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Badge: “Silver Woman” / “Something I’ve Lost”

debut 7” single, Metal Minded Records, 1981

The Metal Minded Records label was a short-lived subsidiary of Neat Records.

mitchfindergeneral:

Raven - Live at the Inferno

Falsetto sirens await you.

From their totally intense second LP, Wiped Out (Neat Records, 1982). With this record and its other session tracks (which became the Crash Bang Wallop EP, Neat Records, 1982), Raven upped their game considerably from their already great first LP.

ad, 1981

NYC band Riot were an American act which was embraced and adopted by the NWOBHM.

Witching Hour | Venom

xuli-jing:

Venom - Witching hour

Amazing track from their legendary first LP, Welcome to Hell, Neat Records, 1981.

49scream:

Saxon - Wheels Of Steel eagle patch.

If Heaven is Hell | Tokyo Blade

hitoshura1989:

If Heaven is Hell by Tokyo Blade from the 1983 debut self titled album Tokyo Blade.

Also appeared on the US version of their debut LP (which was called Midnight Rendezvous (Combat Records, 1984) and was a combination of their self-titled UK LP and the “Midnight Rendezvous” follow-up EP (Powerstation Records, 1983 and 1984 respectively)).

Jaguar: “Axe Crazy”

Their second 7” single release, Neat Records, 1982

Girlschool: “Fox on the Run”

Great cover of the Sweet track, from Girlschool’s Take a Bite LP, GWR Records, 1988

Metal Forces magazine, No. 2, late 1983

mitchfindergeneral:

Demon - Into the Nightmare

INTO THE NIGHTMARE

OUT OF THE DEAD OF NIGHT

THEY CAME

B-side of their “Night of the Demon” single, Carrere Records, 1981

cikbuds10rockarolla:

Saxon-Hungry Years

1980, Strong Arm of the Law album, Carrere Records

Tygers of Pan Tang: “Suzie Smiled”

From their first LP, Wild Cat, MCA Records, 1980

Big Daisy: “Fever” / “Footprints on the Water”

Double A-side 7” single, Ellie Jay Records, 1980

Ultra-rare and obscure NWOBHM vinyl

Venom: “Warhead”

Live version of their 1984 single (Neat Records, 1984) from the Hell at Hammersmith Alive in ‘85 video

hitoshura1989:

1979-1981