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Download links and information about Warhorse by Warhorse. This album was released in 1970 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 01:10:09 minutes.

Artist: Warhorse
Release date: 1970
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal
Tracks: 12
Duration: 01:10:09
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No. Title Length
1. Vulture Blood 6:13
2. No Chance 6:22
3. Burning 6:17
4. St Louis 3:50
5. Ritual 4:54
6. Solitude 8:48
7. Woman of the Devil 7:16
8. Ritual (Bonus Track) [Live] 5:06
9. Miss Jane (Bonus Track) [Demo] 3:37
10. Solitude (Bonus Track) [Live] 4:52
11. Woman of the Devil (Bonus Track) [Demo] 6:45
12. Burning (Bonus Track) [Live] 6:09



Warhorse's self-titled debut was a progressive rock-heavy rock meld that was even less humorless than that of Deep Purple, let alone Black Sabbath, the band that they got compared to most frequently. There's a bit of art rock in the Hammond organ, and an operatic earnestness to Ashley Holt's lead vocals. Titles like "Vulture Blood," "Burning," "Ritual," "Solitude," and "Woman of the Devil" are indicative of the group's desire to set a menacing mood, although the songs don't really forcefully hit the mark for which they were probably targeted. A cover of an Easybeats song ("St. Louis"), of all things, is the only non-original. Angel Air's CD reissue adds bonus live versions of four of the album's songs, as well as a demo, "Miss Jane," of a tune that didn't appear on the original LP.