By Ace Diamond
Heavy Metal Soundtrack
I recently gave this one a spin on my headset. There is a lot of stuff one here that is very classic. Most notably are the versions of “heavy metal” by Sammy Hagar and “the mob rules” from Black Sabbath. The mixes are way different than the record album version. in the case of Black Sabbath, it is a known fact that this version is from a totally separate recording session and it includes the “E5150” intro as part of it. Over all I would say this is something every Metalhead should have in their respective arsenals.
Now I know it has been a while since i have put in a review for you all to feast on, so I must go heavy. This double live cd was recorded at various shows on the “VIOLENT REVOLUTION” tour in 2002-2003.
Kreator open the hostilities with “violent revolution” and just pummel you into the ground with one shit-kicker-boot-licker after another.
TOTALLY BRUTAL. Point blank, go now and get this cd. It will be well worth it.
Something From Our Jurassic Period:
I do not believe, if my memory serves me right I have done a piece on Little Richard yet. He just recently retired from rock and roll.
he is still one of the founding fathers. Always the flamboyant entertainer, his live shows always stunned, shocked and amazed audiences around the world. I got to witness it myself once.
“good golly, miss molly”, “rip it up”, and “long tall sally” are still among his best known works.
I think it is really sad that Pat Boone was unable to write his own hit records. Like Elvis, PatBoone ripped off a lot of black rock and blues musicians.