Originally released in 1985, this romantic metal masterpiece was later reissued through the German T&T label with six bonus tracks, some from that time period. Noble Savage showcases David DeFeis' incredible vocal range, Edward Pursino's fiery guitar playing, and a savage rhythm section that gives the sophisticated music primal undertones, thus living up to the album's title. Not only are symphonic elements present, but the band flirted with medieval and jazz influences on a couple of tracks.
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AllMusic Review by Bryan Reesman