Hungarian metal - a recommendation thread

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the erlking wrote:What blasphemy! Kalapacs is the real Pokolgép singer for me. I love his voice.
AMEN :D :D :D
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MEXDefenderOfSteel wrote:
the erlking wrote:What blasphemy! Kalapacs is the real Pokolgép singer for me. I love his voice.
AMEN :D :D :D
took me some time to get into it but 100% agree.

Laci Basci's shop is quite overprized
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The Knell wrote:
MEXDefenderOfSteel wrote:
the erlking wrote:What blasphemy! Kalapacs is the real Pokolgép singer for me. I love his voice.
AMEN :D :D :D
took me some time to get into it but 100% agree.

Laci Basci's shop is quite overprized
I bought Rotor - Tepj Szet Minden Lancot for 4 euros from Laci Bacsi, that must be considered a reanonable price
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OK but sometimes they're a bit exaggerated.

Maybe I always see the overprized and not the cheap stuff
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I'm back from a fun trip. Unfortunately Laci Basci's store was closed the two times I passed by but I did end up making some purchases in a mainstream CD store. They had lots of later era Omen, Moby Dick, P. Mobil, Kalapács etc. but I didn't have time to listen in the store so I went with something familiar: the first two Pokolgép remasters. The guys in the store forced me to get an album by a thrash band called Fekete Sereg as well... It looks pretty bad but it was cheap so nevermind. :)
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Post by great_knuthulhu »

Thanks a lot for the tips. I was only familiar with Pokolgep (and the old early 80s/70s acts, like Karthago, Dinamit and the like) before I read this thread. I found a Hungarian site that accepts international orders and ordered some CDs to test things (Would love to get the original vinyls, but hearing the music is the most important thing). Can't wait for them to arrive :wink:
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About Rotor. Is "Semmi nem elég" anything to spend hard earned euros to?
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Great recommendations here, I´m deeply into hungarian metal...
Thanks for the one or another new name.....
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check the demo of Ozirisz, from 1988: a very, very good and catchy fast metal.
The guy who gave it to me said it's a mix of Europe and Bon Jovi, but actually this is pure, fast and catchy heavy metal.
Very rare...I have never found any other info about this demo, while the Lp's are pretty easy to find

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=DE1JLYHY
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jnfernal wrote:check the demo of Ozirisz, from 1988: a very, very good and catchy fast metal.
The guy who gave it to me said it's a mix of Europe and Bon Jovi, but actually this is pure, fast and catchy heavy metal.
Very rare...I have never found any other info about this demo, while the Lp's are pretty easy to find

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=DE1JLYHY
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Not sure if Slogan was refered yet.
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Somebody please can tell me the tracklist of the Ozirisz Demo I posted a fe years ago?
And was there any cover or picture?
I lost everything, I can not find any information than the link I posted here
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DaN wrote:...because all music sound better once you put it on a mix-tape.

That's a fact. I happened to have a bunch of odd Hungarian Hard Rock and Heavy Metal vinyls in my collection where great tunes were spread about them that wouldn't see the light of day and get played as much as they deserved if I didn't do something about it. Thus this comp CDR of "Hungarian Warriors" happened. All songs are taken from LPs and 7"s released between the years 1980 and 1992.
No, I didn't spend much time on the cover, but I'm pleased with the overall result. Enjoy + let me hear what you think :)

http://www.mediafire.com/file/4ncepl6ms ... rcosok.rar
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Hey, thanks!
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Whoah!! Cheers! And cover is killer!
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