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  • After issuing two albums (1971's self titled debut and 1972's EXERCISES), Scottish rockers Nazareth were aiming for their big commercial breakthrough with their third release, and they delivered it with 1973's RAZAMANAZ. Although many Euro rockers of the day, such as Deep Purple and Yes, were unashamedly British in their progressive rock tendencies, Nazareth's sound and approach had more in common with such straightahead U.S. rockers as Lynyrd Skynyrd and Aerosmith, as well as a new band just starting in Australia around this time, AC/DC.
  • The British record buying public must have been starved for some good old fashioned hard rock, as two tracks from RAZAMANAZ broke into the upper reaches of the U.K. singles chart, "Broken Down Angel" and "Bad Bad Boy." RAZAMANAZ remains Nazareth's strongest and most consistent release.
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