9 thoughts on “ Killers - Various - New Wave Of British Heavy Metal 79 Revisited (CD)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of New Wave Of British Heavy Metal '79 Revisited on Discogs. Label: Vertigo - • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal/5(26).
  2. Apr 04,  · referencing New Wave Of British Heavy Metal '79 Revisited, 2xCD, Comp, CAROL CD Seems like Metal Blade reissued this set in the US /5().
  3. New Wave of British Heavy Metal - '79 Revisited. Black Axe (Artist), White Spirit (Artist), Holocaust (Artist), Diamond Head (Artist), Girlschool (Artist), Jaguar (Artist), Fist (Artist), Praying Mantis (Artist), Samson (Artist), Saxon (Artist) & 7 more. Format: Audio CD/5(3).
  4. Assembled by Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich and one-time Sounds and Kerrang! editor Geoff Barton, this two-CD set arguably constitutes the definitive historical re-cap of the most important development in the history of heavy metal, the New Wave of British Heavy Metal.9/
  5. - New Wave of British Heavy Metal '79 Revisited - bengverriworthoucu.lyaquestudcompjerrasecnilaparseysio.co Music Audio CD $ 3 Used from $ 1 New from $ Vinyl — Audio, Cassette from $ 1 New from $ 1 Collectible from $ Special offers and product promotions. Amazon Business /5(3).
  6. Apr 04,  · , CAROL CD Various: New Wave Of British Heavy Metal '79 Revisited ‎ (2xCD, Comp) Metal Blade Records, Caroline Records: , CAROL CD US: このバージョンを出品/5().
  7. This CD should be in all the worlds greatest museums as it is a brilliant historical record of the New Wave Of British Heavy Metal (NWOBHM) that swept the world in the early 80's. The NWOBHM wake spawned so many killer bands all over the world. The booklet within the CD box is huge and provides so much detail on the movement and bands involved/5(25).
  8. No, we're not talking about a "New New Wave" movement, but close; this question pertains to Earache's Heavy Metal Killers compilation, which profiles ten young bands from across Europe and the Americas that are busy reviving the sonic aesthetic and blue-collar attitude of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal, nearly 30 years after its / apogee.

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