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The Rivalry

Running Wild

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Album Review

Even before Running Wild was dropped from the roster of Noise, it was obvious that their time was up. Black Hand Inn and Masquerade were both big failures and being faithful to their genre didn't really help the fact that Running Wild repeated themselves for ten years. It seems that Running Wild still haven't learned their lesson; however, The Rivalry is surely a treat to their fans. As a whole it isn't much, but, as usual with Running Wild, The Rivalry has a few standout tracks. The title track, "Kiss of Death," and a few others make sure that an old fan of Running Wild will wait for more. ~ Antti J. Ravelin, Rovi

Biography

Formed: Hamburg, Germany

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

The four-man heavy metal combo from Germany named Running Wild was formed in the mid-'70s by vocalist and guitarist Rolf Kasparak — the only continuing member of the group — plus guitarist Preacher, bassist Stephan and drummer Hasche. The group cut their first demos in 1982 and signed to Noise Records for debut album Gates of Purgatory. A support slot for Mötley Crüe in 1986 gave Running Wild a leg up on other European metal bands, and they toured America soon after. The 1987 album Under...
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The Rivalry, Running Wild
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  • €8.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal
  • Released: 21 January 1998

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