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The Complete Albums 1979-1988
Baptizm of Fire ((Expanded & Remastered))
Baptizm of Fire is the debut solo album by Judas Priest guitarist Glenn Tipton released in 1997. It was recorded and mixed at Devonshire and Ocean Studios, U.S.A. and Monnow Valley, Battery, Olympic and The Gazebo Studio, U.K. Written and recorded in years 1994-1996 Management done by Bill Curbishley and Co-ordination done by Jayne Andrews.
Crucible is an album by the heavy metal band Halford released in 2002. A remixed and remastered edition was released in 2010. In contrast with the retrospective approach of the previous Halford album, Resurrection, Crucible was an intentional effort to depart from the traditional metal themes. The album has been described as "hard[er], darker, and more moody than Resurrection".
FM Radio Covered
Shock Tactics (Bonus Track Edition)
Shock Tactics is the third studio album by British heavy metal band Samson, released in 1981. It was singer Bruce Dickinson's last one with the band before joining Iron Maiden.
The Original Rock Goddesses
Welcome to the Nightmare - an All-Star Salute to Alice Cooper
Thundersteel is the sixth studio album by American heavy metal band Riot, released after coming back from a period of inactivity in the mid-80s. It features a totally different line-up from that of the previous work, with guitarist Mark Reale being the only remaining member.
It was re-issued in 2003 by Collectables Records with slightly amended artwork and re-issued on 180g vinyl as a 2-LP set with The Privilege of Power by SPV on February 25, 2013. The album originally charted at No. 150 on Billboard 200
The song "Thundersteel" was originally written by Mark Reale and Don Van Stavern for Narita, a short-lived project Reale formed with members of S.A.Slayer following the demise of Riot in 1984. A demo released by Narita exists, with "Thundersteel" and two other tracks: "Liar" and "The Feeling Is Gone". The song's cover appears as a bonus track on 2013 album "Possession" by the Polish heavy metal band Crystal Viper.
The song "Flight of the Warrior" was covered by the Swedish heavy metal band HammerFall on their 2008 album Masterpieces.
Staying A Life (Live)
Staying a Life is a double live album by Accept, released in 1990. It was recorded in Osaka, Japan, in 1985. It was released in 1990, shortly after the band's first breakup. It was mixed by Uli Baronowsky at Dierks Studios, Stommeln. Live footage from the 1985–1986 world tour was released in VHS also in 1990, with the same title and cover art. "Neon Nights", "Burning", "Head Over Heels", and "Outro" are omitted from the single disc edition.
Live In The Roar
Tygers Of Pan Tang
The Neon God, Pt. 1: The Rise
Best Of Grim Reaper
Best of Grim Reaper is a compilation album by Grim Reaper. The songs are drawn from Grim Reapers singles and albums, including the three albums which made the Billboard 200 Albums Chart.
Nailed to Metal
Let Them Eat Metal
Children of Madness
Paul Di'Anno's Battlezone
Visual Lies (Remastered)
Visual Lies was the 3rd album by L.A. metal band Lizzy Borden and the only one to feature future David Lee Roth and Ozzy Osbourne guitarist Joe Holmes, credited as J. Holmes.
It features their best known song "Me Against The World" for which the band shot a promotional video. The track was also featured in the 1987 heavy-metal horror film, Black Roses. The movie remains a cult-classic among 80's glam metal fans.
Generation Nothing is the tenth studio album from American heavy metal band Metal Church. The album is their first after their late 2012 reunion, and their fourth and last to feature vocalist Ronny Munroe.
On July 12, 2013 the album title was revealed.
All Systems Go! The Neat Anthology
Forged in Fire
Two Minutes To Midnight: A Millennium Tribute To Iron Maiden
License To Kill
Warrior Of The Rising Sun
Alive & Kicking
Heaven & Hell
Doctor, Doctor - The Kulick Sessions
Armored Saint - EP
Armored Saint (EP) is the first studio effort by American heavy metal band Armored Saint. It was released in 1983 on Metal Blade Records. Chrysalis Records signed the band in 1984 after listening to the EP. Opening track "Lesson Well Learned" was previously featured on Metal Blade's compilation Metal Massacre II in 1982. The EP is featured on the 2001 compilation Nod to the Old School.
Vicious Rumors is the third album by the American heavy metal band Vicious Rumors, released in 1990.
A music video was made for "Don't Wait for Me".
Don't Believe in Love
Silicon Messiah is the debut studio album by English heavy metal band Blaze Bayley, then known as Blaze, released in 2000. The South American and Japanese versions of the album include several bonus tracks. The cover artwork on the album features a number of images of people with their skin coloured blue and covered with what appears as computer circuitry.
The album was highly acclaimed by critics.
Numbers From The Beast: An All-Star Tribute To Iron Maiden
The Right To Rock
The Right to Rock is the second studio album by American glam metal band Keel. It was the first to be produced by Kiss's Gene Simmons under their new label Gold Mountain Records. When the band started recording the album, drummer Bobby Marks left. He was replaced by different drummers: Fred Coury, Barry Brandt and Steve Riley. Dwain Miller eventually became the band's permanent drummer before the album was released. The band had only written three songs when the label sent them to the studio, therefore Keel covered three Gene Simmons demos and re-recorded three songs from their debut album - Tonight You're Mine was renamed to You're the Victim, I'm the Crime for this album.
Silver and Gold
Adrian Smith and Project
Metallic Assault - A Tribute to Metallica
Metallic Assault: A Tribute to Metallica is a tribute album to thrash metal band Metallica. The album features Metallica covers played not by formal bands, but collaborations between musicians from several bands. Songs from Kill 'Em All all the way to Metallica, with the exception of ...And Justice For All are featured. Robert Trujillo, who later joined Metallica in 2003 plays bass on two tracks.
Journey to the Secret Place
Steel the Light
We Reserve the Right
Mutations is a compilation album released by the heavy metal band Fight in 1994. It features live recordings alongside studio remixes of songs from War of Words.
British Lion is the debut solo album from Steve Harris, best known as the bassist and primary songwriter for the British heavy metal band Iron Maiden. The album was announced on 18 July 2012 and released on 24 September.
Theatre of the Damned
A Light in the Black - A Tribute to Ronnie James Dio
Burning The Witches
Burning the Witches is the debut studio album by German heavy metal band, Warlock, released in 1984 through the Belgian independent label Mausoleum Records. The album was re-released in late 1984 by Vertigo Records, which went on to release all future Warlock albums.
The Best Of
Under The Blade
Under the Blade is the debut studio album by American heavy metal band Twisted Sister, released on Secret Records on September 18, 1982. It was produced by UFO and Waysted bassist Pete Way and featured a very brutal and rough sound, which was eventually totally ignored on a remixed re-release by Atlantic Records on July 14, 1985. The re-release also added a remixed version of the song "I'll Never Grow Up, Now", the band's long forgotten 1979 single. The Atlantic Records release was both a try to emphasize on the commercial success of Stay Hungry and, by then the only official way to get the album as Secret Records was no more. However, bootlegs with the original mix were still in circulation. On May 31, 2011, Eagle Records re-released Under the Blade in a digital remastered form with the original mix finally restored. Under the Blade has sold over two million copies worldwide.
The track "Bad Boys Of Rock 'N Roll" is a new recording of a track that appeared earlier on the 1981 compilation "Homegrown Album"
Steeler is the debut studio album by the American heavy metal band of the same name, released in 1983. It was largely recorded at Prairie Sun Studios in Cotati, California, about fifty miles north of San Francisco. It was the only album released by the band until a 2005 compilation album released by singer Ron Keel. After the album was released the band broke up. Guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen joined the band Alcatrazz, bassist Rik Fox would form Sin, drummer Mark Edwards signed on with Lion, while Ron Keel would spin off Steeler into Keel.
Walking in the Shadows
Steve Grimmett's Grim Reaper
Fight For The Rock
Fight for the Rock is the third full-length album by the American heavy metal band Savatage. It is their first album with new bass player Johnny Lee Middleton, who has since become the only member to appear on each subsequent Savatage album since.
Released in 1986, it is largely regarded as the band's worst release by both fans and band members, with the band referring to it as "Fight for the Nightmare". Jon Oliva said in October 1994, "I've never really been fond of that album. WE'VE never been fond of that album". The band said that they were driven to make the record by their label, Atlantic Records; particularly Oliva began writing pop-rock songs for other artists on the label such as John Waite. However, the label eventually turned around and told the band to record the music that Oliva had written for other artists themselves. This destroyed the band's credibility in the eyes of the press and reviews were not kind to the band. It not only destroyed the band's image, but the negative critical reaction has been cited as a cause of Oliva's bout of drug and alcohol depression which eventually drove him from the fore of the band.
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