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Manilla Road - Metal FLAC Performer: Manilla Road
Album: Metal
Country: US
Released: 1982
Style: Heavy Metal
Label: Roadster Records
Genre: Rock
Catalog #: MR 1002
Size FLAC: 2404 mb.
Size MP3: 2417 mb.
Rating: 4.9/5
Votes: 976
Record Source: Vinyl, LP, Album


2Far Side Of The Sun4:51
3Queen Of The Black Coast4:20
5Enter The Warrior5:15
6Out Of Control With Rock 'N' Roll4:10
7Cage Of Mirrors8:36


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
HRR 262Manilla Road Metal ‎(LP, Album, RE)High Roller RecordsHRR 262Germany2012
HRR 262Manilla Road Metal ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Cle)High Roller RecordsHRR 262Germany2012
HRR 262Manilla Road Metal ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Bon)High Roller RecordsHRR 262Germany2018
HRR 262Manilla Road Metal ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Red)High Roller RecordsHRR 262Germany2012
IROND CD 04-DD215Manilla Road Metal ‎(CD, Album, RE)Irond, Dark DivisionIROND CD 04-DD215Russia2005


  • Backing Vocals, Drums, PercussionRick Fisher
  • Bass GuitarScott Park
  • DesignManilla Road, Stephen Pierce
  • Design [Front Cover Art Redesigned By], Artworkmusicforward
  • EngineerLarry Funk
  • Lead Vocals, GuitarMark Shelton
  • ProducerJon Miller , Larry Funk, Manilla Road


Includes a one side printed inner sleeve.

METAL was recorded and mixed at Miller Studio, N. Newton, Ks., February 1982. METAL was mastered and pressed at QCA Custom Pressing, Inc. 2832 Spring Grove Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 45225.


  • Recorded At – Miller Studios
  • Mixed At – Miller Studios
  • Mastered At – QCA Custom Pressing
  • Pressed By – QCA Custom Pressing


Metal is second album released by heavy metal band Manilla Road in 1982. Enter the Warrior - 5:18. Defender - 2:02. Queen of the Black Coast - 4:23. Metal - 6:10. Out of Control with Rock & Roll - 4:15. Cage of Mirrors - 8:40. Far Side of the Sun - 4:55. Mark Shelton - Lead vocals, 6- and 12- string guitars. Scott Park - Bass Guitar. Rick Fisher - Backing vocals, Drums and percussion. Metal, Invasion - Manilla Road. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Contrary to popular belief, Manilla Road was only split up between 1992-1994. The band reformed in 1994 and continued to play local shows until Mark was contacted by the Bang Your Head festival in 2000. Mark Shelton started a new project called The Circus Maximus in 1992. This project created one album which the record label released under the Manilla Road name in order to sell more copies. Read more. Songs in album Manilla Road - Metal 1982. Manilla Road - Enter The Warrior. Manilla Road - Defender. Manilla Road - Queen Of The Black Coast. Manilla Road - Metal. Manilla Road - Out Of Control With Rock n' Roll. Manilla Road - Cage Of Mirrors. Manilla Road - Far Side Of The Sun. Open The Gates - Manilla Road. Manilla Road - Metal 1982. Manilla Road - Mystification 1987 Full Album. mpampis flou. Epic HeavyPower Metal USA Mark Shelton - Guitars, Vocals Scott Park - Bass Randy Foxe - Drums, Keyboards, Vocals. Up From The Crypt. Manilla Road was an American heavy metal band from Wichita, Kansas, USA, forming around its master of lead guitar Mark 'The Shark' Shelton vocals and guitar. They are considered to one of the early pioneers of the epic metal subcategory of traditional heavy metal and one of the most influential bands in that style. Manilla Road was created by Shelton in 1977 with high school friends Benny Munkirs, Rick Fisher and brothers Robert and Scott Park. After playing in local bars, the group first gained attention with their song Herman Hill, inspired by the Herman Hi read more. Despite its suggestive title and the band's subsequent heavy metal legacy, Manilla Road's first album, Invasion, had owed far more to the progressive space rock of late-'70s Rush as well as, curiously, the earthy hard rock of Montrose than anything as metallic as Black Sabbath or Iron Maiden. MANILLA ROAD Atlantis Rising. Album 2001 Heavy Metal. Manilla Road sat out most of the 1990s, with Mark the Shark attempting to put the project to bed after 1990's The Courts of Chaos and then, after the record company insisted on releasing his solo Circus Maximus album as a Manilla Road release, forcing the issue by taking a nearly decade-long hiatus from music. In retrospect, this hiatus feels like it was a decidedly wise move - the musical scene in the 1990s had moved on from the more fantasy-friendly days of 1980s metal, especially in the US, and taking this time off both