Italian Metal 0f the 80' on cds

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Post#106 » Sat Oct 22, 2011 4:54 am

Nonseinormale65 wrote:
Avenger wrote:What's Drama - Once And For All, 1989 sound like?


Good melodic stuff(imo),you can download it here: http://www.mediafire.com/?yyotnmwgzym ,but buy it if you really like it!


Thanks for the upload.

Also, what's up with the LM Records website?

It seems to be down...
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Post#107 » Sat Oct 22, 2011 1:26 pm

Actually New LM records is ditributed by Crotalo Records(run by P.Chain) from years,here is the site: http://www.crotalo.com/
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Post#108 » Sat Oct 22, 2011 4:46 pm

G.L.A.S. "Audax vincit" is just a fucking CDR....paid 17 euros (I was lucky because I live in Italy...) for 5 songs not even remastered.

I could have done a 1000 times better job and applied a 4-5 euros per CDR that is the right price for a CDR

Fucked up again by these bastards italian bands who scrupolously do no warn people about the products they sell.

I will stop giving my money to any self released italian production anymore.

5 euros for a CDR may be ok if it's said it's a CDR

But paying 17 euros and everybody I got in touch of the band seem even avoid answering or giving you fake informations...well, that's simply disgusting, sorry.
Fuck italian bands: you're in it only for (stealing) money

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Post#109 » Sat Oct 22, 2011 8:48 pm

Sorry to hear that,mate :cry: ,but not having bought the cd i didn't know it was a crappy cdr...and shame on the band/seller for not giving informations :evil: , not to mention the shitty music in it...to whom it may concern, avoid it like the plague!!!
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Post#110 » Sat Oct 22, 2011 10:20 pm

Yes...better for everybody to avoid this crap. If it were an official CD, maybe I could find some reason to be for this crap....

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Post#111 » Tue Jan 03, 2012 10:50 am

Nonseinormale65 wrote:52)Purple Angels(1991,LP on Axis records)reissued on cd by the same label
in 1995 with 3 bonus tks(the lp is easy to find,the cd is quite rare).


Nonseinormale65 wrote:53)Rain --- founded in 1981 this band released their first lp in 1991,entitled "Ten years after"(on Sysma records)and reissued it themselves on cd(now totally sold out)in 2004 with multimedial section containing old videos as bonus


What do these sound like?

There isn't much information out there about the bands.
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Post#113 » Wed Jan 04, 2012 12:27 am

Avenger wrote:
Nonseinormale65 wrote:52)Purple Angels(1991,LP on Axis records)reissued on cd by the same label
in 1995 with 3 bonus tks(the lp is easy to find,the cd is quite rare).


Nonseinormale65 wrote:53)Rain --- founded in 1981 this band released their first lp in 1991,entitled "Ten years after"(on Sysma records)and reissued it themselves on cd(now totally sold out)in 2004 with multimedial section containing old videos as bonus


What do these sound like?

There isn't much information out there about the bands.


Purple Angels were from Torino(Turin)and had their roots into Deep Purple and Rainbow but with a more 80s metal approach...after the split some members played(actually still play)in a Deep Purple tribute band(called 60/70),sometimes, when Ian Paice come to play solo gigs in Italy,they are his backing band.

Rain(from Bologna)in the early days played melodic/classic metal(including the first lp Ten years After),in the middle of the 90's they became heavier,you might like albums as Bigditch 4707 and Headshaker if you are into classics as old Saxon or Priest...not the best nor the worst band on lps/cds,actually they kicks asses on stage if you wanna headbang...
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Post#114 » Wed Jan 04, 2012 2:47 am

I only know Purple Angels because Neal Tanaka has the cover plastered on his wall :lol: Had a hell of a time figuring out what that cover was.

Decent enough record, seems quite rare. Not something I would spend a lot of money on though, so unless one turns up cheap it will never come through my hands.

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Post#115 » Wed Jan 04, 2012 5:06 am



Thanks for the link to youtube I checked there but didn't get anything relevant with my search. The link to the blogspot is appreciated but not supported by the browser on my work laptop. Go figure. Haha...
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Post#116 » Wed Jan 04, 2012 5:15 am

Nonseinormale65 wrote:Rain(from Bologna)in the early days played melodic/classic metal(including the first lp Ten years After),in the middle of the 90's they became heavier,you might like albums as Bigditch 4707 and Headshaker if you are into classics as old Saxon or Priest...not the best nor the worst band on lps/cds,actually they kicks asses on stage if you wanna headbang...


Thanks.

Are there any sounds clips available?
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Post#117 » Wed Jan 04, 2012 12:56 pm

Avenger wrote:
Nonseinormale65 wrote:Rain(from Bologna)in the early days played melodic/classic metal(including the first lp Ten years After),in the middle of the 90's they became heavier,you might like albums as Bigditch 4707 and Headshaker if you are into classics as old Saxon or Priest...not the best nor the worst band on lps/cds,actually they kicks asses on stage if you wanna headbang...


Thanks.

Are there any sounds clips available?


Never seen any clips around(their website has recent stuff only...),as usual i am far from home,i think i'll be back by the end of january,i'll rip and upload asap if you are interested :wink:

@Perishinflames,Purple Angels on lp is not so rare here in Italy,you can find in fairs for 30/40 euro,the cd is quite rare(70/80 euro or more when someone sells it!)
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Post#118 » Wed Jan 04, 2012 1:17 pm

If you find another near mint copy of Purple Angels LP, I would gladly pay 40 euro. Let me know if anything turns up.

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Post#119 » Wed Jan 04, 2012 2:02 pm

I remember seeing Purple Angels LP for 15-20 Euros 4-5 years ago.
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Post#120 » Thu Jan 05, 2012 12:55 am

perishinflames wrote:If you find another near mint copy of Purple Angels LP, I would gladly pay 40 euro. Let me know if anything turns up.


I used to have multiple copies of this one a few years ago, but now they're gone. I think that i know where i can find one, i will let you know as soon as i have news.

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