Woah, i had no idea High Roller were doing archive Riot releases too. Must check out what's on them. Only really interested in the band in the Speranza & Forester eras, so those 1st 2 volumes will doubtless find their way into my clutches. Thanks for the tip mate!doomedplanet wrote:I need to buy this box set too. Early material by them live or otherwise is essential.
I guess you know High Roller has so Riot releases in there "to be released" list? :
DLP RIOT - Archives Volume 1: 1976-1981
CD RIOT - Archives Volume 1: 1976-1981
DLP RIOT - Archives Volume 2: 1982-1983
CD RIOT - Archives Volume 2: 1982-1983
DLP RIOT - Archives Volume 3: 1987-1988
CD RIOT - Archives Volume 3: 1987-1988
DLP RIOT - Archives Volume 4: 1988-1989
CD RIOT - Archives Volume 4: 1988-1989
Ah, that would explain why the only mention of it that i could find was a brief line on Patrick Engel's website. Looking forward to finding out what's to be included on them. I like 'Thundersteel' too, but it was such a stylistic shift that i wish they'd called themselves something else after the Forester era. I know the band's line-up was in constant flux throughout their career, but there was a break in continuity & style after 'Born In America' & i always felt the name should have been retired at that point.doomedplanet wrote:Contents have not been announced, this has just shown up on their discography.
Of course I love the early material but the Thundersteel era I listen to a lot too. Looking forward to hearing whatever gems are unearthed.
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