Steeler (American band album)

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Steeler
Studio album by Steeler
Released 1983
Recorded Prairie Sun Recording Studios, Cotati, California
Genre Heavy metal, glam metal
Length 36:51
Label Shrapnel
Producer Mike Varney
Steeler chronology
Steeler
(1983)
Metal Generation: The Steeler Anthology
(2005)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
Metal Forces (7/10)[2]
Martin Popoff 7/10 stars[3]

Steeler is an album by the band of the same name. It was largely recorded at Prairie Sun Studios in Cotati, California, about fifty miles north of San Francisco.[4] It was the only album released by the band until a 2005 compilation album released by Ron Keel. After the album was released the band broke up. In 1983 guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen joined the band Alcatrazz. Ron Keel formed the band Keel.

Track listing[5][edit]

Side one
  1. "Cold Day in Hell" (Ron Keel) - 4:17
  2. "Backseat Driver" (Keel, Mark Edwards) - 3:24
  3. "No Way Out" (Keel, Edwards, Yngwie Malmsteen) - 5:18
  4. "Hot on Your Heels" (Keel) - 6:35
Side two
  1. "Abduction" (Keel, Malmsteen, Rik Fox) - 1:10
  2. "On the Rox" (Keel, Edwards) - 2:54
  3. "Down to the Wire" (Keel, Edwards) - 3:52
  4. "Born to Rock" (Keel, Edwards) - 3:06
  5. "Serenade" (Keel) - 6:15
  • "Hot on Your Heels", contains a three-and-a-half-minute-introduction played by Yngwie Malmsteen
  • "Abduction", is an instrumental serving as an introduction to "On the Rox".

Personnel[6][edit]

Band members
Additional musicians
  • Peter Marrino: additional backing vocals on tracks 3 and 8
Production
  • Arranged by Steeler
  • Produced by Mike Varney
  • Recorded & mixed by Allen Sudduth; recording & mix assisted by Allen Isaacs & Mooka Rennick
  • Mastered by Paul Stubblebine
  • All Songs Published By Varney Metal Music Co. (BMI)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hinds, Andy. "Steeler Steeler review". Allmusic. Rovi Corporation. Retrieved 2011-07-16. 
  2. ^ Doe, Bernard (1983). "Steeler - Steeler". Metal Forces (2). Retrieved 2013-04-20. 
  3. ^ Popoff, Martin (1 November 2005). The Collector's Guide to Heavy Metal: Volume 2: The Eighties. Burlington, Ontario, Canada: Collector's Guide Publishing. ISBN 978-1894959315. 
  4. ^ Youtube - Steeler - Hot on your Heels
  5. ^ Songwriting Credits at discogs; click "more images" for details
  6. ^ Personnel at production at discogs