Desolation Angels

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Re: Desolation Angels

Post#31 » Mon Nov 13, 2017 9:27 pm

Desolation Angels will always be a stone classic metal album and I can say I've listened to it at least once every 3-4 months for the last 25 years. Used to have it on tape in my car and now I have a cd too and it is perfect to listen to while driving too fast.
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Re: Desolation Angels

Post#32 » Tue Nov 14, 2017 4:56 pm

My favorite release of theirs is surely While the flame still burns with Dave Wall on vocals and not the wimpy Lee Addison versions that were included in the Miskatonic box set. Some tracks on that comp (Killer, Running for you life etc.) were also way better than anything on the LP, which I do like very much nonetheless. Still listening to their stuff although not as much as other stuff like Angel Witch, Son Of Odin, A Time Of Changes or Dominator.
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Re: Desolation Angels

Post#33 » Tue Nov 14, 2017 6:21 pm

Noisenik wrote:Digging through the Corro-vaults, I couldn't resist: How do fare DESOLATION ANGELS on your playlists these days, that is, 11 years later?

The Valhalla 7": all the time!
The LP: from time to time.

That's all I got from Desolation Angels... Never heard the rest and it's probably a mistake from my side, heh?
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