Reggae tribute to Led Zeppelin
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In this recently added oral history clip 35 year old metal fan Matt Clardige describes how his musical education started when he noticed that he was always drawn to the heavier tracks on the ”Now That’s What I Call Music…” compilations that his family often acquired during the festive season
The original swirl colection
I’ve had the pleasure of meeting Ronnie, Tony and Geezer several times and collected their autographs on my original vinyl copy of Heaven and Hell. I never met Bill but a friend’s uncle is Paul Clark who was Sabbath’s road manager in the early 80s .
Harvey Smith describes a night out at Tavern In The Town, a rock pub in Wolverhampton.
The sound of seminal Scum lp founded what was called grindcore, Scum was followed by From Enslavement to Obliteration in 1988 and there were many versions of it: Gatefold lp, picture vinyl, splatter vinyl and 2 cd versions (28 track & 54 track incl. Scum .