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I'm going to date myself here but .......When Ace Of Spades came out it was an amazing youth soundtrack. There was absolutely nothing like it. It was faster and harder than anything really. Look at the cover! Look closely at their faces? Pure attitude.


The music to commit crime to!






A a teenager these guys looked like they came from another world and could also kick your azz!


Truly something rare in metal history. A road marker on the journey to what extreme metal would eventually become.redface.gif

Redcar, you just gave me an AWESOME idea for a serious of articles. Thank you!
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Redcar, you just gave me an AWESOME idea for a serious of articles. Thank you!

 

 

 

KISS had songs about Maken' Love, these guys had songs about Shooten You In The Back!

 

I graduated high school in 81 this came out in 1980, so you can only imagine what it was like for us 17-18 year olds?

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KISS had songs about Maken' Love, these guys had songs about Shooten You In The Back!

 

I graduated high school in 81 this came out in 1980, so you can only imagine what it was like for us 17-18 year olds?

Awesome ^^^

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All Guns Blazing!

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^Wow i love a huge amount of Priest^

Playing the very first Enslaved cd at the moment :cool:

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Re Motorhead.Did anyone play bass like Lemmy then or is his style and sound unique.Its basically like a rhythm guitar with huge balls.

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Well, Lemmy always pointed the mic about six inches above his head so he could bellow into it. He never pointed the mic into his face. He bellowed up into it.

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Re Motorhead.Did anyone play bass like Lemmy then or is his style and sound unique.Its basically like a rhythm guitar with huge balls.

1972-1975: Hawkwind

See also Hawkwind (1970-75: United Artists era)

In 1972, Lemmy joined the space rock band Hawkwind, who were based in Ladbroke Grove, London, as a bassist and vocalist. He had no previous experience as a bass guitarist, but quickly developed a distinctive style that was strongly shaped by his early experience as a rhythm guitarist, often using double stops and chords rather than the single note lines preferred by most bassists. His bass work was a fundamental part of the Hawkwind sound during his tenure, perhaps best documented on Space Ritual. He also provided the lead vocals on a number of songs, including the band's biggest UK chart single, "Silver Machine", which reached No.3 in 1972.

 

 

Below was more my style then.

 


Edited by Redcarmoose - 2/22/14 at 3:31am
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Originally Posted by Redcarmoose View Post
 

 

 

 

KISS had songs about Maken' Love, these guys had songs about Shooten You In The Back!

 

I graduated high school in 81 this came out in 1980, so you can only imagine what it was like for us 17-18 year olds?


Love this. If I had to list five metal bands that had the biggest influence on me...I'm not sure what the rankings would be...some NOBHM (Maiden/Priest), a classic Thrash album....some stoner/doom, a classic BM and DM band..but the band that would stand up for me as never going out of style....as always being badass would Motorhead!

 

BTW, for a guy possibly, sadly confronting a terminal illness-I thought/think Aftershock is totally solid...better than solid-classic Motorhead.

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KISS had songs about Maken' Love, these guys had songs about Shooten You In The Back!

 

I graduated high school in 81 this came out in 1980, so you can only imagine what it was like for us 17-18 year olds?

 

Did you listen to Hellhammer when they were still Hellhammer?

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I have a soft spot for early BOC

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Love this. If I had to list five metal bands that had the biggest influence on me...I'm not sure what the rankings would be...some NOBHM (Maiden/Priest), a classic Thrash album....some stoner/doom, a classic BM and DM band..but the band that would stand up for me as never going out of style....as always being badass would Motorhead!

BTW, for a guy possibly, sadly confronting a terminal illness-I thought/think Aftershock is totally solid...better than solid-classic Motorhead.

\m/ long live Motörhead \m/

Lemmy has had a terminal illness in the form of drug addiction for the better part of his career...."that's the way I like it baby I don't wanna live forever"
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It's basically Devins Ghost Part 2. More or less. And all the extra money goes into Z2!
I'll absolutely pledge.

http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/casualties-of-cool

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Did you listen to Hellhammer when they were still Hellhammer?

No only a little Celtic Frost later. I did have a cassette in 72 that was actually a demo pre recorded tape that had part of Led Zeppelin one on side one and part of Black Sabbath one on side two. So I was totally into both of them at age 10 in forth grade!

Really though Black Sabbath was everything to me after hearing the Paranoid record with headphones a couple years later.

I traded some kid from junior high school my Sabbath Bloody Sabbath record, but he showed up at my house later in the evening and said in a nervous tone, " Ahh? Hey my folks saw this record and ..ah we just can 't have this in our house, they are out in the car waiting,.....wink.gif and ah I have to return it to you."

I could not be his friend after that either.




Maybe no one cares ......
But the Golden Earring album "Moontan" is kinda hard to find in the exact way it was released in the US. The US version is only 38 minutes long and has only 5 songs where all you can find now on CD, is the UK / European version which has 6 songs, plus missing one song the US version has. The early US versions had the dancer on the cover but were quickly changed to the earring symbol later. So for anyone into that old record there is a 24/192 vinyl rip floating around in the correct US track list. Or you still can find it on vinyl as they sold a ton of that record due to the hit song Radar Love.

According to Ozzy Osbourne of Black Sabbath, while recording their fifth album Sabbath Bloody Sabbath, Tony Iommi suffered from writer's block and was not able to produce any riffs that used to be the main body of the band's songs. After listening to Moontan album, something happened and Iommi wrote a riff that ended up being the main riff of title song Sabbath Bloody Sabbath.
The US vinyl version just never made it to CD?
Edited by Redcarmoose - 2/22/14 at 11:29am
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