Sunday, November 19, 2017

Bullet (UK) - The Entrance To Hell (1970)

Genre: Hard Rock
Country: UK
Bitrate: 320 kbps

01. Door Opens
02. Millionaire
03. No Witch At All
04. Taken Alive
05. The Soul That I Had
06. Entrance To Hell
07. The Orchestrator
08. Hell, Demonic Possession
09. Fortunes Told
10. Sinister Minister
11. Jam (The Rock)
12. Time Gambler
13. Monster In Paradise
14. Jay Time
15. Mr. Longevity
16. Door Slams
17. Jam (The Taker)

Saturday, November 18, 2017

Anvil Chorus 2009 The Killing Sun

Anvil Chorus 2009 The Killing Sun
01 Deadly Weapons
02 Red Skies
03 Phase To Phase
04 Man Made Machines
05 After Time
06 Death Of A Dream
07 Blue Flames
08 Tales
09 The Blade
10 European
11 Such Is Life
12 Once Again.
 @ vbr

Friday, November 17, 2017

Crucial Youth

funny, straight-edge hardcore
Crucial Youth - Live WPRB jan. 7th 1987
01-the posi machine
02-me and Mr T
03-i drink milk
04-suburban streetwise
05-put litter in its place
06-up with people
07-crucial youth
08-four rules (reprise)
11-shave clean
12-those who curse
13-cross at the green not in between
14-the posi machine
15-just say no + Mr. T.
16-four food groups
17-turn the other cheek
18-wake up and lift
19-just one beer.
20-the world is like a bowling ball
21-put litter in its place
22-positive dental outlook
23-suburban streetwise
24-be kind rewind!
25-the four rules
26-youth of the world
28-mosh mosh!
29-crucial youth
30-keep of the grass

Crucial Youth 1988 Crucial Yule 7''
01 Christmastime For The Skins (parody of Agnostic Front's  ''Crucified''?)
02 Santa Claus Is Coming (And You're On His List
03 I'm Straight

Mike Oldfield - Tubular Bells 2003
Mike Oldfield - Tubular Bells 2003
01 - Introduction
02 - Fast Guitars
03 - Basses
04 -  Latin
05 - A Minor Tune
06 - Blues
07 - Thrash
08 - Jazz
09 - Ghost Bells
10 - Russian.mp3
11 -  Finale
12 - Harmonics
13 -  Peace
14 - Bagpipe Guitars
15 - Caveman
16 - Ambient Guitars
17 - The Sailor's Hornpipe

Ratt 1983 Ratt

Ratt 1983 Vinyl Rip by Heavy Thrashhead @ WAV
01 - Sweet Cheater.wav
02 - You Think You're Tough.wav
03 - U Got It.wav
04 - Tell the World.wav
05 - Back for More.wav
06 - Walkin' the Dog.wav

Razor 1987 Custom Killing

Razor 1987 Custom Killing [vinyl rip by Heavy Thrashhead] [WAV]
01 Survival Of The Fittest.wav
02 Shootout.wav
03 Forced Annihilation.wav
04 Last Rites.wav
05 Snake Eyes.wav
06 White Noise.wav
07 Going Under.wav
08 Russian Ballet.wav

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Wendy O. Williams And Lemmy - Stand By Your Man (1982) 7" vinyl

This collaboration between members of Motörhead and Plasmatics was recorded in May 1982 and led to the departure of guitarist “Fast Eddie" Clarke.

Wendy O Williams And Lemmy 1982 Stand By Your Man 3trk ep

Thank to the original uploader.
 @ vbr

Side A
1. Wendy & Lemmy - Stand by Your Man (Tammy Wynette cover) 03:03
Side B
2. Plasmatics - No Class (Motörhead cover)     02:28
3. Motörhead - Masterplan (Plasmatics cover) 02:50

These songs are on a lot of Motorhead compilations also.

Haze (Can) - Book Of Shadows (1993)

Haze (Can) - Book Of Shadows (1993) [WAV]
Artist: HAZE
Release: Raw Energy Records, 1993
Genre: Hard Rock / Goth Rock / Wiccan Rock
Country: Canada
Bitrate: 1411 kbps

Thanks to the original uploader, Vile Ent    

1. The Cure
2. Christ After Christ
3. Rock and Roll Alchemy
4. Suffer The Witch
5. Aleister's Wake
6. Love is the Law
7. Don't Call Me Baby
8. Nothing To Lose
9. Wayawheta

Monday, November 13, 2017

HAZE (Can) - Refuge [Pre-Release] (2002)

The singer has a great voice and reminds me of Jinx Dawson of COVEN.
Maybe I will soon post their great release, Book Of Shadows (1993), which they labelled as Wiccan Rock, but you might as well call it occult rock just like classic COVEN.

In the meantime I grabbed these following mp3's off the CBC radio website.
Good 1970s-type soft rock. Much, much softer than the "Book Of Shadows" album, but still great songs and singing.

HAZE (Canada) - Refuge Pre-Release (released January, 2002)
27 minutes 14 seconds

1. Heaven for Ten Days (3:38)
2. Love Without Measure (3:33)
3. Picture of You (3:34)
4. Refuge (4:32)
5. River's Catch (3:55)
6. Second Time Around (3:52)
7. Show Me Your Art (4:10)

Sunday, November 12, 2017

Wendy O. Williams
Wendy O. Williams committed suicide on April 6th 1998 and died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. She had reportedly been despondent for some time.
Between 1984 and 1986 Wendy O. Williams had to release albums and singles (including most of The Plasmatics members) under her own name (or WOW) because of licensing difficulties with the name The Plasmatics.

After some years she could release the Maggots LP under the name Wendy O. Williams & Plasmatics.
She also appeared as an actress in the motion picture Reform School Girls. The soundtrack (Rhino Records, 1986) for this B-movie includes four Plasmatics/WOW Songs:
* "Reform School Girls"
* "Bad Girls"
* "Goin Wild"
* "It's My Life"
The single that features Lemmy is not an official Plasmatics release, but is often listed in their discography.

Wendy O. Williams 1984 WOW
1. I Love Sex (And Rock and Roll)
2. It's My Life
3. Priestess
4. Thief in the Night
5. Opus in Cm7
6. Ready to Rock
7. Bump and Grind
8. Legends Never Die
9. Ain't None of Your Business

Wendy O. Williams 1985 Live at Camden Palace 
(live tracks, ripped from VHS Live home video)

01. Goin' Wild 
02. Pedal To The Metal
03. You'll Succeed
04. No Class (Motörhead Cover)
05. Party 
06. Jammin' (Instrumental) (8:04)
07. Hoy Hey (Live to Rock)
08. Jailbait (Motörhead Cover)
09. Ain't None Of Your Business 
10. Bump and Grind (8:32)
11. Fuck That Booty
12. Fuck 'N' Roll (6:55)
@ 192
55 minutes 8 seconds

Wendy O. Williams 1986 Kommander Of Kaos 
1. Hoy Hey (Live to Rock)
2. Pedal to the Metal
3. Goin' Wild
4. Ain't None of Your Business (live) 
5. Party
6. Jailbait (Motörhead cover)
7. Bad Girl    
8. Fight for Your Right
9. (Work That Muscle) F**k That Booty

Monday, November 6, 2017

The Archies

I have had these two LP's since the early 1990s, glad I kept them as my Greatest 20 Hits CD is gone.
I didn't rip these, but might in the future, even if it has surface noise from being played a lot.

After I learned The Archies were sometimes placed as actual records on the back of cereal boxes you could cut out, I found the following pic.
Makes me wonder if it was 7 inch size, or bigger?

Took the following info from wikipedia - 
The fictional band's music was recorded by session musicians, featuring Ron Dante on lead vocals and Toni Wine on duet and backing vocals, and released as a series of singles and albums. Their most successful song, "Sugar, Sugar", became one of the biggest hits of the bubblegum pop genre that flourished from 1968 to 1973.

A set of studio musicians was assembled by Don Kirshner in 1968 to perform various songs. The most famous is "Sugar, Sugar", written by Jeff Barry and Andy Kim, which went to number one on the pop chart in 1969, sold over six million copies, and was awarded a gold disc.
In Billboard's Hot 100, it was ranked as the number one song of that year, the only time a fictional band has ever claimed Billboard's annual Hot 100 top spot. Other Top 40 songs recorded by the Archies include "Who's Your Baby?" (U.S. #40), "Bang-Shang-A-Lang" (U.S. #22), and "Jingle Jangle" (U.S. #10). "Jingle Jangle" also sold over one million copies, garnering a second gold disc award.

Male vocals for the fictional Archies group were provided by The Cuff Links' lead singer Ron Dante and female duet vocals were provided by Toni Wine. Wine, who was only paid for the recording session and quit the group when the song became a huge hit, was succeeded in 1970 by Donna Marie, who in turn was replaced on the final recordings by Merle Miller. The only Archies song not to feature Ron Dante on lead was 1971's "Love Is Living In You", sung by Bob Levine (co-author of the song) and produced by Ritchie Adams. The last single, released 1972, was "Strangers in the Morning"; its B-side song was "Plum Crazy".

Music from the show was not only released on LP, but also sometimes on the backs of cereal boxes.
(Note: There are also many songs which were released only as part of broadcasts of their numerous TV series—not on singles or albums.[volume & issue needed]
The style of music from series to series tended to evolve as popular music tastes changed.)

Year - Album  - Record Label
The Archies
1968 The Archies -  Calendar Records
1969 Everything's Archie - Calendar Records @192
1969 Sugar Sugar  - RCA Victor
1969 Jingle Jangle -  Kirshner Records @128+192
1970 Sunshine -  Kirshner Records
1970 The Archies Greatest Hits  -  Kirshner Records
1971 This Is Love  -  Kirshner Records
1980 Drive The Boulevard - Morgan Music
1994  Sugar Sugar  - [Compilation] - Success  @320
1990 20 Greatest Hits - Black Tulip       
2008 The Archies Christmas Album - Fuel 2000 Records

Ron Dante
1970 Brings You Up - Kirshner           
1972 Ron Dante, The Webspinners - The Amazing Spider-Man: From Beyond The Grave, A Rockomic - Buddah Records   
1981 Street Angel - Handshake Records And Tapes               
2004 Saturday Night Blast - Artists Voice Records
2016 Anthology ?(2xCD, Comp) - Sunset Blvd Records [Compilation]

The Cuff Links

The Cuff Links were an American rock/pop studio group from Staten Island, New York, United States. The band had a U.S. No. 9 hit in 1969 [with "Tracy", with rich harmonized vocals provided entirely by Ron Dante. The track was produced as part of a series of recording sessions – sometimes as many as six in a day – by Dante, with the songs released under a variety of band names

"Tracy" hit the charts in October 1969, just as "Sugar, Sugar" ,a single for The Archies and the product of another anonymous recording session by Dante, was descending from its No. 1 spot. 

Dante's vocals for "Tracy" were recorded in just hours. He recalled: "I put on a lead voice, doubled it a few times, and then put about 16, 18 backgrounds."
 "Tracy" spent 12 weeks in the U.S. chart, and subsequently sold over one million copies, being awarded a gold record by the R.I.A.A.

Cuff Links (1969) Tracy 
All The Young Women
Early In The Morning
Put A Little Love In Your Heart
Lay A Little Love On Me
When Julie Comes Around
I Remember
Sweet Caroline (Good Times Never Seemed So Good)
Where Do You Go?
Sally Ann (You're Such A Pretty Baby)

Thanks to the original uploader

Ron Dante (The Archies singer)
Ron Dante  - Brings You Up (1970)
(missing last 4 trx)

 Let Me Bring You Up
A Million Voices
Go WhereThe Music Takes You
Sweet Taste Of Love
Lovin' Lady
C'mon Girl 


Thanks to the original uploader

Andy Kim 1974 greatest hits

Andy Kim 1974 greatest hits ABC records

bubblegum pop

1 - be my baby
2 - baby , i love you
3 - how`d we ever get this way
4 - shoot`em up baby
5 - rainbow ride
6 - a friend in the city
7 - i been moved
8 - so good together
9 - i wish i were
10 - its your life
11 - tricia tell your daddy

Thanks to the original uploader, akashaman

Andy Kim 1968-1979

ah, wait, it's the other Lebanese guy we want...

Andrew Youakim, performing as Andy Kim, is a Canadian pop rock singer and songwriter. He grew up in Montreal, Quebec. He is known for a number of hits that he released in the late 1960s and 1970s, such as "Rock Me Gently", which topped the US singles chart in 1974. He co-wrote "Sugar, Sugar" for The Archies; it was #1 for four weeks and was "Record of the Year" for 1969.

He has recorded under the stage name Baron Longfellow since the mid-1980s or just as Longfellow in the early 1990s.

Andy Youakim was born in Montreal, Quebec, on 5 December in either 1946 (as cited by VH1, United Press International, and Rolling Stone), or 1952 (as cited by sources including Allmusic and Billboard Books). Various published interviews with Kim from the mid-1970s support the 1946 dating,  while Kim's current biography on his official website offers no specific year of birth.

Youakim is the third of four sons of Lebanese immigrants. He moved to New York to pursue a career in music. If the 1952 birthdate is correct, then he was only 10 or 11 when he issued his first single in 1963. He recorded as "Andy Kim", using the different last name as a way to obscure his Lebanese ethnicity,  though on his earliest releases he still used the name "Youakim" in the writing credits.
Their most successful song, "Sugar, Sugar", became one of the biggest hits of the bubblegum pop genre that flourished from 1968 to 1973.

A set of studio musicians was assembled by Don Kirshner in 1968 to perform various songs. The most famous is "Sugar, Sugar", written by Jeff Barry and Andy Kim, which went to number one on the pop chart in 1969, sold over six million copies, and was awarded a gold disc

Andy Kim Greatest Hits 1968-1979
01 I Hear You Say (I Love You Baby)
02 How'd We Ever Get This Way
03 Shoot 'Em Up Baby
04 Rainbow Ride
05 Tricia Tell Your Daddy
06 Baby, I Love You
07 So Good Together
08 A Friend In The City
09 It's Your Life
10 Be My Baby
11 I Wish I Were
12 I've Been Moved
13 Who Has The Answers?
14 Rock Me Gently
15 Fire, Baby I'm On Fire
16 The Essence Of Joan
17 Harlem
As "Baron Longfellow"
18 Go It Slow
19 Amour
20 Sugar Sugar
21 I'm Gonna Need A Miracle Tonight
22 Hold Me
23 In The Night Machine

Thanks to the original uploader.

ELO Don't Bring Me Down


ELO 2005 All Over the World; The Very Best of Electric Light Orchestra
01 Mr. Blue Sky
02 Evil Woman
03 Don't Bring Me Down
04 Sweet Talkin' Woman
05 Shine a Little Love
06 Turn to Stone
07 The Diary of Horace Wimp
08 Confusion
09 Hold on Tight
10 Livin' Thing
11 Telephone Line
12 All Over the World
13 Wild West Hero
14 Showdown
15 Ma-Ma-Ma Belle
16  Xanadu
17 Rockaria!
18 Strange Magic
19  Alright
20 Rock & Roll Is King

@ cbr320

Sunday, November 5, 2017

Holocausto (Brazil)


 Holocausto are a thrash metal band from Belo Horizonte, Brazil.
Their early material eg. Campo de Extermínio was in the same death/black/thrash metal vein as early Sodom, Vulcano, Mutilator, Sextrash, Sarcofago, Venom, early Sepultura, early Kreator, etc., then seemed to change towards an American thrash metal sound which had crossover/hardcore influences.

Holocausto (Bra) 1987 Campo de Extermínio
1. Intro
2. Campo de Extermínio
3. Forças Terroristas
4. Scória
5. Facção Revolucionária Armada    
6. Regimento da Morte
7. III Reich
8. Vietnã    
9. Guerrilheiro Suicida
10. Setembro Negro    

Holocausto (Bra) 1988 Blocked Minds
1. KKK
2. Injectable World
3. Eighteen Years Old    
4. Hunger
5. Funny Face
6. Lies    
7. Tribute to Cicciolina
8. Who Am I
9. Sleep...Have a Dream

Holocausto (Bra) 1990 Negatives
1. Seconds
2. Opened Eyes to the Nothing
3. Austroptecus Tecnologicus
4. Muted by Fear
5. Action Levels
6. Negatives
7. P.M.D.
8. Congratulations Mr. Money
9. Contrast
10. Platzs Pitz
11. Falling into the Void
12. Disappointing the Ridiculous Analysis
13. Choked Expressions

Massacre [Demo] 1985    
Warfare Noise I [Split]1986 compilation
Campo de Extermínio [Full-length]1987
Blocked Minds [Full-length ]1988
Australoptecus Experience [Demo] 1990    
The Lost Tapes of Cogumelo [Split] 1990 compilation
Negatives [Full-length] 1990
Tozago as Deismno [Full-length] 1993
De Volta ao Front [Full-length] 2005
Campo de Exterminio Show - 1987 [Video] 2007    
War Metal Massacre [EP] 2016    

THE OFFSPRING - subject to blackout Demo 86

THE OFFSPRING - subject to blackout demo july 1986

03-call it religion
04-ballroom blitz (THE SWEET)
06-fire and ice


Black Sabbath 1983 Manor Tapes


 "Born Again" has always been one of my most favourite Sabbath albums.
The perfect mix of Ian Gillan's shrieks and the band's solid form of hard rock/heavy metal.
When Dio left and Gillan stepped in, a lot of people especially old fans were confused and weren't sure. the same kind of thing happened when Brian Robertson replaced guitar player Fast Eddie in Motorhead.
It was different than previous albums, but hey! This is just as great!

On Born Again, it is a mix between Sab's burners and pounders with classics like Trashed and Zero The Hero, offset with some slower, slightly-Deep Purple-type moods (eg.Keep It Warm, Born Again).

 The huge bonus of this is the unreleased track "The Fallen" and now we know why it was never included, as it sounds way too much like Deep Purple and not Black Sabbath. Good song, but it sticks out from the rest.

Thanks to T.U.B.E. for sharing. You can hear the muddy rough mix ("unmixed") version that the rest of us listened to for years and now, finally a clear, remastered version.

Black Sabbath 1983 Manor Tapes Born Again Unmixed Demos FLAC.Original Master

01.Hot Line.flac
02.Keep It Warm.flac
03.The Fallen.flac
04.Digital Bitch.flac
07.Zero The Hero.flac
08.Born Again.flac
09.Disturbing The Priest.flac

Black Sabbath 1983 Manor Tapes Born Again Unmixed Demos FLAC.Remastered Version
01.Hot Line.flac
02.Keep It Warm.flac
03.The Fallen.flac
04.Digital Bitch.flac
07.Zero The Hero.flac
08.Born Again.flac
09.Disturbing The Priest.flac

Friday, November 3, 2017

Torture (UK) 1981 Last post [single] NWOBHM

Torture (UK) 1981 Last post [7''single]
Artist: Torture
Release:   Last post [7''single]  1981
Genre:  NWOBHM
NWOBHM, Heavy Metal
Country: UK (Kent)


1. Last Post6:07
2. Lucky4:16
3. Finding My Way Home4:27