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Metalmania LP 1989
Label: Denver #: DCD-1016 Country: Mexico
Info: One of the more common (or rather 'less uncommon') Mexican Metal comps. Rereleased on CD in 2003.

CONTENT
(bold = exclusive track / normal = non-exclusive track / italic = non-metal)



Side A:
1. R.I.P. - Belfagor (Ano De La Metamorfosis)
  Pummeling Speed Metal with too much bass guitar in the mix. Almost comical in its ineptitude.
2. PUÑO DE HIERRO - Angel De La Maldad
  Out-of-tune vocals drags a Heavy/Power standard down to abysmal levels.
3. ROXXY - Sola
  Sloppy melodic HM that's probably the least awful so far. This time only the keyboards are out of tune.
4. ESPIRITU ELECTRICO - Poder
  Close to good Heavy Metal. Too bad rehearsal rooms seem to have been in short supply during the Mexican 80's..
5. ARPAD - Diosa De Orgullo
  There's no saving this melo-Metal trainwreck - not even if the keyboardist would have stopped hammering away frenetically at his instrument of choice.

Side B:
1. PUÑO DE HIERRO - Puño De Hierro
  My doG what is that noise?!?! After an awful intro we get served some almost listenable, German-sounding Speed Metal stock.
2. ESPIRITU ELECTRICO - Espectros
  Another almost-good US-style Power Metal number sounding quite a lot like Helstar.
3. ROXXY - Siempre Tu
  Melodic stuffs, more in the radio-friendly HR vein this time.
4. R.I.P. - El Beso De Judas
  An attempt at very Adramelch-sounding, neo-classical Epic Metal showing plenty of promise. Almost leaves you wanting for seconds.
5. ARPAD - Espero
  A decent ending by way of melodic Metal semi-epicness.
         
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