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Re: Messiah test pressing 1985 - Unreleased version of Final warning?

Posted: Mon Nov 28, 2016 10:27 am
by Priamos
Noisenik wrote:
Prowler wrote:
whiteravenmetal wrote:Damn I love this place :D Btw Prowler, have you done boots before or am I reading wrong?
I don't press bootlegs ... I'm have been in several bands myself and know what damage for the bands wallet bootlegs do cause! :!:
:?:

which bands? Are they in MA?
Prowler was the singer of the legendary Solar Eagle but he is too modest to admit. This is why he claims that suffered severely from bootleggers. However, in order to hide his "secret identity", from time to time speaks low of them and especially the singer, trying to cast out our suspicions that Smash and Prowler are the same person!!! :lol: Don't be shy brother !! Tell everyone the truth and let yourself enjoy the praise you deserve!!! :lol: :P

Re: Messiah test pressing 1985 - Unreleased version of Final warning?

Posted: Fri Dec 02, 2016 8:14 pm
by Prowler
:lol: lol
I definitely don't sing "eunuch-ish"!!! I still got both my balls plus the marble bag hanging down there ... :!:

Re: Messiah test pressing 1985 - Unreleased version of Final warning?

Posted: Fri Dec 02, 2016 8:30 pm
by Noisenik
Priamos wrote:
Noisenik wrote: :?:

which bands? Are they in MA?
Prowler was the singer of the legendary Solar Eagle but he is too modest to admit. This is why he claims that suffered severely from bootleggers. However, in order to hide his "secret identity", from time to time speaks low of them and especially the singer, trying to cast out our suspicions that Smash and Prowler are the same person!!! :lol: Don't be shy brother !! Tell everyone the truth and let yourself enjoy the praise you deserve!!! :lol: :P
So, it was Solar Eagle then. :P

Re: Messiah test pressing 1985 - Unreleased version of Final warning?

Posted: Sat Dec 03, 2016 8:49 pm
by doomedplanet
http://www.metal-archives.com/artists/Gaamalzagoth/7911

seems he is the vocalist on this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T9snl9kQx1M
Noisenik wrote:
Prowler wrote:
whiteravenmetal wrote:Damn I love this place :D Btw Prowler, have you done boots before or am I reading wrong?
I don't press bootlegs ... I'm have been in several bands myself and know what damage for the bands wallet bootlegs do cause! :!:
:?:

which bands? Are they in MA?

Re: Messiah test pressing 1985 - Unreleased version of Final warning?

Posted: Fri Dec 09, 2016 6:09 am
by whiteravenmetal
Prowler wrote:
whiteravenmetal wrote:Damn I love this place :D Btw Prowler, have you done boots before or am I reading wrong?
I don't press bootlegs ... I'm have been in several bands myself and know what damage for the bands wallet bootlegs do cause! :!:
Yeah in most cases it's not good, but with impossible to find records it's the only option sometimes. Btw congrats for such mighty piece of Metal you achieved with Solar Eagle, ofc if it's true, if you guys are joking then it means you truely hate Solar Eagle and now I have lost even more respect haha, I don't know when you are being serious or not anymore... :roll:

Re: Messiah test pressing 1985 - Unreleased version of Final warning?

Posted: Fri Dec 09, 2016 10:05 am
by Priamos
whiteravenmetal wrote:
Prowler wrote:
whiteravenmetal wrote:Damn I love this place :D Btw Prowler, have you done boots before or am I reading wrong?
I don't press bootlegs ... I'm have been in several bands myself and know what damage for the bands wallet bootlegs do cause! :!:
Yeah in most cases it's not good, but with impossible to find records it's the only option sometimes. Btw congrats for such mighty piece of Metal you achieved with Solar Eagle, ofc if it's true, if you guys are joking then it means you truely hate Solar Eagle and now I have lost even more respect haha, I don't know when you are being serious or not anymore... :roll:
Ha,ha...I really damaged Prowler's reputation after all! :lol:
I'm a Solar Eagle fan but Prowler is trully a hater. Unless you think such a self-loathing is possible, I think you got all your answers. :wink:

Re: Messiah test pressing 1985 - Unreleased version of Final warning?

Posted: Fri Dec 09, 2016 3:51 pm
by mustardgasattack
I thought this was the Portland Final Warning that had members of Poison Idea at first til l saw "heavenly metal" heh. Wasn't this band on a metal massacre comp?

Re: Messiah test pressing 1985 - Unreleased version of Final warning?

Posted: Sat Dec 10, 2016 8:24 pm
by whiteravenmetal
Priamos wrote: Ha,ha...I really damaged Prowler's reputation after all! :lol:
I'm a Solar Eagle fan but Prowler is trully a hater. Unless you think such a self-loathing is possible, I think you got all your answers. :wink:
Haha damn I keep a little bit of hope that he was, too much questions to ask to the frontman of the legendary Solar Eagle... Still curious about your real bands Prowler!

Re: Messiah test pressing 1985 - Unreleased version of Final warning?

Posted: Sun Dec 11, 2016 6:03 am
by doomedplanet
I posted that above....
whiteravenmetal wrote:.. Still curious about your real bands Prowler!

Re: Messiah test pressing 1985 - Unreleased version of Final warning?

Posted: Sat Aug 10, 2019 11:04 am
by Kraignoss666
Just found a copy of this test pressing, and after giving it a listen, I can confirm it’s a VERY pleasant experience: clearer mix, added effects on vocals, not the same keyboards parts, different stereo effects and reverbs... Looks like it was planned to have a more polish version of the original raw/muddy mix, and it really works: it’s the same amazing record (this remix doesn’t kill the killer mood of the original), upgraded for listening pleasure!!!

Re: Messiah test pressing 1985 - Unreleased version of Final warning?

Posted: Sat Aug 10, 2019 12:52 pm
by Pestkrieg
Wow. Would love to to hear this version!

Re: Messiah test pressing 1985 - Unreleased version of Final warning?

Posted: Sat Aug 10, 2019 1:18 pm
by Kraignoss666
Sadly, I don’t have anything to rip vinyl... And if I could, I still don’t know what would be the « right » choice: spread it to the world, or let it stay in its glorious « impossible to find » old school fashion. Truly a philosophical question...