Nice find, totally unknown to me & right up my alley.
Please add the Howling Hurricane track.DaN wrote: ↑Sat Nov 17, 2018 7:26 amYeah, It'd be really cool if there's more material to dig up from this band. Next time I have the computer hooked up to my stereo I'll rip the tune from the Koppop-comp. It's a bit quirky but I think I like it even more than the 7" A-side.
...and that logo on the comp-sleeve would make an awesome patch!
I used to have a cd recorder where i could rip records but it broke a year ago. Pretty sure there's a YouTube video somewhere. I'll have a look later.DaN wrote: ↑Mon Nov 26, 2018 4:19 pmThere's a dude singing on the Howling Hurricane track on Koppop, so I would love to hear that 7"! I just posted the BF and HH tracks + a few other olde Dutch obscurities in Poisonoise btw.
Need to check the 1980 track. The 7" is indeed 70's rock with some heavy moments. Not metal for sure.rumblefist wrote: ↑Mon Nov 26, 2018 8:07 pmThe Howling Hurricane compi-track Dan posted is wayyy better than these ones as i said on my 1st post.
These on the 7'' are just a bit better than Suzi Quatro in my opinion....interesting mostly for historical reasons for the ones who like to understand the rise of the metal scene on each european country.
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