DIAMOND HEAD PROMO DHS1 Wild On The Streets + Can’t Help Myself… superb laser etched band logo image. Great picture sleeve with biography & discography information
Death & Progress promo, interview, and video:
Death & Progress promo video featuring Brian & Sean, interview with Kerrang Geoff Barton and promo clips from !Wild On The Streets” and “I Can’t Help Myself”
|TITLE:||Wild On The Streets|
|DESCRIPTION:||DIAMOND HEAD Wild On The Streets (1991 UK single sided promotional vinyl 12″” issued as a sampler for the then forthcoming mini album also featuring the song Can’t Help Myself. The the non-playable side of the disc is laser etched with the band logo glossy picture sleeve with biography & discography information on the back DHS1)
Item excellent to mint condition. Your order will be shipped from the UK in our custom made packaging.
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|FORMAT:||12 Inch Vinyl|
Metallica’s – Garage Inc. album came out in 1998 and sold over five million copies. It contains four Diamond Head songs, and the royalties have changed my life a lot [says Diamond Head’s Brian Tatler]. I bought a house with my wife, and the constant flow of royalties mean that I no longer have to work.
“In 1998, I was visiting our drummer Karl in San Francisco, and I got a call from Lars Ulrich, who invited us to come and visit him at The Record Plant studio in Sausalito, California, where Metallica were recording Garage Inc. Lars showed us around and treated us to a playback of It’s Electric, that they’d just recorded.
“Later on we drove back into San Francisco to celebrate, and l asked Lars how many copies the record would sell. And he said, ‘this is probably going to sell five million copies, based on the the last few. So the beers are on you!’
“To get four songs on a Metallica album… I’ve been very lucky there. It’s just the way it is. They did great versions of our songs. They are very tight and make it rock. They introduced Diamond Head to millions of American fans that didn’t know Diamond Head, because we had never toured the US back in the day.
“I sometimes think of some of the other NWOBHM bands that didn’t get covered. It could have been Angelwitch. It could have been Tygers Of Pan Tang. I’m just very lucky.” [Diamond Head’s Brian Tatler]