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  1. Maukus

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    Inside that package was a Spitfire Records repressing of "Rock You To Hell". This CD refueled my interest in this band. Not unlike Armored Saint or Anvil, Grim Reaper are one of those bands that can only be described as heavy metal. Depending on who you ask, this CD is either a fan's favorite or least favorite for several reasons.
  2. Togor

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    "Rock You to Hell" is a wonderful example of 80s hard rock with a bit of an edge. Mostly it is just good fun. The "Explicit" tag is misapplied; one song is a bit naughty, and the title track uses the word "hell". If you ever banged your head while clad in leather, denim, and spikes, then this Grim Reaper album will bring back memories/5(41).
  3. Kazill

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    Grim Reaper was an 80's heavy metal band that put out three amazing albums See You in Hell, Fear No Evil, and Rock You To raycarsimpsicaperranavitytyre.xyzinfo bad management decisions made in the bands heyday caused them to disband after Rock You to Hell their best album in my opinion. I dug this metal gem out of my cd towers after listening to Seven Witches superb cover of See You in Hell.
  4. Akinojinn

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    Grim Reaper Rock You To Hell. 1 Rating. Random Artist Request Random Album Request! Rock You To Hell: Night Of The Vampire: Lust For Freedom: When Heaven Comes Down: Suck It And See: Rock Me 'Till I Die: You'll Wish That You Were Never Born: Grim Reaper CD Chronology: Now Playing: L.A. Guns.
  5. Grozuru

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    Grim Reaper - Rock You To Hell music CD album at CD Universe, Classic death metal reissue from Grim Reaper, 9 tracks including 'Night Of The Vampire', 'Lust For.
  6. Tojakus

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    Apr 30,  · Grim Reaper Rock You To Hell! I Love The Album Art! Side One Rock You to Hell 15/10 Night of the Vampire 9/10 Lust for Freedom 11/10 When Heaven Comes Down 11/10 Suck It & See 6/10 Side Two Rock Me 'Till I Die 13/10 (the solo is so nice!) You'll Wish That You Were Never Born 10/10 Wasted Love 8/10 I Want More 10//5(12).
  7. Shagor

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    Although Beavis and Butt-Head made them into a notorious joke, Grim Reaper was actually capable of turning out some high-quality melodic British metal, even if they took precious little time to become a parody of themselves. The Best of Grim Reaper picks the best tracks from the band's three albums (See You in Hell, Fear No Evil, and Rock You to Hell) and provides a pretty definitive overview.
  8. Brara

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    Rock You to Hell is the third studio album released by the British heavy metal band Grim Reaper in It was released under the RCA label. Among the songs reappearing on Best of Grim Reaper is the vampire-themed song "Suck It and See." Description provided by Wikipedia under Creative Commons Attribution CC-BY-SA /5(30).

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