchase a copy of this album! This was the first studio album recorded after the murder of original vocalist Erik Banks, with Joel taking over that role. The sound is much more Oi! in style than any other Bound For Glory release, but still has the heavy, hard metal style that they're known for. Standout tracks are title track Warriors Glory, a definate anthem that would fit well amongst most live favourites from the later releases. Personal favourite has got to be Capital Punishment Now! An angry classic with a shoutalong chorus, surprisingly it wasn't a regular in the live sets, probably because it would start a riot! Bound For Glory are by far the best and most professional sounding band to come from the White Pride music scene and i'm sure if their lyrics were left wing they would've been absolutely massive, even though that was never part of the plan! Any of their albums are worth tracking down, this one is probably the most aggressive sounding. These guys didn't just talk the talk, they walked the walk!