Complete List Of Shotgun Messiah Albums And Discography

This Complete List Of Shotgun Messiah Albums And Songs presents the full discography of  Shotgun Messiah studio albums. Shotgun Messiah was a glam metal band formed in the mid-1980s. The group hailed from the city of  Skövde, Sweden. The group did not release a great deal of material. They left the rock and roll world with three albums and one EP before breaking up in 1993 when grunge music destroyed the hair band glam metal era.  This complete Shotgun Messiah discography also includes a Shotgun Messiah EP album. All these super Shotgun Messiah albums have been presented below in chronological order. We have also included all original release dates with each Shotgun Messiah album as well as all original album covers. Every Shotgun Messiah album listed below showcases the entire album tracklisting.

SHOTGUN MESSIAH STUDIO ALBUMS

Shotgun Messiah

Released 1989. The band’s first album featured a lineup that included Zinny J. San on lead vocals, Harry K. Cody on guitar and backing vocals, Tim Tim on bass and backing vocals and Stixx ON drums

CD Track Listings:

1. Bop City (3:54)
2. Don’t Care ’bout Nothin’ (4:20)
3. Shout It Out (4:11)
4. Squeezin’ Teazin’ (4:05)
5. The Explorer (3:52)
6. Nowhere Fast (3:59)
7. Dirt Talk (4:30)
8. I’m Your Love (4:53)
9. Nervous (4:07)
10. Carnival Exit (0:37)

Second Coming

Released October 22, 1991, The band’s second album featured a new lineup that included a new lead singer in Tim Skold on vocals, Harry Cody on guitar, a new bass player in Bobby Lycon on bass, and Stixx on drums.

CD Track Listings:

1. Sexdrugsrock’n’roll (3:24)
2. Red Hot (4:23)
3. Nobody’s Home (4:45)
4. Living Without You (4:05)
5. Heartbreak Blvd. (4:19)
6. I Want More (6:10)
7. Trouble (4:35)
8. Ride the Storm (3:58)
9. I Wanna Know (4:46)
10. Babylon (2:56)
11. Free (5:13)
12. You & Me (4:15)
13. Can’t Fool Me (4:01)

Violent New Breed

Released September 28, 1993

CD Track Listings:

1. I’m a Gun (3:29)
2. Come Down (3:12)
3. Violent New Breed (4:57)
4. Enemy in Me (4:05)
5. Revolution (3:36)
6. Monkey Needs (3:25)
7. Rain (3:46)
8. Jihad (3:53)
9. Side F/X (2:08)
10. Sex (4:17)
11. Overkill (3:14)
12. I Come in Peace (3:42)

SHOTGUN MESSIAH EP ALBUMS

I Want More

Released 1992. The band’s only EP featured lead singer in Tim Skold on vocals, Harry Cody on guitar, Bobby Lycon on bass, and Stixx on drums.

CD Track Listings:

1. I Want More (4:20)
2. Search and Destroy (3:28)
3. 53rd and 3rd (2:48)
4. Babylon (3:14)
5. Nobody’s Home (acoustic) (4:28)

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