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Biff Byford and Paul Quinn of Saxon

and-the-distance:

Dark Star - Kaptain America

From their self-titled, first full-length LP, Avatar Records & Screenworks Ltd, 1981

A II Z: “Treason”

B-side of the “No Fun After Midnight” single, Polydor Records, 1981

Black Sabbath: “Neon Knights” / “Children of the Sea” (non-LP live version)

7” single, Vertigo Records, 1980

A revamped lineup and a killer comeback LP reinvented the metal icons during the NWOBHM.

remainsofacaveman:

this rules so hard my mind is exploding

Saxon: “Princess of the Night” (from their fourth LP, Denim and Leather, Carrere Records, 1981)

Satan: “Break Free”

From the Court in the Act LP, their first full-length LP, Neat Records, 1983

Tysondog 1985 promotional photo

Paralex: “Rockin’ the Force”

promo video, 1981

A II Z: The Witch of Berkeley Live

Debut LP, Polydor Records, 1980

vile-insect:

IRON MAIDEN - phantom of the opera live in 1980

From the Live at the Rainbow video.

adsofmetal:

Blitzkrieg - A Time of Changes, July 1985

Motorhead: “Leaving Here” / “White Line Fever” single

Recorded for Stiff Records in 1977, unreleased at the time.

Thirty-nine years ago today, Motorhead played their first gig on Sunday July 20, 1975.

Saxon

Biff Byford and Steve Dawson