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Red, Hot And Heavy
Red, Hot and Heavy is the first full-length studio album by the Danish hard rock/heavy metal band Pretty Maids. The album was released in 1984 by CBS Records. The song "Night Danger" was used in the soundtrack for the horror film Demons by Lamberto Bava. In 2005, Red, Hot and Heavy was ranked number 437 in Rock Hard magazine's book of The 500 Greatest Rock & Metal Albums of All Time.
One Size Fits All
Target Records Best of 2017
Order of Chaos
Memories In Black (Bonus Tracks)
The beauty and the Beast
Randy Piper's Animal
Games People Play
Pink Cream 69
Games People Play is the third studio album by Pink Cream 69. It was the final album with Andi Deris on vocals.
Blood & Thunder
Gates to Purgatory (Expanded Version) [2017 - Remaster]
Gates to Purgatory is the first studio album by Running Wild, released in 1984. It predates their piracy themes and has mostly satanically-influenced lyrics but also features songs with anarchic and libertarian themes. It was in part of Gerald "Preacher" Warnecke's studies in theology. He left the band soon after the album's release to become a vicar.
The album has sold over 235,000 copies worldwide. The album was reissued in 2012 by Lemon records, as well as in 2017 by Noise records.
Death and Reality
How' Bout This?!
Before The Storm
War Machine (Deluxe)
Cut The Crap!
Hotter Than Hell
Son Of A Bitch
The First Cut's the Deepest
Leg Of The Boot Live In Holland
Tygers Of Pan Tang
Power from the Universe
For The Sake Of mankind
Frequently saddled with the cumbersome tag as "the band featuring Angel Witch's former rhythm section," Tytan worked hard to show greater depth as songwriters on their full-length debut Rough Justice. After all, the New Wave of British Heavy Metal which had first ignited the musicians' careers was already losing steam, and, though they didn't realize it yet, their band was about to be undone by a bankrupt record label and escalating personal differences. In fact, the songs they recorded in 1983 wouldn't see the light of day until two years later, making Rough Justice a posthumous document of Tytan's brief existence, and rendering the metal-and-spikes-clad warrior depicted on its sleeve (a N.W.O.B.H.M. throwback in every sense) only the most glaring of misconceptions compared to what fans would find inside. Call them AOR with flashes of metallic guitars, or watered down heavy metal -- whatever suits you -- but token tracks like "Blind Men and Fools," "Money for Love," "Far Cry" and "Forever Gone" countered their still frequently jagged lead and rhythm guitar bite with equal measures of sweetened melodic choruses and discreet synthesizer splashes. Even the album's only pure, unembellished heavy rocker, the excellent "Cold Bitch," sounded a lot more like Coney Hatch than Iron Maiden; while its unchallenged lowlight, the intolerably boring "Rude Awakening," seemed instead to wallow in metal's lamest clichés. Sticking with the weakest links, the female background vocals forced into the intended single "Women of the Frontlines" only added to its unnecessary and unconvincing syrup, but those used a little later, as introductory and closing bookends for the stately "Sadman," were far more interesting, almost progressive in nature. And, equally unusual and revealing of Tytan's desire to break out of those stylistic N.W.O.B.H.M. boundaries, the bluesy "Ballad of Edward Case" comes to a full stop midway through to launch into some spirited English pub singalong, after which the drunk protagonist appears to wreck his car. In summary, Tytan's lone and rather uneven LP was justifiably passed over for essential status in the grander scheme of '80s British hard rock and metal, but it still provides a few interesting moments that may interest obsessive collectors of the genre.
Mastercutor - Alive
Marshall Law - EP
Electric Chair Music
Perfect Man is the third full-length album released by the heavy metal band Rage in 1988. It's the first album from the Refuge Years line-up, with the new members Manni Schmidt and Chris Efthimiadis. The album was remastered by Noise/Sanctuary in 2002 with slightly altered cover art, and five bonus tracks.
Back to the Bullet (Remastered)
Forever Free is the eleventh studio album by heavy metal band Saxon released in 1992.
A UK version of the album features a cover of a biker Space Marine from the Warhammer 40,000 tabletop wargame.
In 2013, Demon Music Group reissued the album digitally and on CD in the UK. This version included two bonus tracks taken from their 1996 double live album, The Eagle Has Landed – Part II.
Riding With the Angels: The Anthology
Get Your Bulls out!
Nordic Hard Rock Gems
To Hellion And Back (Anthology 1983 - 2014)
Rawhead Rexx is the first full-length self-titled studio album by German power metal band, Rawhead Rexx. The album was released in 2002 by AFM Records.
Heavier Than Thou
Gods of Thunder - A Norwegian Tribute to Kiss
Gods of Thunder: A Norwegian Tribute to Kiss is a Norwegian compilation album by various artists. The album is a tribute to the American hard rock band Kiss.
Inishmore (Bonus Edition)
Inishmore is the tenth studio album by American heavy metal band Riot. It was released in Japan only on November 11, 1997 two months before it was eventually released in the USA on January 27, 1998. The album is based on conceptual sagas of Celtic & Irish myths.
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