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  1. Kigajar

    The New Wave Of British Heavy Metal was a short-lived affair and was already on the wane when M.P.H. was released and so Vardis found themselves reliant on their ability rather than the furore that accompanies any new fad. With that in mind, it's understandable why Vardis chose to release a live album as their debut – because the high.
  2. Fejar

    The Heavy Metal Soundtrack () isn't heavy metal at all, but rather a diverse collection of musical genres depicted in some of the most memorable songs to ever be released on a movie soundtrack. Artists range from Donald Fagan to Stevie Nicks to Black Sabbath/5(79).
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    SEALED New Copy. 03 Only As Young As You Feel 08 Don't Wanna Be (A Loser) 09 Good Thing Going 07 Coming Through
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    The Stage & P.A 'Heavy Metal Holocaust' Another stab at using a football ground as a venue for a hard rock festival, Metal was all the rage in the early 80s, but not every promoter got it right, in this case the crowd was estimated at 25,, as another event wasn't held its fair to guess that this event may have lost money- although.
  6. Tule

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    Sit back and watch the punters roll in. That’s what should’ve happened in theory. In practice, however, there were a few hiccups along the way. Most of them caused by bottles of Panda Pop. Allow us to explain. To confirm, the scene of the one-off Heavy Metal Holocaust – Port Vale FC on August 1, – was suitably tumbledown.
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