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Post#1261 » Thu Dec 10, 2009 12:24 pm

...but if released in 1983 you never know. The early 80's was full of surprises.
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Post#1262 » Thu Dec 10, 2009 12:49 pm

Right, so if you guys haven't heard from this one, then it must be a ultra-mystery. I don't mind that much, if it is a bit glamy, as long as there is some real metal in it and not something from the SHORES OF EVENING-category!

Maybe i`ll try my luck, who needs christmas presents for the family anyway? So overrated...
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Post#1263 » Thu Dec 10, 2009 3:13 pm

Vanadium - Seventh Heaven 1989

Was this one ever released on vinyl?

I figured my collection needed it, but the rest of them are vinyls... Is there any hope?

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Post#1264 » Thu Dec 10, 2009 4:15 pm

GJ wrote:Vanadium - Seventh Heaven 1989

Was this one ever released on vinyl?

I figured my collection needed it, but the rest of them are vinyls... Is there any hope?
Was released on vinyl ! Happy hunting !
For searching your on the net correct name is like this ; Seventheven

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Post#1265 » Thu Dec 10, 2009 4:26 pm

tbieri wrote:
GJ wrote:Vanadium - Seventh Heaven 1989

Was this one ever released on vinyl?

I figured my collection needed it, but the rest of them are vinyls... Is there any hope?
Was released on vinyl ! Happy hunting !
For searching your on the net correct name is like this ; Seventheven
Thanks for the info! (I'll add an "a" though)
Is it a rare/expensive one? I read that the band supposedly headed for a more "americanized" sound on this one (and I don't mean US-metal :roll: ) and I dont't wanna pay too much for it.

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Post#1266 » Thu Dec 10, 2009 4:34 pm

Thats true. It is more melodic than the others. Not really metal, but i think the previous ones are more Heavy Rock than Metal also.
Quality is about the same like all the others, just more melodic, with more keyboards.
Download it somewhere and check it out first.
There is one on eBay actually for $75.-. Don't know if it's expensive for this one but it's the rarest one from Vanadium.

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Post#1267 » Fri Dec 11, 2009 9:25 am

V/A - Iron Tyrants III - The European Blitz
Was this only releaed on Pic-LP or is there a regular LP version out there?
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Post#1268 » Sat Dec 12, 2009 3:25 am

Anyone know where this came from? Seems kind of foolish to get something like that from Argentina...

http://cgi.ebay.com/Stormchild-Big-Dais ... 414b60042a

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Post#1269 » Sat Dec 12, 2009 2:45 pm

must be another brazilian boot unless the argentinians thought about having a go,why not,it will sell,people bid blindly,i wouldnt be surprised if someone won this for like $100 thinking its a private UK release from 1982.people know jackshit these days,its all auctions
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Post#1270 » Sat Dec 12, 2009 4:46 pm

Sgt. Kuntz wrote:Does anyone has any info on this one or maybe knows how it souds like:

http://cgi.ebay.de/St-Elizabeth-self-ti ... dZViewItem

Looks great, but it probably isn't, right?
Not Metal

It is good for what it is but not Metal

Southern AOR

I sold me last copy for $125 I think
I the guy was pretty happy but he was not a metal guy

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Post#1271 » Sat Dec 12, 2009 4:54 pm

i almost think I know the bootlegger of the Stormchild/Big Daisy 10"

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Post#1272 » Sat Dec 12, 2009 6:25 pm

glockose wrote:
Sgt. Kuntz wrote:Does anyone has any info on this one or maybe knows how it souds like:

http://cgi.ebay.de/St-Elizabeth-self-ti ... dZViewItem

Looks great, but it probably isn't, right?
Not Metal

It is good for what it is but not Metal

Southern AOR

I sold me last copy for $125 I think
I the guy was pretty happy but he was not a metal guy
Thanks for the info, so i`d better leave it for someone else. I actually enjoy some AOR at times, but it's definitively not for my metal collection.
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Post#1273 » Sun Dec 13, 2009 6:24 pm

Please, somebody must be sitting on a lot of info on this:

Epitaph - Tranquillity (World Fluid Records -92).

There's nothing written about them on the net. In Swedish HR & HM enc. the information only states the most basic like members and stuff. I wanna know how many ex there is and something about the label. I bet something is written about it in Ekeroth's [/i]Swedish Death Metal. I don't have access to that book...yet.

Sorry for repeating

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Post#1274 » Sun Dec 13, 2009 8:51 pm

AndyWhite wrote:Please, somebody must be sitting on a lot of info on this:

Epitaph - Tranquillity (World Fluid Records -92).

There's nothing written about them on the net. In Swedish HR & HM enc. the information only states the most basic like members and stuff. I wanna know how many ex there is and something about the label. I bet something is written about it in Ekeroth's [/i]Swedish Death Metal. I don't have access to that book...yet.

Sorry for repeating
in Ekeroth's book there are 2 EPITAPHs mentioned but both seem to be different bands as their discographies do not include that record..
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Post#1275 » Sun Dec 13, 2009 9:34 pm

doomedplanet wrote:Anyone know where this came from? Seems kind of foolish to get something like that from Argentina...

http://cgi.ebay.com/Stormchild-Big-Dais ... 414b60042a
It seems that Argentinan guys who made some black/death bootlegs some years ago (Morbid, Goatvulva, Mayhem) is moving to other level (Metallica, Slayer etc etc). These have been sold during last 6 months for ridiculous prices (many times supposedly limited to 10pcs). And it started off with bootleg tapes years ago.

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