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Metal Fusion LP 1990
Label: T.F. Association #: LX 93052 Country: France
Info: The story of this totally D.I.Y.-looking product is currently a complete mystery.

CONTENT
(bold = exclusive track / normal = non-exclusive track / italic = non-metal)



Side A:
1. SCARCROW - Tonight (the power of my love)
  Uneventful, nasal fem-fronted heavy HR feat. plenty of overused NWOBHM riffing. Previously featured on the equally obscure Just Say No! compilation in 1989.
2. PSYCHOSE - Enfant Martyrs
  France's Greatest Hidded Secret riding us down into the bloody battlefield ground with a storming number sounding like BLASHPEME playing a lost gem off OMEN's "Battle Cry". A different, rougher version than on their magnificent CD from 1 year later.
3. FABRICE CARITEY - Melissa
  A groovish, neat little instrumental. Pity the 80's disco drums..
4. WAYLAYER - I'm Fed Up
  Rough'n'ready Hard Rock, where the sweet, noisy/primitive production > the average songwriting.

Side B:
1. MACHIAVELS - Nanou
  Metal with a fast, almost Dead K.-sounding punk tempo but absolutely not crossover. More like... ARKANGEL meets SATAN'S HOST?? Not as special as that comparison wold imply though.
2. COMA ETHYLIQUE - Vertige
  More punky hardrockpunkrock from some Lille suburban garage.
3. OVER DOSE - Overdose
  Representing the Thrash-genre, OVER DOSE makes crude but charming start/stop noise like a more powerthrashing LORD CRUCIFIER.
4. SLEAZY - Dreamland
  Slightly heavier than the band name would make you think, though in a horridly atonal and warped way.
         
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