This set comprises of 44 tracks, 30 of which are newly unearthed, unreleased recordings. “Afterlife” had featured the band’s cover of Rainbow’s classic ‘All Night Long’, and one particular treat presented here is an unreleased recording of the Russ Ballard penned, Rainbow fave ‘Since You Been Gone’, the 1992 instrumental backing track which Graham Bonnet recently added vocals.
In the history of Belgian heavy metal there are just a handful of bands who stand apart as being influential and impressive; of these, Killer are perhaps the most crucial of all. While there have been others – notably Acid, Ostragoth, Crossfire and FN Guns – who have all made their impact, it is Killer who are regarded as the most important metal name ever to come out of Belgium.
Finally, this album can get a proper release, and now features a second CD featuring eight bonus tracks. Also featured is newly commissioned liner-notes by Classic Rock’s Malcolm Dome based on recent interviews with Jimmy Waldo.
Edgar Winter is one of rock's aristocrats. Ever since he first burst into focus at the start of the 1970s, the multi-instrumentalist has been renowned for his individuality combined with a commercial intelligence – he has achieved success, but always on his own terms.
Winter was born in Texas during 1946, and is the younger brother of the great guitarist Johnny Winter, and like his elder sibling, he suffers from albinism.
As well as extensive liner notes based on new interviews with James Ray, this release of 'Destination Assassination – The Merciful Release Recordings 1989-1992' includes many rare and previously unreleased demo recordings, available on CD for the first time.
Hear No Evil Recordings are delighted to present this expanded edition of Black And White - the debut album from TERRAPLANE, precursory band to THUNDER featuring Luke Morley, Danny Bowes and Harry James.