8 thoughts on “ Whispers - Spitfire (13) - First Attack (Cassette, Album) ”
This marks the first time that many of these mono mixes are available in the US. March–April. March 9. U2 releases The Joshua Tree, an album that launches them into superstar status in the music world. The album would sell over 14 million copies worldwide in alone and would win the Grammy for "Album of the Year" (at the ceremony).
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of First Attack on Discogs. Label: Minos-EMI - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered • Country: Greece • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal/5(12).
Spitfire are one of the most important groups of the underground scene from the 80's in Greece. Their debut and only studio album First attack is considered a classic cult album by the Greek heavy metal audience and its compositions only confirm such characterizations. The band dives into NWOBHM sounds with influences from Saxon, Iron Maiden and Dio and has a Deep Purple feeling while it also .
Heart Attack is clearly Krokus attempt to modernize their sound to compete with Bon Jovi and Whitesnake. Blitz". For the burgeoning new hair metal fan, this will satisfy you, but not necessarily blow you away. I feel the first three songs are the strongest, but those are strong songs. Read more. 3 people found this helpful das Album ist 4/5(16).
Published by Spitfire Music. Bootlegged at least a few times, including a Spanish CD pressing. Footage of this line-up performing "live in the studio" was recorded for a Greek TV show, but has only partially been released. Recording information: Recorded and mixed at Sierra Studios, Athens, Greece. Identifiers: Rights Society: AEPI.
Oct 13, · Spitfire (GRC) - First Attack () Spitfire - First Attack Band Info: Status: Active Release Info: Type: Full Length Carrier: Vinyl, Cassette Recording Year: Release Year: Release Style: Heavy Metal, Power Metal Thanos Kremidas - Bass Costas Kiriakidis - Drums Tracklist: 01 - Street Fighter 02 - Lead Me On 03 - Whispers