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Old School Records To Release NWOBHM Compilations

Bart Gabriel Dragonight Agency and Old School Metal Show presents an Old School Records release: Total Metal Attack, A New Wave of British Heavy Metal Compilation - CD OSR-04-01.

Feat. Bronz, Pagan Altar, Ground Attack, Agony Bag, Soldier, Atomkraft, Ironheart, JJ'S Powerhouse, Blood Money, Black Rose, Distrainers, E.F.Band, Burner and Deep Switch!

One of the very best NWOBHM compilation ever, the glorious tradition started by "Metal For Muthas", "Heavy Metal Heroes" and "Brute Force" is brought back! Almost all tracks previously unreleased! Sleeve notes about each band, fat booklet with rare pictures! Fantastic cover artwork and layout design! This is not another boring CD compilation, with bands that you actually don't want to listen to. This is not another money taker, and this is not another release which will be covered by dust on your shelf... This is lesson of Heavy Metal history. Simply a must have for every serious Heavy Metal fan around the globe!

Retail price: $13 + postage.
Distributors & mailorders: ask for wholesale prices & possible trades.

Source: Metal Rules

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1. Big_Dan writes:

Hell yeah! finally some one brings back NWOBHM, it sucks rumaging through the budget bin at mom&pop music stores searching for metal bands that started Metal, but it's worth what you get.
The cool thing is, some of these bands I haven't heard of before like Blood money, E.F. Band and JJ'S Powerhouse. And if you don't believe me that it started Metal today look at who inspired Metallica.

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