THOR: Knock 'Em Down 12" with 3 Live tracks . Check video.
THOR: Knock 'Em Down 12" with 3 Live tracks . Check video.

THOR: Knock ‘Em Down 12″ with 3 Live tracks . + free erotic photos & porn clips of Thor’s singer & wife. Check videos

£13.66

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THOR-Knock Em Down
Roadrunner Records 1985

Side A:
1 Knock Em Down

Side B:
1 Lightning Strikes
2 Anger
3 Knock Em Down

B side recorded live. Three live tracks recorded by WLLZ radio at Harpo’s Concert Theatre, Detroit on May 24th 1985.


+ buy this 12″ and get hundreds of nude photos of Thor’s singer / wife / girlfriend and edited erotic films (just the clips she is on;  only her exact contributions to those films) for free.  Vocalist and once wife of Jon Mikl Thor, was known as a fabulous nude pinup and a great porn actress. Don’t miss the opportunity to own her work!  Message / email after you buy this 12″ and we will transfer the files (https://transfer.pcloud.com ) even before you receive this 12″ disc. You will only need to provide an email address.   

Boobs: Natural
Measurements: 38-24-36
Bra/cup size: G     

She co-wrote the following 11 great songs, that are easily Thor’s best. Is this a coincidence?
THOR – Unchained: Death March
THOR – Only The Strong: 2045, Start Raising Hell, Knock ‘Em Down, Now Comes The Storm, Thunder In The Tundra, Hot Flames, Ride Of The Chariots
Jon-Mikl THOR – Recruits Wild In The Streets: Warhammer, Ragnarok, Lady Of The Night
Vocals (she sung with THOR on)
1983 Unchained (EP): Vocals (backing)
1984 Let the Blood Run Red (Single): Vocals (backing)
1984 Thunder on the Tundra (Single): Vocals (backing)
1985 Only the Strong: Vocals (backing)
1985 Live in Detroit (Live album): Vocals (backing)
1986 Recruits – Wild in the Streets: Vocals (backing)
1998 Thunderstruck – Tales from the Equinox: Vocals (backing)
1998 Rare Footage – Live 1984 in England (Video): Vocals
2005 An-THOR-Logy 1976-1985 (Video): Vocals
2014 Live in England 1984 (Live album): Vocals



A panned, yet overlooked success

Serving as the band’s visionary, Jon Mikl Thor (pictured with the four Dobermans on the cover) embraced wholeheartedly campy theatrics with feats of strength and solid, arena ready dynamics. But Jon was far from a championship bodybuilder-turned-musician. In fact, he had honed his chops from playing bass and singing in a number of garage bands, and had always exhibited a passion for meaty, pulsating hard rock music. Jon was under the notion that in order to get anywhere, he must seek bigger pastures elsewhere–namely, the USA.