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Saturation Point - Various - Hard Rock Hitters (CD)

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  1. Produced by Spencer Proffer (Quiet Riot, King Kobra, W.A.S.P.) and originally issued in , the album contains a sterling selection of tracks that place the band center stage in the burgeoning mid 80s hard rock renaissance, and give vocalist George Criston room to impress at every turn.
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Hard Rock Hitters - Various Artists on AllMusic -
  3. Discogs: CD, The Saturation Point. リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。 Label: TNT Studio - TNT/ • Format: 2x, CD Unofficial Release • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock.
  4. Oct 30,  · Rainbow’s Long Live Rock ‘n’ Roll and Judas Priest’s Hell Bent for Leather form the boundary line between heavy metal and hard rock. Although the term “heavy metal” had been in use for over a decade, it never had a consistent or concrete musical style to attach itself to, and the term remained more or less undefined throughout the.
  5. The ones I can peg down are heavy hitters, even if only to the long-time classic rock devotee. I doubt the guy who listens to the local classic rock station on his way to and from work has ever heard of any of these players. The exception being a HUGE one, Mick Jagger, who adds a harmonica part to his brother Chris’ contribution, “Racketeer.
  6. Hard Rock "In January , Magnum released their 20th studio album, “Lost on the road to eternity”. Coming forty years afte the release of their debut album it was a great album that demonstrated that they’re still making great music and got great reviews.
  7. Saturation, an Album by Urge Overkill. Released 8 June on Geffen (catalog no. GED; CD). Genres: Alternative Rock.
  8. Oct 17,  · The genre enjoyed nearly 10 years of prominence, but near the end of the '80s, hair metal hit its saturation point. After Guns N' Roses released Appetite For Destruction in , the number of clone bands hit an all-time high. The popular bands retained their fan bases, but there was no more room for newbies. The times were about to be a-changin'.

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