A short-lived sublabel to DJM Rercords, mostly known for presenting the filthy hounds of TANK to the world.
A possible "KAM LP6" could have been the TYTAN - Rough Justice LP that was supposed to come out on Kamaflage, but after the label went bankrupt in 1983 it didn't see the light of day until 1985, then on Metal Masters.
Albums start right below, singles start here.
|KAM LP1||Tank||Filth Hounds Of Hades||LP||1982||One of the best album titles in Metal history.|
One pressing came with a bonus single.
|KAM LP2||Bernie Tormé||Turn Out The Lights||LP||1982||Not Metal. Hard Rock.|
Available on black and white vinyl.
|KAM LP3||Tank||Power Of The Hunter||LP||1982|
|KAM LP4||Barón Rojo||Volumen Brutal||LP||1982||Licensed from Chapa Discos.|
|KAM LP5||Barón Rojo||Larga Vida Al Rock And Roll||LP||1982||Licensed from Chapa Discos.|
|KAM F1||Tank||Don't Walk Away (live) / The Snake||7"||1981||Featured as a bonus single in one pressing of the debut LP, though nowdays it often turns up alone on the 2nd hand market. B-side is a Pink Fairies-cover.|
|KAM 1||Tank||Don't Walk Away||7" /
|KAM 2||Digital Dinosaurs||Don't Call Us||7"||1981||Not Metal. Pop/disco.|
|KAM 3||Tank||Turn Your Head Around||7"||1982|
|KAM 4||Tank||(He Fell In Love With A) Stormtrooper||7"||1982|
|KAM 5||Bernie Tormé||America||7"||1982||Bernie's punk roots does shine through here I think, in a good way. Not known to be a stalwart of the NWOBHM, this particular song is an impressive Speed-Metal-prototype right up the alley of label mates Tank ..and Motörhead, obviously.|
|Tytan||Blind Men And Fools||7"/12"||1982|
|KAM 7||Tank||Crazy Horses||7"||1982|
|KAM 8||Bernie Tormé And The Electric Gypsies||Shoorah Shoorah||2x7"||1982||Not Metal. Glam rock.|