Doro Pesch, who first came to prominence fronting Warlock on their 1984 debut Burning the Witches, marks three decades in the Business of Rock by re-releasing 2012's Raise Your Fist.
The reissue is accompanied by a new CD, Powerful Passionate Favorites, which includes cover versions of tracks by Metallica, Dio and Led Zeppelin, and a duet with Lemmy. The track listing for the new disc follows, while the full album (including Raise Your Fist) is streamed below.
It Still Hurts: duet wiuth Lemmy (new mix)
Léve Ton Poing Vers Le Ciel: French version of the single Raise Your Fist In The Air
Babe I´m Gonna Leave You: Led Zeppelin Cover
Nutbush City Limits Ike & Tina Turner cover
Only You: new version of 1990 track written for Doro by Gene Simmons
Egypt (The Chains Are On): cover of Dio song
Nothing Else Matters: Metallica cover
Warfare: from the movie Anuk II, in which Doro appears as the warrior Meha
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