Game: Your NWOBHM anthology

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Post#16 » Thu Mar 10, 2011 11:39 pm

I love that everyone who listed a Satan song so far chose a different one. :p

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Post#17 » Thu Mar 10, 2011 11:42 pm

Thanks Fire Down Under.

To all: Did you know that Lars "art paintings buyer" Ulrich did one NWOBHM compilation on 2 CDs ? In case... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Wave_o ... _Revisited


Cool to see SAXON's 747 (Strangers In The Night) mentionned several times. This song is MAGIC. Best opening riff of all time haha.
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Post#18 » Thu Mar 10, 2011 11:47 pm

I didn't thought of CHATEAUX, but I could put "Spirit of The Chateaux" instead of my CLOVEN HOOF track. :)
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Post#19 » Fri Mar 11, 2011 12:12 am

Off the top of my head, without over-thinking things too much, here's my contribution.
I'm not 100% sure about the order of the songs, or even if they would all fit on a single disc as i picked a couple of very lengthy songs.

01. JAGUAR - Axe Crazy
02. FIST - Brain Damage
03. BLEAK HOUSE - Rainbow Warrior
04. IRON MAIDEN - Twilight Zone
05. LEGEND - Hiroshima
06. DEMON PACT - Eaten Alive
07. JAMESON RAID - Seven Days Of Splendour
08. SAXON - Dallas 1pm
09. WEAPON - Set The Stage Alight
10. SLEDGEHAMMER - Fantasia
11. SALEM - The Trilogy Of The Keeper Of The Keys
12. MORE - Depression
13. CYNIC - Suicide
14. APOCALYPSE - Stormchild
15. CLOVEN HOOF - Return Of The Passover
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Post#20 » Fri Mar 11, 2011 1:06 am

I know this is cheating, so i am sorry in advance.
I just can't choose only 15:

1. ANGELWITCH – Angelwitch
2. GRIM REAPER – See you in hell
3. TOKYO BLADE – Night of the blade
4. DARK STAR – Lady of Mars
5. PERSIAN RISK – Calling for you
6. PRAYING MANTIS – Praying Mantis
7. TYTAN – The Watcher
8. TRAITORS GATE – Devil takes the high road
9. BLITZKRIEG – Blitzkrieg
10. TYGERS OF PAN TANG – Hellbound
11. HOLOCAUST – Heavy Metal Mania
12. HOLLOW GROUND – Flying high
13. DIAMOND HEAD – Am I Evil?
14. WEAPON – Set the stage alight
15. TURBO - Charged for glory
16. ENERGY – Fight for your freedom
17. IRON MAIDEN – Iron Maiden
18. MYTHRA – Death and Destiny
19. LEGEND – Hideaway
20. SWEET SAVAGE – Killing time
21. AVENGER – Too wild to tame
22. FIST – Turn the Hell on
23. JAGUAR – Axe crazy
24. SAMSON – Hard times
25. LIONHEART – Lionheart
26. SATAN – Trial by fire
27. CLOVEN HOOF – Gates of Gehenna
28. ELIXIR – Treachery
29. WITCHFYNDE – Give ‘em Hell
30. DEF LEPPARD – Getcha rocks off

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Post#21 » Fri Mar 11, 2011 1:24 am

1.JUDAS PRIEST - Stained Class
2.SATAN - Into The Fire/Trial By Fire [Demo]
3.ANGEL WITCH - Sweet Danger
4.TANK - The War Drags Ever On
5.AVENGER -Revenge Attack
6.BLIND FURY - Living On The Edge
7.BLITZKRIEG - Armaggedon
8.CLOVEN HOOF - Astral Rider
9.MOTÖRHEAD - Stone Dead Forever
10.JAGUAR - Rawdeal
11.CHATEUX - Highly Strung
12.COBRA - Devil's Daughter
13.GRIM REAPER - All Hell Lets Loose
14.TYSONDOG - Hammerhead
15.SAVAGE - Let It Loose

Really hard to choose only a song for some of my favorite bands (Judas Priest, Tank, Avenger, Satan, Grim Reaper)
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Post#22 » Fri Mar 11, 2011 3:44 am

Good call on 'into the nightmare'; I might need to slip 'don't beak the circle' onto my list, though I'm not sure what I'd cut

I purposefully left off Maiden, Leppard, and Venom, figuring newcomers would likely already know those bands anyway
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Post#23 » Fri Mar 11, 2011 11:25 am

nightsblood wrote:I purposefully left off Maiden, Leppard, and Venom, figuring newcomers would likely already know those bands anyway
I did that too. Although I did include a couple of tracks from those bands at first but I kept on thinking of more awesome songs and it was just convenient to leave them off. :p

I'm surprised nobody included a Black Sabbath or Rainbow(who began at about the same time as Motörhead) track yet. They were among the precursors for the NWOBHM along with Judas Priest and Motörhead and released albums in that period too!

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Post#24 » Fri Mar 11, 2011 11:43 am

chatzial wrote:
2. GRIM REAPER – See you in hell
Argh, I missed this one! Great song.
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Post#25 » Fri Mar 11, 2011 11:48 am

Black Axe: For me RAINBOW is THE representative of "70's Heavy Metal", and thus they can't be included is the NWOBHM because they were the fathers of Heavy Metal, and they played and rose before the Punk wave (and NWOBHM bands did take inspiration of the Punk wave and leave the approach of bands like RAINBOW with their folk rock and prog rock elements).
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Post#26 » Fri Mar 11, 2011 11:54 am

hhhmmm!!! for me (not in particular order):

1) Trident - destiny
2) Damascus - open your eyes
3) AIIZ - no fun after midnight
4) Jaguar - back street woman
5) Jameson Raid - seven days of splendour
6) Trespass - Jeaulosy
7) Tytan - blind men and fools
8 ) Tank - turn your head around
9) Triarchy - Metal messiah
10) Marquis de Sade - black angel
11) Virtue - we stand to fight
12) Bashful Alley - running blind
13) Seventh Son - immortal hours
14) Dagster - bite the bullet
15) witchfynde - give 'em hell
16) witchfinder general - free country
17) Saxon - 747
18 ) Iron Maiden - prowler
19) Holocaust - HM Mania
20) Buffalo - mean machine
21) Elixir - treachery
22) Genghis Khan - if heaven is hell
23) Legend - frontline
24) Savage - let it loose
25) Shock treatment - the mugger

but I love this period and is very difficult to choose only 20/25 songs..., so, of course, I forgot some others great songs... I can't live without my USB key with over 200 NWOBHM songs for my car :lol:

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Post#27 » Fri Mar 11, 2011 12:00 pm

Battle At Helm's Deep Records ( :lol: ) wants only 15 songs but thanks to your great tastes they will do a bonus 12"LP with the extra songs you provide. 8)
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Post#28 » Fri Mar 11, 2011 12:07 pm

J.K. wrote:Battle At Helm's Deep Records ( :lol: ) wants only 15 songs but thanks to your great tastes they will do a bonus 12"LP with the extra songs you provide. 8)
oops! I don't read BAHD Records wants only 15 songs...

maybe the others can appear as bonus Cd in a aJapanese issue :lol:

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Post#29 » Fri Mar 11, 2011 12:17 pm

J.K. wrote:Black Axe: For me RAINBOW is THE representative of "70's Heavy Metal", and thus they can't be included is the NWOBHM because they were the fathers of Heavy Metal, and they played and rose before the Punk wave (and NWOBHM bands did take inspiration of the Punk wave and leave the approach of bands like RAINBOW with their folk rock and prog rock elements).
The same goes for Priest and Motörhead who recorded their first albums in '74 & '75 respectively. Besides Motörhead are more rock and roll than metal.

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Post#30 » Fri Mar 11, 2011 12:20 pm

Yes but Rainbow never became harder and faster during late 70's, did they ?

Priest changed their style, Motörhead too.
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