Metal Majesty | This Is Not a Drill

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This Is Not a Drill

by Metal Majesty

Classic hard rock in the vein of Whitesnake, Queen and Blue Murder
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Grim Reeper
5:43 album only
2. Metal Majesty
5:36 album only
3. The Extra Terrestrial
4:47 album only
4. Wonderful Life
5:43 album only
5. Magic Chemistry
4:59 album only
6. Maiden Head
0:49 album only
7. License to Kill
1:16 album only
8. Everytime It Rains Again
4:22 album only
9. Hope and Glory
5:20 album only
10. Deborah
5:04 album only
11. The Moon
5:22 album only
12. Bulgarian Queen/symphony in V - Minor
5:08 album only
13. Rock Nor Roll
6:34 album only
14. Stars Tonight
3:48 album only


Album Notes
Metal Majesty's music on This Is Not A Drill features some of the best harmonly vocals since "Queen's A Night At The Opera" - actually the whole album is a tribute to that kind of sound. Metal Majesty is driven by Holland's Clarkson brothers, Valencia on vocals, bass, guitar and keyboards and David on drums. Valensia Clarkson's debut album arrived in January 1994 and was awarded both a Silver Harp and an Edison (Holland's most prestigious music award). With the Gaia-video - the most expensive video clip ever made for a Dutch artist - Valensia became a pioneer in computer-animated clips in Holland. Internationally, attention was gained when the video was broadcasted on MTV Europe. Worldwide, 'Gaia' sold over one million copies. Valensia's second album, "K.O.S.M.O.S", was once again recorded and mixed at the famous Dutch Wisseloord studios. In Japan, where the album was released before anywhere else, "K.O.S.M.O.S" sold over 40,000 copies the day the album was released. The Lion Music version of This Is Not A Drill contains four more songs than the Japanese release and is also fully remastered Hard Rock/Rock



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