On this 1977 album, Nazareth makes a full-blooded return to the hard rock sound they had neglected since their success with Hair of the Dog. The result is a potent, driving slab of hard rock that will please Nazareth fans and devotees of 1970s hard rock alike. The album sets its frenzied tone right off the bat with its title track, a blistering rocker that features Dan McCafferty spitting out a sharp-edged vocal about life's cruelty over a series of fast and relentless guitar riffs. The remainder of the album prominently features a similarly brutal string of rockers: standouts include "Revenge Is Sweet," a paean to getting even that combines chugging guitar riffs…
Razamanaz is the third studio album by the Scottish hard rock band Nazareth, released in 1973. It was the band's first LP record to break the charts and was produced by Deep Purple's Roger Glover who the band was on tour with at the time. Loud 'n' Proud is the fourth studio album by Nazareth, and their second to be released in 1973.
Classic live concert from Scottish hard rockers Nazareth recorded at the height of their career in 81 and digitally remastered! Features the international hits Love Hurts, Hair Of The Dog, Razamanaz, Holiday and more!
Animals is a compilation album by the Scottish hard rock band Nazareth, released in 2005. Nazareth are a Scottish hard rock band formed in 1968, that had several hits in the United Kingdom in the early 1970s, and established an international audience with their 1975 album Hair of the Dog. Perhaps their best-known hit single was a cover of the ballad "Love Hurts", in 1975. The band continues to record and tour.
'No Means Of Escape' combines a live set by Nazareth, filmed before a select audience at London's famous Metropolis Studios, with a documentary 'Made In Scotland', which tells the full story of Nazareth's remarkable career from their formation in 1968, to their breakthrough in the 1970s and right through to their ongoing career in the present day. The concert features hit tracks and album favorites from across the years while the documentary contains classic footage and new interviews with past and present members of the band including now retired lead singer Dan McCafferty.