Equator - Uriah Heep

The story of Uriah Heep is one that is now within its 40th year and as such, is testament to the band’s talent and tenacity as both recording and touring artists. Through record breaking tours, gold and platinum selling albums, timeless chart scaling anthems and a fiercely dedicated fan base of worldwide proportions, Uriah Heep can rightly claim to be one of the greatest U.K. progressive heavy rock bands of both the 20th and 21st centuries.

Lead by original member and lead guitarist Mick Box since 1982, Uriah Heep returned in 2008 from a recording hiatus that had lasted ten years with a brand new studio album (Wake The Sleeper) that floored the critics and fans in equal measure. Equator, the band’s sixteenth studio album was produced by Tony Platt (AC/DC, Foreigner) and was the last to feature lead singer, Pete Goalby bringing to an end this powerful association. Equator was also the last time for the band to enjoy a UK chart placing.

This expanded edition adds 4 bonus tracks with the non-album single b-side, Backstage Girl as well as a live version of the Heep classic Gypsy. All are previously unreleased on CD and enhance this rather over-looked Uriah Heep offering. 25TH Anniversary Edition of Uriah Heep’s sixteenth studio album. Re-mastered & Expanded to include 4 bonus tracks previously unreleased on CD.
Our Price: £9.95
Code: CDLEM166
Weight: 200
Save wishlist

Rockarama / Bad Blood / Lost One Love / Angel / Holding On / Party Time / Poor Little Rich Girl / Skool’s Burnin / Heartache City / Night Of The Wolf / Bonus Tracks- Rockarama (7 Single Edit) / Back Stage Girl (7 Single B-Side) / Gypsy (Live) / Poor Little Rich Girl (7 Single Version)
No recommended products at the moment.
Gates To Purgatory
Taking their name from the track on the "Killing Machine” album by Judas Priest, Hamburg’s Running Wild would become best known as the Metal band with the pirate fixation. However, this image wasn’t to emerge until a good few years into their career (following their 3rd album release, "Under Jolly Roger” to be precise).

Prior to this, Running Wild were hell bent on establishing themselves on the wider European metal circuit, and following a number of well- placed demo tapes, the band came to the attention of Noise Records during the early 80s.

An invitation from the label lead to the band being included on the now revered compilation album, "Rock From Hell” which was released in ’83. This was quickly followed by inclusion on the ‘Death Metal’ comp. in ’84 where Running Wild had two tracks to their name. Gaining favourable interest the band were offered to record their first full-length album for Noise Records and "Gates To Purgatory” was released at the end of that same year.

With the band photographed surrounded by skulls and the satanic track titles, Running Wild began to draw comparisons to Venom and their ilk, when in reality they were more influenced by the aforementioned Priest along with Kiss and AC/DC.
Running Wild would go on to record eight studio albums for Noise and also release a live album. With a devoted fan-base, worldwide albums sales and a brand new album due for imminent release, "Gates To Purgatory” is where Running Wild first cast-off on their voyage of Metal discovery!

· Fully re-mastered Collector’s Edition of the debut album
from one of Germany’s first Thrash Metal bands.
· Expanded to include two bonus tracks.
· 12 page booklet with story of the album sleeve-note from a brand new interview with Rock ‘N’ Rolf and rare photos and images of memorabilia.

Release Date: 16/07/2012
Our Price: £9.95

click to see more

Metal Heart/Kaizoku-Ban - Live in Japan
"Metal Heart”, Accept’s sixth studio album, was their second major label release after 1983’s "Balls to The Wall”. Their 1985 record found the legendary and highly influential German heavy metal band go in a slightly more US radio-friendly than their previous releases, particularly on the single ‘Midnight Mover’.
This edition now includes the Japanese live mini-album "Kaizoku-Ban” in its entirety, recorded in Nagoya, Japan, on September 19, 1985 on the Japanese leg of the band’s Metal Heart world tour. "Kaizoku-Ban” features ‘Metal Heart’, ‘Screaming For A Love-Bite’ and ‘Up To The Limit’ from "Metal Heart” and ‘Head Over Heels’, ‘Love Child’ and ‘Living For Tonite’ from their previous long-player, "Balls to The Wall”.
The album was their first to be produced by famed German producer Dieter Dirks, best known for his work with fellow Teutonic rockers, the Scorpions.
This varied album strays into jazz territory on ‘Teach Us To Survive’ and even classical themes, with parts of Tchaikovsky's ‘Slavonic March’ and Beethoven's ‘Für Elise’ featured during the title track.
 The 16 page booklet features liner notes from Metal Hammer and Classic Rock’s Malcolm Dome based on a new interview with the band’s Wolf Hoffman.
Released: 12/08/13
Our Price: £9.95

click to see more


Lemon is part of Cherry Red | Site Design by Chase The Ace Design 2010



Buy 5 CDs = 25% off
Buy 3 CDs = 15% off
See Terms and Conditions


Click Here For Info


Click Here For Info


Cherry Red Records is a Carbon Neutral Company