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New Box Set Highlights Obscure Hair Metal From ’80s Sunset Strip

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New Box Set Highlights Obscure Hair Metal From ’80s Sunset Strip

The Numero Group is the unequalled archival record label that’s dug up the finest of the obscure gospel, hip-hop, roots, rock and much more audio which is been forgotten to time. Now, the imprint will give that exact same procedure to overlooked ’80s Sunset Strip hair and glam metallic with a box established called Certain for Hell: On the Sunset Strip.

It features a couple bands that longtime metalheads could possibly recall — Armored Saint, Lizzy Borden, Hellion. But it’s usually packed with dusty hits from various ’80s Hollywood metal artists they may possibly not remember, which includes Stormer, Steeler, Bitch, Witch, L.A. Rocks, Reddi Killowatt, Jaded Lady, Leather-based Angel, Black ‘N Blue and Max Havoc.

Sure for Hell comes on two 12″ records or a CD digipak with a comprehensive-colour e book composed by Katherine Turman, the creator of 2013’s Louder Than Hell: The Definitive Oral Heritage of Steel. The box set’s title comes from Max Havoc’s “Sure for Hell,” which also acts as a preview of the collection. The Numero Group’s Poser Evidence Die Really hard colored variant comes with a bonus cassette featuring 5 far more music.

Pre-buy Bound for Hell now at this link. Read a summary of the box established from the Numero Group beneath, adopted by a visualizer video for the Max Havoc monitor and the collection’s protect artwork and track listing.

Weighty steel? Glam? Challenging rock? Make your individual fuckin’ call, you poser. We are not gonna do it for you. Bound for Hell is early ’80s L.A. rock as it essentially was: a California cataclysm of drunk and horny headbangers, dressed in sharp, shiny, leather-based androgyny and fire, kicking crowds in the enamel to obvious the way to that a single significant shot. Showcasing 21 tracks by 21 of the Sunset Strip’s most razor-sharp heathens. Out there as a 2LP box set with an ephemera-stuffed gatefold and 144-website page hardbound book, or a sheer savage CD Wallet, with a 12-panel double-sided poster for all those denizens of the compact disc. Drumsticks burned. Arms were being severed. Faces bled. Heavy was HELL for a half decade and it was a extended, long way down.

Max Havoc, “Bound for Hell” (Visualizer Video)

Bound for Hell: On the Sunset Strip Album Artwork + Observe Listing

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1. Stormer, “Going to the Town”
2. L.A. Rocks, “Cocaine”
3. Max Havoc, “Certain for Hell”
4. Jaded Woman, “Rock ‘N’ Roll Ain’t Pretty”
5. Steeler, “Prepared to Explode”
6. Lizzy Borden, “No Time To Lose”
7. SIN, “On the Operate”
8. Black ‘N Blue, “Give ‘Em the Previous 1, 2, 3”
9. Bitch, “Damnation Alley”
10. Romeo, “Feelin’ to Rock”
11. V.V.S.I., “Savage Sort of Girl”
12. Hellion, “Up From The Depths”
13. Angeles, “Blade Of Steel”
14. Knightmare II, “Chilly Reception”
15. Witch, “Cinderella (In Black Leather)”
16. Reddi Killowatt, “Liquid Girl”
17. Armored Saint, “Lesson Perfectly Discovered”
18. Leather Angel, “We Came to Eliminate”
19. Tough Cutt, “Consider It or Leave It”
20. Lisa Baker, “Idiot of Lies”
21, Odin, “Judgement Day”

Bonus Cassette:
1. Black ‘N Blue, “Rules Ended up Manufactured to Be Broken *
2. Lisa Baker, “Each individual Girl’s Bought a Fantasy”
3. Stormer, “Driving”
4. Odin, “Midnight Flight”
5. Leather Angel, “Will need Your Enjoy”

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