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Post#46 » Mon Mar 14, 2011 6:12 pm

MEXDefenderOfSteel wrote:
J.K. wrote:
MEXDefenderOfSteel wrote:Motorhead is rock n roll and Judas Priest wasnt "new" ,if we should include them this would have to be change to just "britsh heavy metal"
The "New wave of" doesn't mean the bands had to be new, only the music had to. It's a new wave of metal not a new wave of newcomers ;)
thank you for clarifying with your extended knowledge what was the whole NWoBHM movement for all of us here :lol:

now back to my black metal bands :wink:
you're welcome! lol

I shouldn't put that winking smiley may be hehehe
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Post#47 » Mon Mar 14, 2011 8:38 pm

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J.K. wrote:Shame on you because you prefer Heaven and Hell or Dehumanizer to Paranoid, Master of Reality, S/T or Vol.4 :P
Ok maybe I'm the only one here to prefer Dio VS Ozzy.
You think ? I encountered many "true metalheads" that love to claim they prefer the Dio-era and that the "Ozzy-era is for wimps"... :roll:

As for me, I love Dio.... mainly in Rainbow. Never liked is collaboration with BS (with the exception or 2-3 tracks here and there but nothing freaking out).
Here is the opposite between local metalheads really.
For me it is due most to a nostalgic feel, and i really think that Dio's voice is more metal, but absolutely I don't think Ozzy's era is for wimps. His voice fits perfectly with the hard rock with dark-psych atmosphere of the 70's. Not so perfect for '80 metal IMO.

Perhaps many say that because of his solo career that is much more commercial than B.S. and that is true. For example nobody here have choosen any Ozzy's song for the top 15 by the way.

About unity of B.S. I agree there were too many changes of line-up after Ozzy, it's right, but I think the only ONE member that is really indispensable in that band is Tony Iommi (the heart and soul of B.S.), and this is shown to the at least 5 great Lp (2 with Dio and 3 with T. Martin), but also this is only a personal point of view.
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Post#48 » Mon Mar 14, 2011 8:54 pm

This was already discussed here I guess. I don't like the idea of opposing both Dio and Ozzy era. I like both. They are very different which proves that Iommi is a very clever songwriter. He can adapt his songwriting to the vocal skills and the personnality of each singer.

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Post#49 » Mon Mar 14, 2011 9:03 pm

Iommi is certainly the center-piece of Sabbath... But damned I like Ozzy and Bill Ward a lot. So I prefer the classic line-up, because it's like a unique entity. But of course Sabbath survived with only Iommi.As for non-Ozzy albums, I like "Born Again" very much. And regarding Ozzy's solo career, It really has nothing to do with NWOBHM imo. It's more basic/classic Hard Rock.
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Post#50 » Mon Mar 14, 2011 9:14 pm

But we are far from NWOBHM here. If you want to discuss about post-Ozzy BLACK SABBATH, you can go here :

http://thecorroseum.com/phpbb2/viewtopi ... light=poll

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Post#51 » Thu Mar 24, 2011 3:38 pm

These are my top classics:

Raven - Wiped Out
Samson - Mr. Rock & Roll
Bashful Alley - Running Blind
Witchfynde - Ready to Roll
Starfighters - Help Me
Wolf - A Soul for the Devil
Xero - Cutting Loose
Quartz - Stoking up the Fires of Hell
White Spirit - High Upon High
E.F. Band - Last Laugh is on You
Seventh Son - Man in the Street
Saxon - Stallions of the Highway
ToPT - Love Don't Stay
Mama's Boys - Straight Forward

Is the Wolf track released under the Black Axe moniker too?

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Post#52 » Thu Mar 24, 2011 4:17 pm

AndyWhite wrote:Is the Wolf track released under the Black Axe moniker too?
No.

Good list BTW. :)

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Post#53 » Sat Apr 02, 2011 1:00 pm

The Erlking : Great list, good mix between well-known/less-known.
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Post#54 » Fri Apr 29, 2011 4:09 pm

Tank - Struck By Lighting
Jaguar - The Fox
Raven - Tyrant Of The Airways
Weapon - Set The Stage Alight
Atomkraft - Future Warriors
Venom - Live Like An Angel Die Like A Devil
Tygers Of Pantang - Killers
Cloven Hoof - Gates Of Gehennah
Demon - One Helluva Night
Angelwitch - Angelwitch
Iron Maiden - The Phantom Of The Opera
Saxon - Street Fighting Gang
Tokyo Blade - Sunrise In Tokyo
Badger - Over The Wall
Sledgehammer - Sledgehammer
Fist - Collision Course
Def Leppard - Rock Brigade
Persian Risk - Ridin' High
Battleaxe - Burn This Town
Black Axe - Highway Rider

shit ,there were so many great tunes ,hard to choose
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Post#55 » Fri May 06, 2011 2:18 pm

Holocaust - Heavy Metal Mania
Satan - Break Free
Cloven Hoof - Laying Down The Law
Angel Witch - Angel Witch
Mythra - Death And Destiny
Virtue - We Stand To Fight
Jameson Raid - The Hypnotist
Witchfinder General - Death Penalty
Saxon - 747 (Strangers In The Night)
Trident - Destiny
Dark Star - Lady Of Mars
Vardis - 100MPH
Limelight - Ashes To Ashes
Venom - In League With Satan
Iron Maiden - Killers

Impossible to include all the favorite nwobhm songs.
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Post#56 » Fri May 06, 2011 3:48 pm

Compiling these lists always wrecks my head! :lol:

Arc - War Of The Ring
Angel Witch - Gorgon
Bleak House - Rainbow Warrior
Blitzkrieg - Blitzkrieg
Diamond Head - Shoot Out The Lights
Hell - Save Us From Those Who Would Save Us
Iron Maiden - Running Free
Jaguar - Master Game
Omen Searcher - Too Much
Pagan Altar - Judgement Of The Dead
Saracen - Horsemen Of The Apocalypse
Satan - Hunt You Down
Tank - (He Fell in Love with a) Stormtrooper
Venom -Witching Hour
Witchfinder General - Burning A Sinner

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Post#57 » Fri May 06, 2011 6:12 pm

^^ You two dudes have pretty much nailed it on the head with those lists, great choices!

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Post#58 » Fri May 06, 2011 6:37 pm

It's kind of sick when you think of the bands that I DIDN'T include! :lol:

Try it Donal. It will drive you mad!

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Post#59 » Fri May 06, 2011 6:44 pm

Yeah nice shots !!

I don't know all the titles, maybe I will dig that.
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Post#60 » Fri May 06, 2011 9:51 pm

Aiden wrote:It's kind of sick when you think of the bands that I DIDN'T include! :lol:

Try it Donal. It will drive you mad!
Yep, there needs to be at least 150 songs to describe the genre properly. :)
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