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RAW Magazine Poster

1992 RAW magazine poster featuring Rob Halford and Sebastian Bach (then of Skid Row). This photo was taken around the time that Rob guested live on stage in Phoenix with Skid Row when they covered the Judas Priest classic 'Delivering The Goods'. The track was recorded and released on the Skid Row single 'Youth Gone Wild/Delivering The Goods', and features on the album 'B-Sides Themselves'. Even though it is a great cover version, it's worth listening to just for Sebastian Bachs introduction of Rob Halford to the stage!


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James Jarvis vs Ozzy

this is the actual magazine cover...the un texted image will be at the next home of metal show.


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Black Sabbath poster

Cathy Myhill (pictured with her husband Pat) designed the poster for a Black Sabbath gig on 2nd March 1970 at Birmingham College of Art and Commerce (as it was then known), which they are holding. Pat booked the gig in his capacity as social secretary .
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Eternal Idol solitary UK gig poster,1987

Managed to get this off some railings outside the Hammy. Phoned on and off days before the gig to check it was still on. Never got an answer, so just went for it. Gutted when turning a corner to see 'BLACK SABBATH CANCELLED' ! Hey ho...


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1977 tour poster

Took me a while to get this off a window in Shirley High Street Southampton, and in the rain. Surprisingly in fair nick.


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First Napalm Death gig

This is the poster for the first Napalm Death gig, though it was before that infamous name has been settled on, here the band were called Evasion. The gig took place at the Queen Inn in Hillfields, Coventry.


Wall Of Sabbath

Note: Sabotage T-shirt made into de facto poster because it wouldn't fit around the old beergut. Paranoid inner sleeve is of the mini LP replica CD's series from Sanctuary/Castle, it was the first Black Sabbath album I ever bought back in 2002 when I was 17, it got so worn out over the years from playing it all the time that Hand Of Doom wouldn't play right anymore, hence it's on the Wall now. I began this collection back in 2008 with the Revolution In Their Minds poster and finished it up roughly around March this year with the two flags on the left.


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