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Released: 1973 Producer: Roger Glover

After pursuing a Rolling Stones-styled blend of rock and country elements on their first two albums, Nazareth segued into a harder rocking style with 1973's Razamanaz. The resulting album has a lot of energy and drive and much of this can be credited to Roger Glover's production, which tempers the group's tendency to experiment with different musical styles by imposing an overall sound that play's up the group's hard rock edge. The end… read more

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  • A rip-off of Deep Purple's 'Speed King'. (A huge inspiration for writing this song according to Nazareth band member(s)
  • Am looking for the song call dieing breed.Hope someone can help me out,
  • bad bad Girl ♪ hahaaaha
  • PERFEITO!!!!
  • Masterpiece.
  • One of the first albums I got on vinyl way back when, and was instantly one of my favourites. Just found the CD burried under junk (I'd forgotten I'd got it)and it's still as good as ever.
  • I agree! Really great album. It was my first touch with nazareth and i got hooked. Gotta love those Graspy vocals!
  • This was my first album. I think I was 12 years or something. Just can't stop listen.

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