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|Studio album by Nazareth|
|Recorded||at The Ganghut, Jamestown, Scotland with Pye Mobile Unit and mixed at AIR Studios, London England December 1972-March 1973|
|Genre||Hard rock, rock and roll|
|Length||34:24 (Original LP Version)
43:19 (with bonus tracks)
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. Woke Up This Morning was re-recorded for this album.
|3.||"Vigilante Man"||Woody Guthrie||5:21|
|4.||"Woke Up This Morning"||3:53|
|6.||"Bad, Bad Boy"||3:55|
|7.||"Sold My Soul"||4:49|
|8.||"Too Bad, Too Sad"||2:55|
|9.||"Broken Down Angel"||3:45|
1996 Castle Communications Bonus Tracks
|10.||"Hard Living" (B-side to Bad Bad Boy single in the UK)||3:03|
|11.||"Spinning Top" (B-side to Bad Bad Boy single in the UK)||3:06|
|12.||"Woke Up This Morning" (original version from Exercises album)||3:13|
|13.||"Witchdoctor Woman" (B-side to Broken Down Angel single, originally released on Nazareth album)||Charlton, McCafferty||4:07|
2001 30th Anniversary Bonus Track
|12.||"Razamanaz" (alternate edit)||3:26|
- This remastered CD added three bonus tracks and extensive liner-notes:
- The master tapes for tracks 10 and 11 could not be located and here were 'cleaned up' from vinyl.
2010 Salvo Records Remaster Bonus Tracks
|14.||"Broken Down Angel"||4:02|
|15.||"Vigilante Man"||Woody Guthrie||5:04|
- BBS sessions were recorded at Maida Vale Studios for the Bob Harris Show on BBC Radio 1. Producer: Pete Rizkema. Engineer: Bill Aitken. First transmission date: 26 March 1973.
- Razamanaz was covered by US punk band The Meatmen on their 1985 album War of the Superbikes.
- Razamanaz was covered by Danish technical thrash metal band Artillery on their 1990 album By Inheritance.
- Razamanaz was also recorded by Quiet Riot vocalist Kevin DuBrow, it appears on In for the Kill, a 2004 covers album.
- Razamanaz was also recorded by the Supersuckers. It appears on the 1992 compilation album The Songs All Sound the Same, listed as 'Razzmanazz'.
- Razamanaz was covered by Norway Band Artch on their 1991 album For the Sake of Mankind.
- Dan McCafferty - lead vocals
- Darrell Sweet - drums, percussion, backing vocals, liner notes
- Pete Agnew - bass guitar, backing vocals
- Manny Charlton - electric and acoustic guitars, slide guitar, banjo, backing vocals
- Roger Glover - producer, bass guitar, percussion
- Alan Perkins - recording engineer (Pye Mobile Recording Unit)
- Patrick Watters, Fin Costello - photography
- Mike Brown - remastering
- Robert M. Corich - remastering, liner notes
- Dave Field - design