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  • W.A.S.P The last commandW.A.S.P The last command
    Playlist The Last Command is the second album by the American heavy metal band W.A.S.P., released in November 9, 1985. The album was produced by Spencer Proffer, who was perhaps best known for producing the six-time Platinum selling album Metal Health by Quiet Riot in 1983. The Last Command is the first W.A.S.P. album to feature the work of drummer Steve Riley and the last album to feature …
  • Uriah Heep – Gallery 03Uriah Heep – Gallery 03
    Your turn to Remember – Collection Firefly is the 10th studio album by British rock band Uriah Heep, released in February 1977 by Bronze Records in the UK and Warner Bros. Records in the US. It was their first album without lead vocalist and founding member David Byron, and the first of three albums with new singer John Lawton, formerly of Les Humphries …
  • Deep Purple PlaylistDeep Purple Playlist
    Deep Purple Playlist
  • Saxon BloodletterSaxon Bloodletter
    Bloodletter You never see him out in the sunlightHe’s waiting for the shadows to fallMoving under cover of darknessSearching for a victim to maulLock up your doors so tightlyKeep all your windows shut‘Cause on this night the blood will flowFlow before the dawn In the night wrap up tightVampire strikesBloodletter Roaming in …
  • Blackie Lawless InterviewsBlackie Lawless Interviews
    Blackie Lawless (W.A.S.P.) Interviews
  • Amy Winehouse Live (London 2007)Amy Winehouse Live (London 2007)
    I Told You I Was Trouble Tracks “Intro” / “Addicted” “Just Friends” “Cherry” “Back to Black” “Wake Up Alone” “Tears Dry on Their Own” “He Can Hold Her” “Doo Wop (That Thing)” “Fuck Me Pumps” “Some Unholy War” “Love is a Losing Game” “Valerie” “Hey Little Rich Girl” “Rehab” “You Know I’m …
  • Uriah Heep Lyrics – Dream MareUriah Heep Lyrics – Dream Mare
    Dream Mare Grinning demons, smiling sideways Laughing in my face Here within my troubled sleep There’s such a lonely place Running fast but never moving I can’t get away Strange but realistic objects Making me their prey Then it’s gone as fast as it came Evil dream Changing like the sun turn …
  • Frozen CrownFrozen Crown
    Playlist Frozen Crown is a power metal band from Italy, Milan, Lombardy, formed in 2017, have as members Alberto Mezzanotte, Federico Mondelli, Filippo Zavattari, Giada Jade Etro and Talia Bellazecca. Photos
  • Uriah Heep Raging SilenceUriah Heep Raging Silence
    Raging Silence is the 17th album by British Rock group Uriah Heep. It marked the studio debut of Canadian vocalist Bernie Shaw and keyboardist Phil Lanzon, both of whom have remained with the band since. It was produced by Richard Dodd and the title is an allusion to the Manfred Mann’s Earth Band album The Roaring Silence (1976).  More in Wikipedia …
  • Uriah Heep The Magician’s BirthdayUriah Heep The Magician’s Birthday
    The Magician’s Birthday is the fifth album by British rock band Uriah Heep, released in November 1972 by Bronze Records in the UK and Mercury Records in the US. The concept was “based loosely on a short story” written by keyboardist Ken Hensley in June and July 1972. More @ Wikipedia Tracks All tracks are written by Ken Hensley except where noted. No. Title …
  • Saxon Rock The NationsSaxon Rock The Nations
    Saxon Rock The Nations Playlist Track list All tracks are written by Biff Byford, Nigel Glockler, Graham Oliver and Paul Quinn, except where noted. Side 1 No. Title Writer(s) Length 1. “Rock the Nations”   4:40 2. “Battle Cry”   5:26 3. “Waiting for the Night” Byford, Glockler 4:51 4. “We Came …
  • Air SupplyAir Supply
    Playlist Air Supply is a soft rock duo, consisting of English singer-songwriter and guitarist Graham Russell and Australian lead vocalist Russell Hitchcock. They had a succession of hits worldwide, including eight top-ten hits in the United States in the early 1980s. They formed in Australia in 1975 and have included various accompanying musicians and singers. More
  • Uriah Heep AbominogUriah Heep Abominog
    Abominog is the 14th studio album by British rock band Uriah Heep, released in March 1982 by Bronze Records in the United Kingdom, and in September 1982 by Mercury Records in the United States. It was their first album without keyboardist Ken Hensley. The album was critically acclaimed and fairly commercially successful, More at Wikipedia Tracks No. Title Writer(s) Length 1. …
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