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have you ever wondered what Mercyful Fate would sound like if they were actually 4 black dudes from Cleveland?

They'd sound like BLACK DEATH and they would have made the greatest, lost forgotten gem of 80s metal, their one album that no one cared about and they split up soon after

first the cover



you gonna tell me you dont wanna hear what these guys sound like? FUCK BRO!
this is not some new hip indie band doing an ironic metal album cover, these guys were the real deal and the music sounds exactly like the product of these badasses here.


ok so if youre not into vintage early 80s metal youre probably not gonna be into this(its a very raw production job too), listen to the glorious intro to the first track here, just the first 25 seconds, if that doesnt make you wanna hear more then turn it off, this aint the album for you


this is my top track, when it kicks in you get the most psychotic falsetto vocals over MASSIVE riffs


wanna slow it down? these guys can do a soul ballad that would make Rick James weep into his coke


their best known and heaviest track


theres only 3 other songs on the album and theyre all great too, all killer, no filler. Highest possible recommendation

(777 im looking in your direction on this one)


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[QUOTE=Hanoi Cheyenne;15267530]have you ever wondered what Mercyful Fate would sound like if they were actually 4 black dudes from Cleveland?

They'd sound like BLACK DEATH and they would have made the greatest, lost forgotten gem of 80s metal, their one album that no one cared about and they split up soon after

first the cover



you gonna tell me you dont wanna hear what these guys sound like? FUCK BRO!
this is not some new hip indie band doing an ironic metal album cover, these guys were the real deal and the music sounds exactly like the product of these badasses here.


ok so if youre not into vintage early 80s metal youre probably not gonna be into this(its a very raw production job too), listen to the glorious intro to the first track here, just the first 25 seconds, if that doesnt make you wanna hear more then turn it off, this aint the album for you


I had a friend when I was young had there debut on LP. Thanks for posting. Hadn't thought about this band in years. They have a great old school Metal sound. Right up my alley

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^^tell him if he still owns that LP it goes for a pretty penny nowadays, its really hard to come by, think there was supposed to be a reissue a few years ago that didnt happen.
I got it from a blog and could believe how great it is and why it doesnt have a bigger rep, would likely pay over the odds for a vinyl copy.

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^^tell him if he still owns that LP it goes for a pretty penny nowadays, its really hard to come by, think there was supposed to be a reissue a few years ago that didnt happen.
I got it from a blog and could believe how great it is and why it doesnt have a bigger rep, would likely pay over the odds for a vinyl copy.
He might still own it. I know there still around with diffrent lineup. I think they only pressed like 2,000 or something. Haven't heard from him in awhile.
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Re: Recommend An Album

Here's another one.

Cage The Elephant - Cage The Elephant - 2008 - Alternative Rock






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Re: Recommend An Album

Here's a couple more You might want to give a shot.

First one up is

Vince Neil - Exposed - 1993



Track listing

"Look in Her Eyes" (Neil, Stevens, Soussan) (5:51)
"Sister of Pain" (Neil, Blades, Shaw) (5:02)
"Can't Have Your Cake" (Neil, Stevens) (3:56)
"Fine, Fine Wine" (Neil, Soussan) (4:12)
"The Edge" (4:53) (Neil, Stevens, Soussan)
"Can't Change Me" (Blades, Shaw) (4:39)
"Set Me Free" (Andrew Scott) (Sweet cover) (4:03)
"Living Is a Luxury" (Neil, Stevens) (5:39)
"You're Invited (But Your Friend Can't Come)" (Neil, Blades, Shaw) (4:22)
"Gettin' Hard" (Neil, Stevens, Soussan) (4:37)
"Forever" (Neil, Stevens, Soussan) (5:11)

Now this was Vince Neil's first solo release prior to leaving Motley Crue. Didn't really give this album a chance til 2000. My cousin said it was a stellar release. Features some great Guitar work by Steve Stevens. I've found myself listening to it more all the time. If your a fan of Motley Crue's Dr Feelgood. You might enjoy this release.






Next one up is a great classic release

The Band - The Band - 1969 - Rock



Track listing

Note: Many of the songs credited solely to Robbie Robertson were disputed by Levon Helm.

Side One
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Across the Great Divide" Robbie Robertson 2:53
2. "Rag Mama Rag" Robertson 3:04
3. "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down" Robertson 3:33
4. "When You Awake" Richard Manuel, Robertson 3:13
5. "Up on Cripple Creek" Robertson 4:34
6. "Whispering Pines" Manuel, Robertson 3:58
Side Two
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Jemima Surrender" Levon Helm, Robertson 3:31
2. "Rockin' Chair" Robertson 3:43
3. "Look Out Cleveland" Robertson 3:09
4. "Jawbone" Manuel, Robertson 4:20
5. "The Unfaithful Servant" Robertson 4:17
6. "King Harvest (Has Surely Come)" Robertson 3:39

Great album by The Band. This was there second release. I discovered The Band in the late 80's. Had heard there songs on Classic Rock radio. But you've never heard a full album by them. This may be a good starting point.



As you can see. My music goes across the board of all styles. Hopefully someone will discover some music they hadn't gave a chance before

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30 minutes of GAWD TIER/GOAT death metal.
Really good groove, great riffs, superb drumming


The Fall, amazing post-punk band.
Debut record, most accessible in the catalogue probably. Love it.
Fave record is probably this or Hex Enduction Hour



Toxic Narcotic/"We're All Doomed"

Boston Hardcore meets Crust Punk, very catchy.

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The Vader & The Fall albums I own. Thanks for sharing Toxic Narcotic. Gots to get some stuff by them

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Re: Recommend An Album

Here's some more for people to check.

The first one up is

Buddaheads - Howlin' At The Moon - 2004 - Blues Rock








Next up is a totally different style than last. But I love all kinds of music.

Hollywood Undead - Notes From The Underground - 2013 - Nu - Metal







Going to switch gears again.

Next up is

The Moody Blues - Seventh Sojourn - 1972 - Progreesive Rock







Here's another one. Mark Robinson - Have Axe Will Groove - Blues Rock



Track List
1. Drive Real Fast
2. Baby's Gone To Memphis
3. Angel Of Mercy
4. Cool Rockin' Daddy
5. Broke Down
6. Pull My Coat
7. Lifetime Prescription
8. Rhythm Doctor
9. What's The Matter Baby
10. Lonely Avenue
11. Blue Moon Howl

Couldn't find any studio Tracks. So here's a Live Track


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Re: Recommend An Album

Here's a couple more. Hopefully someone discovers some music here that they may not have giving a chance before.

First one up is

Dark Angel - We Have Arrived - 1985 - Thrash Metal - Speed Metal



Classic debut album from Dark Angel. Loved this album when I was young. Still think it's a great listen




Next one up is

Hardline - Danger Zone - 2012 - Hard Rock



Great Release from a band that's been around since the 90's. If you like Journey. You might enjoy this





Well there's a couple more

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