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Jag Panzer

A Colorado band formed in 1981, Jag Panzer's style was basic British metal influenced by bands like Judas Priest and Iron Maiden. Originally founded by guitarist Mark Briody, bassist John Tetley, drummer Butch Carlson, and vocalist Harry "The Tyrant" Conklin, they released their debut mini-album in 1983. The band moved to Los Angeles to seek out another guitarist, settling on Joey Tafolla, who contributed a great deal to the group's most memorable material. The group's debut album, Ample Destruction, did not bring success as quickly as Tafolla expected, and he left, eventually joining Alice Cooper's band and recording as a solo artist for Shrapnel Records. Carlson and the Tyrant left shortly thereafter, with the Tyrant briefly joining Riot and later forming his own band, Titan Force. Briody and Tetley re-formed the group in 1987 with a new lineup (including vocalist Daniel Conca), and their resulting demo got them a deal with Auburn Records and the opportunity to record a new album. In 1996, the original lineup reunited (with the exception of Carlson, who was replaced by drummer Rikard Stjernquist) for the album The Fourth Judgement [sic], produced by Jim Morris (Death). Age of Mastery followed in 1998, and two years later Jag Panzer returned with Thane to the Throne. The summer 2001 saw the release of another hard-hitting metal effort, Mechanized Warfare. ~ Steve Huey
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Jag Panzer

  1.   Song
  2.   Take to the Sky
  3.   The Scarlet Letter
  4.   Future Shock
  5.   Unworthy
  6.   Insanity's Mind
  7.   Bloody Crime
  8.   Hell To Pay
  9.   Battered and Bruised
  10.   Metal Melts the Ice
  11.   Feast or Famine
  12.   Condemned to Fight
  13.   Reign of the Tyrants
  14.   The Harkening
  15.   Age of Mastery
  16.   Displacement
  17.   Lustfull and Free
  18.   Generally Hostile
  19.   Spirit Suicide
  20.   Judgement Day
  21.   Forsaken
  22.   Harder Than Steel
  23.   Out of Sight, Out of Mind
  24.   Call of the Wild
  25.   Union
  26.   Starlight's Fury
  27.   Cold
  28.   Tempest
  29.   Iron Shadows
  30.   Tower of Darkness
  31.   Battle Zones
  32.   The Crucifix
  33.   Face of Fear
  34.   Requiem For Lady Macbeth
  35.   The Church
  36.   Take This Pain Away
  37.   Twilight Years
  38.   Ready to Strike
  39.   She Waits
  40.   The Oracle
  41.   Death Row
  42.   Black
  43.   Viper
  44.   In-a-Gadda-Da-Vida
  45.   Symphony of Terror
  46.   Cardiac Arrest
  47.   Three Voices of Fate
  48.   Warfare
  49.   Treachery's Stain
  50.   Spectres of the Past
  51.   All Things Renewed
  52.   Frozen in Fear
  53.   Licensed to Kill
  54.   The Watching
  55.   King At A Price
  56.   Vigilant
  57.   Eyes of the Night
  58.   Shadow Thief
  59.   Call to Arms
  60.   The Setting of the Sun
  61.   Burn
  62.   Sit on My Face
  63.   Moors
  64.   Fall of Dunsinane
  65.   Burning Heart
  66.   The Mission (1943)
  67.   Fate's Triumph
  68.   False Messiah
  69.   Precipice
  70.   Cold Is the Blade (And the Heart That Welds It)
  71.   Cycles
  72.   Chain of Command
  73.   Legion Immortal
  74.   Let It Out
  75.   Sonnet of Sorrow
  76.   Hidden in My Eyes
  77.   Power Surge
  78.   Children of the Sea
  79.   Under the Knife
  80.   Sworn to Silence
  81.   Thane of Cawdor
  82.   Prophecies (Fugue In D Minor)
  83.   Achilles
  84.   Tragedy of Macbeth
  85.   Tyranny
  86.   Black Sunday
  87.   On the Rocks
  88.   Lying Deceiver
  89.   Edge of Blindness
  90.   Overlord
  91.   Choir of Tears
  92.   Iron Eagle
  93.   Fallen Angel
  94.   Recompense
  95.   Rock & Roll Suicide
  96.   The Premonitions
  97.   Banquo's Final Rest
  98.   The Silent
  99.   Despair
  100.   The Downward Fall
  101.   The Book of Kells