Help with Metal Monday Recommendations

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doomedplanet
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Post#16 » Tue Apr 15, 2014 7:40 pm

it is a goodie but I prefer #6 over it.
Lama wrote:Another compilation-tip : "Metal Massacre IV". All hits!
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lox
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Post#17 » Tue Apr 15, 2014 7:57 pm

doomedplanet wrote:prefer the whole demo if you find it. I thought I had it already, but no...
done, no idea if the PM got thru :?

damn, ''Jump Fire'' & ''Seek & Destroy'' are much better than on record, shorter, more dense and to the point. winner!

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Post#18 » Tue Apr 15, 2014 8:26 pm

thanks, you never heard before?
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lox
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Post#19 » Tue Apr 15, 2014 8:50 pm

doomedplanet wrote:thanks, you never heard before?
I did but probably more lofi sound and that was before I got bit negative about ''Kill ''em All''.

For your DJ job: get Buffalo - Shylock - this never fails to impress and gets the headbanging go tad violent :D

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chatzial
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Post#20 » Wed Apr 16, 2014 6:59 am

Just a few suggestions (and some of my favorite songs):

TYTAN - The watcher
CLOVEN HOOF - Astral rider
GRIM REAPER - Fear no evil (or See you in Hell, both great)
HAMMER WITCH - Burned at the stake
ARMORED SAINT - Tainted Past
BARON ROJO - Tierra de nadie (HYMN!!!!!)
LIZZY BORDEN - Psychopath
GARGOYLE - Nothing is sacred (or any other Gargoyle song)

there a hundreds of songs that come to mind. But if you choose any of the above, have a beer for me.
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Priamos
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Post#21 » Wed Apr 16, 2014 7:47 am

doomedplanet wrote:it is a goodie but I prefer #6 over it.
Don't forget to play the Steel Assassin track!!!

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Warepire
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Post#22 » Wed Apr 16, 2014 4:28 pm

A couple more:
Europe - Scream of Anger
Helstar - Burning Star (anything off this album)
Holocaust - The Nightcomers (anything off this album)
Leviticus - Let Me Fight
Megadeth - Mechanix
Pandemonium - Evil Face
Silver Mountain - Scarlet Pimpernel (first performed live in 1982, didn't get an official release until 2001 on Breakin' Chains) [can provide live recording from 1982 in lossless, sound is decent]
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Dirty Rocker
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Post#23 » Wed Apr 16, 2014 6:18 pm

Sacrifice - Street Fighter
Axxe - Through the Night
Shylock - The Chosen One
Wolf - Medecine Man
Randy - The Beast
Ritual - Burning
Image - Illusion
Mercenary - Plastic Eyes
Shining Blade - On the Battlefields
Subway Force - Rainbow Fire
Future Tense - Go to Hell
Brats - Accepted
Death SS - Chains of Death
Gotham City - Gotham City
Tyrant - Day of the Knight
Iron Cross - Harder Than Stone
SA Slayer - Unholy Book
Heathens Rage - Knights of Steel
Zone Zero - Win or Die

And so on.
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ION BRITTON
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Post#24 » Wed Apr 16, 2014 7:49 pm

Dirty Rocker wrote:Shylock - The Chosen One
That's one motherfucking epic of a song.
Good against Evil, Evil sure to win

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The Sentinel
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Post#25 » Wed Apr 16, 2014 7:54 pm

BREAKER (Can): Living Free
BREAKER(US): Behind Enemy Lines
Long Live The Loud !!!

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doomedplanet
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Post#26 » Mon Apr 21, 2014 4:47 pm

of course I play all formats. But you are right I'm not really into this song much so probably won't go for it. thanks for suggestion anyway.
Warepire wrote: There are several reissues on CD for this one if you are in a pickle, one cheap edition is this one: http://www.amazon.com/Bang-Birth-Control/dp/B00000I27I
Or can you only play vinyl? Because I've never seen that for sale.. :(
The band is technically Prog Rock / Kraut, so I'd understand if they aren't heavy enough for this version of the show.
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Post#27 » Mon Apr 21, 2014 4:51 pm

obscure list! Thanks, I of course could not include Sacrifice since that is a rarity few have, including myself. Subway Force - Rainbow Fire very obscure! but somehow I have that compilation. Of course I need more suggestions by more known bands since I'm not planning on playing all underground stuff.
Dirty Rocker wrote:Sacrifice - Street Fighter
Axxe - Through the Night
Shylock - The Chosen One
Wolf - Medecine Man
Randy - The Beast
Ritual - Burning
Image - Illusion
Mercenary - Plastic Eyes
Shining Blade - On the Battlefields
Subway Force - Rainbow Fire
Future Tense - Go to Hell
Brats - Accepted
Death SS - Chains of Death
Gotham City - Gotham City
Tyrant - Day of the Knight
Iron Cross - Harder Than Stone
SA Slayer - Unholy Book
Heathens Rage - Knights of Steel
Zone Zero - Win or Die

And so on.
"The type of people who buy their albums won't be offended. They like boobs and bare bottoms" - Joanne Latham.

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ION BRITTON
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Post#28 » Mon Apr 21, 2014 7:07 pm

More classics then:

ANGEL WITCH - Evil Games
JUDAS PRIEST - Hard As Iron
METALLICA - Phantom Lord
OVERKILL - Second Son
FORBIDDEN - Forbidden Evil
HEATHEN - Goblin's Blade
IRON MAIDEN - Total Eclipse
EXODUS - Verbal Razor
BLACK SABBATH - Kill In The Spirit World
EXCITER - Beyond The Gates Of Doom
BURNING STARR - Evil Never Sleeps
INFERNAL MAJESTY - Overlord
NASTY SAVAGE - Asmodeus
JAG PANZER - The Watching
MANILLA ROAD - The Ram
CIRITH UNGOL - War Eternal
CRIMSON GLORY - Queen Of The Masquerade
Good against Evil, Evil sure to win

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doomedplanet
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Post#29 » Wed Apr 23, 2014 12:59 am

thanks for the suggestions, my mind has been a bit frazzled for weeks and this is really helping. 'Evil Invaders'...
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Post#30 » Wed Apr 23, 2014 5:44 pm

Rob, any chance to make an mp3 mix and put it in the Poisonoise eventually? I'm eager to hear (per chance) new combinations of these songs. Some I haven't heard anyway.
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