Diamond Head: Lightning to the Nations 5. Samson-Shock Tactics Are these good first choices and how is the sound quality of the current catalogs of these bands? I assume the vinyl for some of them is pretty rare. Barnabas CollinsFeb 3, Location: Sofia, Bulgaria. You might pick up Samson - Live at Reading '81the last concert with Dickinson, great performance.
I have the reissue with the bonus tracks and it's OK production with pretty decent sound for a modern CD. A bit harsh, though, here's the waveform of 'Riding with the Angels':. Location: Kirkharle, Northumberland. Have a listen to Battleaxe, a North East England band from the mids.
Their tracks 'Killer Woman' and 'Radio Thunder' are terrific. Moonbeam Skies likes this. Location: Europe. MaidenpriestEye Of The Storm - Various - New Wave Of British Heavy Metal 79 Revisited (Vinyl 3, Location: Brantford, Canada. All your choices look good - White Spirit is OK if you don't mind keyboards. John Sykes on guitar. Raven - Rock Until You Drop. Location: williston park, ny, usa. Thankfully Dio led Sabbath and Priest enjoyed strong sales during this period. ShawnX likes this.
Those are some fine choices. I'd like to recommend some Tokyo Blade as well, Midnight Rendezvous is a very good album. Rapid FireFeb 3, Jimmy Agates likes this. Angel Witch is fantastic.
Chip ZFeb 3, Location: FL. Trillmeister likes this. Location: Sioux Falls, SD. Savage - Loose 'N' Lethal. Location: United Kingdom. Does anybody remember Wrathchild and is any of there LP) out on CD? CuriosityFeb 4, Location: Los Angeles, Calif. Disc One 1. Disc Two 1. Simply stated, this is the Lars Ulrich tribute collection, with the assistance of noted English rock journalist Geoff Barton.
The metal resurgence was swift, as groups moved independently financed singles, and performed intense sets for the denim and leather clad, long hair punters. Issued as a celebration of the tenth Anniversary of the post-punk metal take-over in the U. The young and hungry aggression from the new guard of metalheads prevails throughout the retrospective, which dates back to an era when the English economy was depressed, and the no-future punk scene was running on empty.
It shows what this band were capable of delivering. What a great track. It has an interesting Eye Of The Storm - Various - New Wave Of British Heavy Metal 79 Revisited (Vinyl and a superb riff.
It is just so anthemic. We have played them a few times, and they are a nice bunch of guys. I think these days, only singer Brian Ross is left from when this was recorded. And where do they put it in the set? Surely, it has to be the last one they do every night! I always liked this single.
I think it was Sean Harris Diamond Head vocalist who bought this when it came out. We always liked to check out what the competition were up to. But this one, we really enjoyed. I listened to it again very recently, and it still sounds very good. Good for them! This is the sort of song Metallica might have once covered.
And that might have made them more well known, giving this song the attention it deserves. I suppose it must annoy some bands that we had four songs covered by Metallica, and they had none. But that was a lucky break for us. Fist were on Neat Records, a small label in the North East of England, and the fact they were not with a bigger company might have Eye Of The Storm - Various - New Wave Of British Heavy Metal 79 Revisited (Vinyl them.
You know, for a long time I thought they were a French band! And Marseille proved it had infiltrated into France. Well, I now know they were British, LP), but this is still a fine song. It also has some unexpected twists in the arrangement.
This is the slowest song of my selection, but works because it is so well paced. I recall seeing this lot play live once, opening in Birmingham. What a thing to happen at the beginning of your set! Now, this is where things might get a little contentious. But I would say this still fits into that category. Musically, it has so much in common with what happened earlier in the decade.
My mates and I loved it so much we learnt all the lyrics, and had a lot of fun quoting words from it at each other. A very distorted guitar sound.
Feb 10, · Various artists - NWOBHM '79 Revisited Disc 1 1. It's Electric - Diamond Head 2. Eye Of The Storm - Sweet Savage 3. Motorcycle Man - Saxon 4. Cheetah - White Spirit 5. Don't Need Your Money - Raven 6. White Lightning - Paralex 7. Getcha Rocks Off - Def Leppard 8. Set The Stage Alight - Weapon 9. Vice Versa - Samson Jan 12, · Here is the first track of the demo by the New Wave of British Heavy Metal band Sweet Savage. The song is called Eye of the Storm. Sweet Savage is an Irish heavy metal . View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of New Wave Of British Heavy Metal '79 Revisited on Discogs. Label: Caroline Records - CAROL LP • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal/5(16). This is for Eye of the Storm, audio CD released While I love the album I was sent, it was clearly not the one I wanted or ordered. I am totally confused. The one I ordered had 15 tracks, starting with Prelude: Eye of the S. T. O. R. M. The cover which was similar had a boat in between the lighting bolts and looks like planet mars/5(21). Apr 04, · Various – New Wave Of British Heavy Metal '79 Revisited Label: Vertigo – PHCR~2 Eye Of The Storm Bass, Vocals [BBC Records REH ] credited to Various Artists from LP " Wheels Of Steel " () [Carrere CAL ] from single B-side of " Backs To The Grind " () [Neat Records NEAT 05] 5/5(2). IRON ANGEL - Eye Of The Storm. Ultra Rare Female Fronted AOR / Melodic Rock CD! $ New Wave Of British Heavy Metal 79 Revisited Various Artists 2 CD box set $ Voivod - Rrroooaaarrr [New CD] UK - Import $ Oceans of Night - Midnight Rising [New CD] $ Voivod - Rrroooaaarrr (Deluxe Expanded Edition)(2CD/1DVD) $. New Wave of British Heavy Metal '79 Revisited, a Various Artists Compilation. Released in on Caroline (catalog no. CAROL LP ; Vinyl 12"). Genres: NWOBHM, Heavy Metal/5(2). this double cd collection of the “new wave of British heavy metal`79 revisited” is a true milestone and a must have for any true metal head, this is where heavy metal got its true calling, this collection contains 30 tracks in all with a nice booklet inlay of all the bands on here including: def leppard, venom, saxon, diamond head, raven. NWoBHM '79 Revisited, a Various Artists Compilation. Released in on Vertigo (catalog no. ; Cassette). Genres: NWOBHM, Heavy Metal. Sweet Savage are a heavy metal band from Belfast, Northern Ireland, formed in Future Dio and Def Leppard guitarist Vivian Campbell was an early member.  Since forming in , Sweet Savage have released three studio albums, three singles and one demo.
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