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Doro - Powerful Passionate Favorites (2014)

Siempre levanta la máxima expectación
cualquier trabajo de Dorothee Pesh ,
sea caul sea el contenido.
En esta excusa perfecta
para ofrecernos pocas novedades
es la celebración del 30 aniversario
de su nacimiento en el mundo de la música
y para ello reedita su album "Raise your fist"
con el añadido de un segundo album
titulado "Powerful passionate favorites"
que contiene viejos temas con nuevas mezclas,
versiones (alguna inédita,es cierto,pero no todas
como nos quieren hacer creer por parte de los publicistas)
nuevos arreglos y pocos temas nuevos.

Artist: Doro
Title Of Album: Powerful Passionate Favorites
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Nuclear Blast
Genre: Heavy Metal, Female Vocal
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 43:39 Min
Total Size: 107 Mb


01. It Still Hurts (The ballad of Doro and Lemmy, with a new mix from Jacob Hansen)
02. Lève Ton Poing Vers Le Ciel (The french version of the single ‘Raise Your Fist In The Air’)
03. Babe I´m Gonna Leave You (DORO’s cover version of the LED ZEPPELIN classic)
04. Nutbush City Limits (DORO’s cover version of the TINA TURNER classic)
05. Only You (New version of the track, which was written by Gene Simmons (KISS) in the year 1990 for DORO)
06. Egypt (The Chains Are On) (Cover-version of her favorite Ronnie James DIO song, the true hero of Doro)
07. Nothing Else Matters (DORO’s cover version of the most popular METALLICA classic)
08. Warfare (New song, which will be featured alongside the movie „Anuk 2”, where Doro again acts as the warrior Meha)
09. NYC Blues (Home-recorded demo-version of a new track, recently recorded at Doro’s apartment in New York)

German heavy metal/hard rock goddess Doro Pesch is best-known for her years
with the band Warlock, but she has had a long solo career and continued
to command a small but loyal following (especially in Europe) long after
Warlock's demise. Pesch, who only uses her first name professionally,
was born in Dusseldorf, Germany, on June 3, 1964. Although she grew up
in a country where German is the primary language, Pesch fluently speaks
English and has done most of her singing in English, something she has
in common with the Scorpions, Accept, and other German headbangers.
Pesch was only in her late teens when, in the early '80s, she started
singing lead for an obscure Dusseldorf-based metal band called
Snakebite. But in 1983, she left Snakebite and became the lead singer
for Warlock, a forceful yet melodic fantasy metal outfit along the lines
of Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, and Ronnie James Dio. At
the time, heavy metal and hard rock were very male-dominated, but thanks
to various ladies of loudness — including Joan Jett, Pat Benatar,
Heart, Girlschool, Lita Ford, and the Runaways — headbangers had grown
more comfortable with the idea of women singing aggressive,
balls-to-the-wall rock. But there weren't that many women singing gothic
fantasy metal and getting into lyrics about witches, demons, ghosts, or
sorcerers; Jett, Benatar, Ford, and Heart's Ann Wilson were mainly
singing about love, romance, and sex. So when Pesch belted out Warlock's
fantasy-oriented lyrics and did so with as much aggression as Ozzy
Osbourne or Ronnie James Dio, she stood out. After playing the
Dusseldorf club scene for several months and acquiring a small local
following, Warlock recorded a demo and was signed by the independent
Mausoleum label; after that, the band ended up recording for
Mercury/Polygram (where Pesch remained for 11 years). Warlock's debut
album, Burning the Witches, was released on Mercury in 1984 and was
followed by Hellbound in 1985, True As Steel in 1986, and Triumph &
Agony in 1987. That year, Warlock toured Europe as an opening act for
Dio, but Warlock didn't tour the United States until 1988 (when the band
opened for Megadeth on an extensive North American tour). Although
Warlock had an enthusiastic cult following, it wasn't the huge following
the headbangers were hoping for. So in 1989, the name Warlock was put
to rest and Pesch started billing herself as a solo artist. As a solo
act, she didn't inundate listeners with the sort of gothic fantasy
themes that Warlock was known for. Released in 1989, Pesch's debut solo
album, Force Majeure, is more pop-metal/hard rock than gothic fantasy
metal — the album is closer to Crimes of Passion-era Pat Benatar than
Iron Maiden, Queensrÿche, or King Diamond. The singer's second album,
Doro (which contains her cover of the Electric Prunes' psychedelic hit
"I Had Too Much to Dream") was released by Mercury in 1990 and was
followed by her third solo album, True at Heart (a European release), in
1991. A few years after that, Pesch and similar artists suffered a
major setback. When grunge icons Nirvana and Pearl Jam exploded
commercially in 1992 and 1993, alternative rock became rock's primary
direction and all of a sudden, the styles of metal and hard rock that
had been huge in the '80s were out of vogue. There were still plenty of
metal bands getting signed to major labels, but they were alternative
metal bands — not pop-metal hair bands and not gothic fantasy metallers
in the Sabbath/Priest/Maiden tradition. In this brave new rock world,
the women who defined heavy rock were folks like Babes in Toyland, L7, 7
Year Bitch, and Hole's controversial Courtney Love; Pesch, like
Benatar, Wilson, and Ford, was considered part of metal/hard rock's Old
School. Nonetheless, Pesch continued to command a small but loyal
following — especially in Europe — and kept touring and recording as a
solo artist. In 1993, two Pesch albums were released by Polygram in
Europe: Angels Never Die (her fourth solo album) and Doro Live (her
first live album and fifth album overall). In 1995, Polygram released
Machine II Machine in Europe; that year, her contract with Polygram
ended and she signed with WEA in Europe. It was also in 1995 that Pesch
made her acting debut with a role on the German television series
Verbotene Liebe (Forbidden Love). The headbanger's next album, Love Me
in Black, came out on Warner Bros. in Europe in 1998; that year, she
parted company with WEA and signed two deals — one with Koch in the
U.S., the other with SPV Steamhammer in Europe. In 1999, Pesch recorded
Calling the Wild, which was released in both Europe and the U.S. in
2000. Calling the Wild was her first North American release since 1990's
Doro; True at Heart, Angels Never Die, Doro Live, Machine II Machine,
and Love Me in Black had only been released in Europe, although the CDs
were sold in U.S. stores as imports.

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