Thursday, July 12, 2007

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Hi people, we're back again with another international selection of all that is great in obscure & rare international Rock & Metal from the dim & distant past.
Wrap yer listening gear 'round this little lot!
Let's begin tonight's selection back in 1982, where the sublime Manilla Road are about to record album no 3, a record which is due to bear the title, "Dreams Of Eschaton". In order to get ideas for arrangements etc, they record all the songs due to appear as demos, but unhappy with the results, scrap most of the material, and record a completely different album instead, the classic, "Crystal Logic".
Years later, Monster Records released a remixed, partially re-recorded, overdubbed version of these sessions as "Mark Of The Beast". It's excellent of course, but is not how it was originallly conceived, way back when. What we have here is the original untampered recordings from 1982, unvarnished, without overdubs or rerecording, as it was blasted on to tape, back in the day. Odd, Epic, Old School Heavyness. Enjoy it.

MANILLA ROAD - Dreams Of Eschaton Demo Album (1982) USA

http://rapidshare.com/files/39933887/MANILLA_ROAD_-_Dreams_Of_Eschaton_Demo__USA-1981_.rar

Nextly, to follow on from their recently posted early demo, here's the first album from Sweden's Syron Vanes, "Bringer Of Evil". An excellent example of what the Corroseum website calls FWOSHM, that's "First Wave of Swedish Heavy Metal" to me & you, loud & proud and totally unfettered by irony or subtlety. Undiluted by fad, fashion or the passing of the years, this shit rules!

SYRON VANES - Bringer of Evil (1984) Sweden

http://rapidshare.com/files/39917300/SYRON_VANES_-_Bringer_Of_Evil__Swe-84_.rar

Now we come to the 2nd album by Canada's Sye, "Wings Of Change" from 1988. Their debut album had appeared three years earlier on Metal Blade Records to global indifference, in the meantime there had been some membership changes, before this one appeared on their own Loud Spell label.
Their sound is pitched somewhere between the twin poles of early MOTLEY CRUE & classic ANVIL, but they never stray into clone territory, clever thing is that. Great songwriting, memorable choruses, gawd only knows how they failed to succeed, but fail they did. Never heard their first one, but by all accounts, this is the better by far of the two, have it on us.

SYE - Wings Of Change (1988) Canada

http://rapidshare.com/files/38910046/SYE_-_Wings_Of_Change__1989_-_Can_.rar

Another piece of rare & classic Viking Metal now from one of my favourites, the legendary Heavy Load. This is their "Take Me Away" red vinyl 7", which was only available as a free single with the initial pressing of their 1982 "Death Or Glory" LP. Two awesome tracks from the masters at the height of their powers, hideously rare nowadays, but worth the expense and the hassle of tracking it down. Better yet, download it for free right now, and make your life complete. You need this, it's that simple.

HEAVY LOAD - Take Me Away 7" (1982) Sweden

http://rapidshare.com/files/38902821/Heavy_Load_-_Take_Me_Away_7____Swe-1982_.rar

To finish with tonight, we've got two classic slabs of 7" black plastic from the NWOBHM.
First up, Persian Risk's "Calling For You" 7" from 1981. The Cardiff based band are probably best remembered nowadays for former singer Jon Deverill's stint in TYGERS OF PAN TANG, and also for MOTORHEAD pilfering guitarist Phil Campbell from their ranks. There was more to the Welsh terrors than that though, from the more melodic SAXON influenced style of their early days to the PRIEST flavoured Sturm Und Drang of their latter day recordings, the Risk had plenty to recommend them. This was their debut release, with Campbell still in the ranks, but with Carl Sentance on vocals, Deverill having just jumped ship bound for Tyger Bay. Nice.

PERSIAN RISK - Calling For You 7" (1981) UK

http://rapidshare.com/files/38893613/PERSIAN_RISK_-_Calling_For_You_7____UK-1981_.rar

Finally now, an ultra obscure one off from the mysterious Hoggs, the 1980 7" "See It Now". I could find little or no information at all on the world wide web concerning the band or this release, it is what it is. Two excellent tracks leaning more towards a Classic Rock/Hard Rock sound with really well realised songwriting which harks back to the 1970's and leads me to speculate that this may have been a band who'd been doing the rounds for a while riding the NWOBHM wave into obscurity. Quality rock music, which will burrow its way into your head & put down roots.

HOGGS - See It Now 7" (1980) UK

http://rapidshare.com/files/38900520/HOGGS_-_See_It_Now_7____UK-1980_.rar

I love you all. Let's see you go fuckin' crazy. You've been a wonderful audience. See you all again soon.

66 Comments:

Blogger Time Traveller said...

Hi Kit,

Nice stuff as usual!!!

I have the Dwarr Animals LP as mentioned in the comments of my post the other day (I also have the '85 LP Starting Over, I'm pretty sure) . And for "fan" I also have the Future Tense EP. I may have the Devil Childe LP, but I can't remember for sure.

I will try to get them posted in a day or two, but you know me, it may be a bit longer.

TT-

Thursday, July 12, 2007 9:46:00 PM  
Anonymous fan said...

Yay! Thanks!
Wonderful post today, it'll be great to hear what Manilla Road actually wanted "Mark of the Beast" to sound like.

Friday, July 13, 2007 5:56:00 AM  
Anonymous KABOUTER said...

Hi,
There is some information about Hoggs on their myspace page.
http://www.myspace.com/jameshoggband

Friday, July 13, 2007 7:54:00 AM  
Anonymous KABOUTER said...

The B side of the Hoggs single was mis-labled as 'Time on the Line'
The real title is Worse kind of woman.

Friday, July 13, 2007 8:12:00 AM  
Anonymous rowdies1 said...

The Manilla Road is a nice suprise. Thanks for the on going goodies.

Friday, July 13, 2007 9:15:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'd Go apeshit if you reposted the stuff you used to post like Zappa, Grand Funk, Yes, Bad Company and so on. I just found your site and it seems I missed all the good shit.

Saturday, July 14, 2007 12:14:00 AM  
Blogger Time Traveller said...

I plan on posting some more classic stuff here, it's just the live stuff I have is mostly from my tape trading days and it takes a long time to convert that stuff to MP3s. During the summer I kind of take it easy on the "hard work". Bookmark us and drop by from time to time and I promise you won't be disappointed.

TT-

Saturday, July 14, 2007 2:04:00 AM  
Anonymous bigfootkit said...

TT, i look forward to clapping ears on Dwarr in the not too distant future, that's been on my wants list for many a moon.
Kabouter, thanks for the Hoggs tips, i love that record & look forward to finding out a bit more about them, cheers.
Glad you all enjoyed the latest post, and its particularly cool that Manilla Road seem to be going down so well. If you've never made their aquaintance, why the hell not?

Saturday, July 14, 2007 8:50:00 AM  
Blogger Heavy Rock said...

Hi TT & Bigfoot Kit!

Real nice posts. I thinmk there are some more by Heavy Load (apart from Full Speed At High Level & Metal Conquest). Would love to hear some more Manilla Road & a band called Winterhawk. Would you happen to have them?

The Winterhawk albums are:
Winterhawk - There And Back Again (Live At The Aragon '78)
Winterhawk - Revival
Winterhawk - Electric Warriors
Winterhawk - Dog Soldier

Shine On,
Heavy Rock

Saturday, July 14, 2007 3:25:00 PM  
Anonymous bigfootkit said...

Heavy Rock, glad you were able to find some stuff here to interest you, after all the great stuff i've gotten from your blog over the months it's good to know i've been able to give a little back.
There's been a lot of Heavy Load posted here over the last 6 months, if you take a trip back through the archives you should be able to fill the gaps in your collection.
More Manilla Road? I think we can manage that.
As for Winterhawk, there were two bands with the same name doing the rounds at roughly the same time, the band who recorded "Revival" & "There & Back" are the Jordan Marcarus frnted band, i have both of those & they'll appear here in the fullness of time. The other Winterhawk was a Native American four piece who recorded "Electric Warriors" & "Dog Soldiers", i've been on the lookout for their stuff for years with no luck so far, perhaps one of our visitors can help out.
Over to you guys.
Best wishes to you HR, keep up the great work.

Sunday, July 15, 2007 1:49:00 PM  
Blogger Heavy said...

Thanks Kit! I've got your links & some of them are working OK. Winterhawk (I meant the Jordan Marcus fronted band) & Manilla Road are great. Thanks a ton, buddy. Would look forward to Winterhawk's There & Back Again.

Shine On,
Heavy Rock

Tuesday, July 17, 2007 11:50:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello there!

Can you please re-post the Sye record? And also the Dwarr album Starting Over? Thanks in advance!

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi

Fantastic site!! Please can someone post a new link for
PERSIAN RISK - CALLING FOR YOU !

From Cardiff seen the nad many years ago and had the single now bald , fat and over forty but would love to hear this again !
please help..

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

please re-up Persian Risk calling for you !!!!!

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

PLEASE PLEASE CAN YOU RE-UPLOAD PERSIAN RISK CALLING FOR YOU !!

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please re-post the Sye record!

Wednesday, November 19, 2008 5:09:00 PM  
Blogger RictusGrin said...

Looking forward to hearing that Manilla Rd too!


Just scored a copy of that Syron Vanes "Bringer.." along with Ostrogoth's Too Hot. Someone's just offloaded their collection, as their were a few other gems which unfortunately I didn't have the cash for...back in a couple of days though to pick up Touched's Back Alley Vices and Tank's Prepare for War, if they're still there

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