HELL COMES TO YOUR HOUSE compilation LP 1985 (Hard Rock, Metal) MFN 30, Red vinyl, no ps, SIGNED by Exciter

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Tracklisting:
A1 Manowar: Blood Of My Enemies
Producer – Jack Richardson Written-By – Joey DeMaio
A2 Exciter: Violence And Force
Producer – Carl Canedy Written-By – Exciter
A3 Anthrax: Deathrider
Producer – Carl Canedy Written-By – Benante* , Spitz* , Lilker* , Turbin* , Rosenfeld*
A4 Earthshaker: Wall
Producer – Masa Itoh Written-By – M. Nishida* , T. Kai*
A5 Hellion: Break The Spell
Producer – Hellion Written-By – Boleyn* , Schenck*
A6 Loudness Esper
Producer – Loudness Written-By – Akira Takasaki , Minoru Niihara*

B1 Metallica: Creeping Death
Producer – Metallica Written-By – Burton* , Hetfield* , Hammett* , Ulrich*
B2 Helstar: Burning Star
Producer – Carl Canedy , Oscar Pavon Producer, Written-By – Helstar
B3 Rods: Hurricane
Producer – Rods, Written-By – D. Feinstein*
B4 Tsunami: Fire Water
Producer – Gene Meros Written-By – Tsunami
B5 Earthshaker: Young Girls
Producer – Masa Itoh Written-By – Nishida* , Ishihara*
B6 Alaska: The Sorcerer
Producer – Bernie Marsden Written-By – Marsden

Made in France on label

Tracks:
A1 Taken From Album – Hail To England MFN 19
A2 Taken From Album – Violence and Force MFN 17
A3 Taken From Album – Fistful Of Metal MFN 14
A4 Taken From Album – Earthshaker MFN 13
A5 Taken From Album – Hellion MFN 15
A6 Taken From Album – Disillusion MFN 22
B1 Taken From Album – Ride The Lightning MFN 27
B2 Taken From Album – Burning Star MFN 20
B3 Taken From Album – Live MFN 16
B4 Taken From Album – Tsunami MFN 9
B5 Taken From Album – Fugitive MFN 21
B6 Taken From Album – Heart Of The Storm MFN 23  [Still recovering from his shock severance from Whitesnake, guitarist Bernie Marsden found solace in the pomp/pop rock stylings of his next creation, Alaska. Strangely – and this is the man who co-wrote Here I Go Again, remember – big labels weren’t snapping his hand off and so he found a warm welcome at Music For Nations, who put out this lovely album in 1984. Led by two superb singles (the Cars-like Susie Blue, and the more strident Headlines, later used by UK rag The Sunday Sport in it’s advertising campaigns), the record mixed the straight ahead rock of those two tracks with more complex material such as the title track, which wouldn’t have seemed out of place on a Magnum album from the time.

Marsden found a great vocalist in Rob Hawthorn, who mixed a smooth croon with some rough-around-the-edge Rod Stewartisms, and the vocalist handled the various styles found on the album effortlessly. Voice on the Radio strangely reminds the ear of Triumph’s Magic Power, and it’s this realisation that brings perhaps the key to why Alaska didn’t prosper in the same way as Whitesnake; the band simply tried to cover a few too many bases – usually stuff that was popular in America – when concentrating on straight up pop-rock might have been more conducive to success. Look what happened to The Outfield at more or less the same time! But whatever the ins and outs, Heart of the Storm remains an eminently listenable album, and one that’s well worth digging around for. And, if you’re lucky, you’ll be able to find a good quality vinyl copy for around twelve quid].

Unlike many, if not most of their ilk from around the same time, little is now spoken of Californians Tsunami. That’s a shame, because their self-titled debut is rather a fine little nugget of American heavy rock. Based on the bedrock of the guitars of Tatsuya Miyazaki and Tomotaka Yamamoto and the excellent vocals of Doug Denton, the band cranked out a fiery mix of hard rocking metal that fell somewhere between Virgin Steele (Denton’s vocals are highly reminiscent of David DeFeis) and the heavier moments of fellow San Franciscans Y&T. Dewy-eyed ballads (The Runaround) rubbed shoulders with feisty metallised rockers (Revenge), very much in the style of most Yankee hard rock of the time. That said, there really is a lot to like about this record. It’s aged well – the band were rumoured to have spent more money on it’s production than any other independent release at the time – with tracks like Fire Water sounding fresh as ever.

It does have fast parts, yes, but for the most part, this record – superbly and very loudly produced by Carl Canedy of The Rods – just gives traditional metal a bit of a rev-up… Motörhead, and, well, The Rods are the blueprints for success here, and with everything amped up to eleven the effect was -and is – exhilarating in the extreme. Again, it’s hard to see why Exciter didn’t become huge

Exciter is a Canadian speed metal band from OttawaOntario. They are widely considered to be one of the first speed metal bands and a seminal influence of the thrash metal genre. Exciter have sold nearly 300,000 units in the USA and a total sales close to 500,000 units worldwide. Despite many changes in personnel, the band has managed to keep a small but dedicated following for over 30 years.

 
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HELL COMES TO YOUR HOUSE compilation LP 1985 (Hard Rock, Metal) MFN 30, Red vinyl, no ps, SIGNED by Exciter

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KERRANG No. 42 May – June 1983. OK condition. Rush on cover, Wendy O Williams WoW, Iron Maiden, Hanoi Rocks, Heavy Pettin, Plasmatics, Bow Wow, Exciter, Saxon, Styx

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