Album Title
Artist IconSteel Panther
Artist Icon Feel the Steel
heart off icon (0 users)
transparent blockTransparent icon Next icon

Transparent Block
Cover NOT yet available in
Join Patreon for 4K upload/download access


Your Rating (Click a star below)

Star off iconStar off iconStar off iconStar off iconStar off iconStar off iconStar off iconStar off iconStar off iconStar off icon


Star IconStar IconStar IconStar IconStar IconStar IconStar IconStar IconStar Icon offStar Icon off
Star IconStar IconStar IconStar IconStar IconStar IconStar IconStar IconStar IconStar Icon
Star IconStar IconStar IconStar IconStar IconStar IconStar IconStar IconStar Icon offStar Icon off
Star IconStar IconStar IconStar IconStar IconStar IconStar IconStar IconStar IconStar Icon








2:29
4:02
3:38
3:36
4:37
3:50
3:02
4:24
3:34
4:10
3:56

Data Complete
percentage bar 70%

Total Rating

Star Icon (3 users)

Back Cover
Transparent Block

CD Art
CDart Artwork

3D Case
Transparent Icon

3D Thumb
Transparent Icon

3D Flat
Transparent Icon

3D Face
Transparent Icon

3D Spine
Transparent Icon

First Released

Calendar Icon 2009

Genre

Genre Icon Glam Metal

Mood

Mood Icon Humorous

Style

Style Icon Metal

Theme

Theme Icon ---

Tempo

Speed Icon ---

Release Format

Release Format Icon Album

Record Label Release

Speed Icon Republic Records

World Sales Figure

Sales Icon 0 copies

Album Description
Available in:
Feel the Steel is the second album by hard rock/glam metal band Steel Panther, and their debut major label release. The tracks "Fat Girl", "Stripper Girl" and "Hell's On Fire" are re-recordings from the 2003 debut album Hole Patrol while "Death to All But Metal" is a re-recording from their 2004 contribution to the Metal Sludge compilation Hey That's What I Call Sludge! Vol. 1.[citation needed] Unlike the debut album and their Metal Sludge compilation tracks, Feel the Steel is composed entirely of songs, lacking any spoken word comedy skits present on earlier releases. The video for "Death to All But Metal" features comedian Sarah Silverman. The album debuted on #123 and peaked at #98 on the Billboard 200 chart and peaked at #1 on the Billboard Top Comedy Albums chart.
The album was released June 8, 2009 in the UK, October 6 in North America and December 11 in Australia.
wiki icon


User Album Review
None...


External Album Reviews
None...



User Comments

No comments yet...

Status
Locked icon unlocked

Rank:

External Links
MusicBrainz Large icontransparent block Amazon Large icontransparent block Metacritic Large Icon