War of Words


War of Words

Infobox Album
Name = War of Words
Type = studio
Artist = Fight


Released = September 14, 1993
Recorded =
Genre = Heavy metal/Groove metal
Length = 59:26
Label = Epic
Producer =
Reviews =*Allmusic Rating|4|5 [http://allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:zvue4j171wav link]
This album = "War of Words"
(1993)
Next album = "Mutations"
(1994)

:"For the song by Irish ska pop band The Blizzards, see War of Words (song)."

War of Words was the first album from the heavy metal band Fight. It was released in 1993 on Epic Records.

Track listing

# "Into the Pit" - 4:13
# "Nailed to the Gun" - 3:38
# "Life in Black" - 4:34
# "Immortal Sin" - 4:39
# "War of Words" - 4:29
# "Laid to Rest" - 4:40
# "For All Eternity" - 4:42
# "Little Crazy" - 3:49
# "Contortion" - 4:35
# "Kill It" - 3:30
# "Vicious" - 3:11
# "Reality, a New Beginning" - 13:18
* "Jesus Saves" - hidden track, starts at 9:43All tracks composed by Rob Halford.

Charts

Album - Billboard (North America)Singles{| border=1 cellspacing=0 cellpadding=2 width="60%"!align="left"|Year!align="left"|Single!align="left"|Chart!align="left"|Position
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align="left"|1993
align="left"|"Little Crazy"
align="left"|Mainstream Rock Tracks
align="left"|21
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