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  1. If you were around in Europe in the late 70's/early 80's and metal was your thing, or maybe if you had a killer import store in your neighborhood, this album should bring back some smiles, especially if you kept up with the New Wave of British Heavy Metal (NWOBHM) which launched the careers of bands like Maiden, Saxon and Def Leppard to name a few.
  2. The facade of the New Wave Of British Heavy Metal was nothing more than a front to the punk scene that erupted in Britain during the late seventies. This "New Wave" of bands were merely more spotty, they wore more leather, played faster but could not consume as much drink or drugs as the old wave of bands which including Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, Budgie etc.
  3. I recognized only about ¼ of these bands, so this collection is a real treat. This makes a great companion piece to Union Square’s 2-disc, 40 track “New Wave of British Heavy Metal” - playback volume between the 2 releases is very similar, so I could make some great personal playlists discs, plus there are only a few songs that overlap/5(14).
  4. The original stereo master tapes were lost after they were sent to the German record company, Woolfe Records, who released a vinyl version of the album with a new sleeve. The tapes were not returned until they were eventually tracked down by Lars Ulrich and Phonogram Germany for inclusion on the compilation album 'New Wave Of British Heavy Metal '79 Revisited'.
  5. NWOBHM '79 Revisited (Full Compilation) New Wave Of British Heavy Metal New York Metal - Compilation (Full Vinyl Rip) Ultimate Heavy Metal Rock Songs Full Album - Top 40 Heavy Metal.
  6. Ulrich compiled New Wave of British Heavy Metal '79 Revisited in Again according to biographies and interviews, the new bassist Jason Newsted was treated quite badly within the band, with frequent pranks during the tour. His bass lines were excluded in the mixing of And Justice for All, which created much frustration on his part.
  7. Apr 04,  · Discover releases, reviews, songs, credits, and more about New Wave Of British Heavy Metal '79 Revisited at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your collection/5().
  8. Dave Gugelot (b) – also in Killer, Lovechild and Ravenheart Dave Pick (d) Notes: – Appeared on the “New Wave of British Heavy Metal ’79 Revisited” compilation (Vertigo/Metal Blade, ) in black and in transparent electric blue vinyl.

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